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Whole Pill Is Blue Capsule 60 Mg Ap
a capsule turquoise blue one end of capsule has the markings AP. Other end 60 ## I may have located a match to your pill; however my finding is not listed as being turquoise, but rather a darker shade of blue. To confirm this, I would ask if you can run a google images search for "blue capsule TAP 60". If this is your pill, you probably noticed that the marking "AP" is actually "TAP", sort of fused together in the logo. This capsule contains 60mgs of Dexlansoprazole Delayed Release; which is used to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The pill itself is manufactured by Tap Pharmaceuticals. Does this appear to be the pill you are describing? Please post back if you have any additional questions or comments regarding this. ## That is it I said turquoise b... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Shade.
Mon, Apr 16 '12, 1:44 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 229520
identify capsule blue and yellow capsule
Lilly3239 ## This is a 60mg Strattera capsule, used to treat ADHD. Common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, insomnia and decreased appetite. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Strattera.
Sat, Mar 13 '10, 7:56 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 202133
What is the drug dexilant used for and what are the side affects?
The medication is a blue delayed release capsule. It has markings on it that appear to be an AP intertwined. It has the number 60 a little beneath the AP. ## I have barrette eshogus, and also acid reflux, have been on nexium since it hit the market. Two months ago Dr . Switched me to 60 mg dexilant , worked great for reflux, then I could not stop diarhea lasted 11 days! Called dr. Said it was side effect , put me back to nexium 40 mg twice daily! Anyone have any other rx's that really work! ## my eleven year old daughter has been on dexilant for a year now.medicaid stopped covering it so they put her on nexium and amitiza .really nervous with what i am reading with side effects .amitiza keeps stating for women 18 years and over nexium states diarrea and sleepiness .should i insist o... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Dexilant.
Thu, Apr 11 '13, 3:13 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 211601
pictures of all pain releivers
greenish blue oblong pill with r636on it ## send the pics to me ## what is a bluish oblong R636 on it is?and could send pic? ## i have a pill r636 bluish green need to know what this is ## Well, first off, I could not possibly post pictures of all the pain relievers that are on the market in the US. There are no proprietary guidelines that say everything with the same ingredients must all look the same, the appearance of a pill or capsule is entirely up to the manufacturer and what they wish it to look like. That said, there are literally thousands on the market that all look different, so we could not even begin to fit a portion of them on here. ## R 636 Now as to what this medication is, it is Gabapentin 600mgs, a generic for Neurontin. I would like to stress that this is NOT a narcot... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Gabapentin.
Sun, Jul 26 '09, 1:35 AM   6  Subscribe to thread 162500
adderal XR 10mg
its a light blue capsle and it has adderalXR 10mg on it i am woundering everything that anybody knows about it-i also need to know if it shows up in drug tests ## Oral dosage (Adderall® XR extended-release capsules only): Adults, adolescents, and children >= 6 years: Patients taking divided doses of Adderall® immediate-release tablets, for example twice daily, may switch to Adderall® XR once daily at the same total daily dose. Titrate at weekly intervals to the minimum effective dose. The maximum recommended dose of Adderall® XR is 30 mg/day; higher doses have not been studied.[8360] Children 60 mg/day PO are not recommended. If bothersome adverse reactions appear (e.g., insomnia or anorexia), dosage should be reduced.[8359] Children < 6 years: Safety and ef... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Adderall.
Sat, Apr 15 '06, 2:18 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 170563


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