Ip 465 Side Effects

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Oval Pill IP 465
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What happens when you take too many? ## Hello, Star67ui! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 600mgs of Ibuprofen. The FDA classifies this medication as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation and increased risk of bleeding. Taking too many may result in stomach damage, stomach ulceration, liver damage and/or liver failure, which may be fatal. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Verwon I too had asked about these 465's and you didn't reply. I took one of these on Sunday morning for a headache in the middle of the night with no food and limited water and since then my entire abdomen hurts. I have none of the serious warning... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Fri, May 29 '15, 1:17 PM
clonazepam/ip 465
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My best friend desided he wanted to be johnybad ass and took 3 ip465 and 2 clonazepam. What are the side effects of those two combine and will he be ok? ## Hello! How is your friend doing? Did he suffer any adverse effects? The tablet with the IP 465 marking is actually of more concern than the 2 Clonazepam, because it contains 600mgs of Ibuprofen and taking that much, at once, creates the risk of liver damage or liver failure, as well as stomach ulceration, since it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Two of the Clonazepam would most likely just result in him taking a nap, unless he's sensitive to them, in which case it could cause overdose that may result in dangerously lowered heart rate and blood pressure. It also carries the risk of being habit forming. Has he sought medical a... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clonazepam.
Wed, Nov 05 '14, 12:57 PM
White oval pill IP 465
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It is Ibuprofen 600 mg. I just got a prescription for it, My wisdom teeth were taken out. They are Pointless if you ask me, They don't help allot with the pain... but they do help with swelling i guess.. ## Well, what you have to understand is that Ibuprofen is just a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, it is not a narcotic, so while it helps with pain, its effects are limited. This is the same medication that is found in a lower dose, over the counter in Advil and Motrin. You can read more on this here: Have you tried speaking to your dentist to see if they can provide something that may be more helpful? ## Im sorry whos that Dr so i miss out on his services ...
Updated 7 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Sat, Dec 19 '09, 5:51 PM
white oval with the imprint IP465 is this a Motrin
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white oval pill with IP 465 imprint on one side the other side is no imprint ## Yes, this tablet contains 600mgs of Ibuprofen, a generic for Motrin. Common side effects may include; nausea, drowsiness and stomach irritation. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Motrin.
Sun, Jan 31 '10, 1:32 PM
do any white oval pill 123 or ip465 have a narcotics in it
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Does a white oval pill with ip465 or 123 has narcotics in it at all ? ## Hello, Tammie! How are you? No, neither of these tablets do. The one with the IP 465 marking is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 600mgs of Ibuprofen and the one with the 123 marking is manufactured by Marks's Pharma and they list it as containing 800mgs of Ibuprofen. The FDA classifies Ibuprofen as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation and increased risk of bleeding. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Thu, May 14 '15, 2:26 PM
white pill WITH ip566
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IS IT 600MG.? ## Did you mean IP 466? That is the closest marking I can find. If that's the tablet in question, it contains 800mgs of Ibuprofen, a tablet with that marking of IP 465 contains 600mgs of Ibuprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Sat, Feb 26 '11, 7:30 PM


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