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Seroquel ? Adams / 600 inscription
I have a pill that I have no idea what it is. Fat oblong pill, white on one side/yellow on the other. Adams/600 is the inscruption on the pill. Does anyone know that this is?? ## Patty, Call a pharmacist. They will help you from your description. Don't take something in which you haven't info re: name and indication. People care about you.. BE CAREFUL! ## thanks a lot. I have already thrown it down the tubes... I have found something better than seroquel for sleep problems..AMBIEN CR..with the controlled release it lets you go to sleep and stay asleep and you wake up felling refreshed.!! I take mine at dinner time so I can go to bed around 9pm... ## The tablet with Adams 600 as the inscription, colored yellow and white, is reportedly an over the counter medication called Mucinex... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Seroquel.
Sat, Mar 12 '11, 3:45 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 164262
unmarked pill
circular no imprints whatsoever white with a rounded top and bottom do not taste like mints ## I found these tiny small pills in my daughters room. they are white with no number or letter or mark of any kind. It looks like a briath mint the top and back are round but from the side it looks like a cylinder ## Probably 40 mg Lasix Water Loss Pills. Used in Bodybuilding and other competitions to drop about 4lbs in a few hours. ## If there are no markings, it is difficult to determine what they contain. They can be ruled out as being a U.S. manufactured prescription tablet, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification in case of emergency. However, there is a small chance that they are foreign medications and a very big chance they are just an over the counter... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lasix.
Tue, Mar 12 '13, 4:39 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 193093
Glucobetic in India
Is Glucobetic available in India? I'am a diabetic currently taking 20+18 insulin (mixtarad) units daily ## This is a supplement, not a medication, that is claimed to help with blood sugar problems. It contains: Gymnema Sylvestre Extract Vanadyl Sulfate Bitter Melon Extract Chromium GTF Bilberry Extract Fenugreek Extract Cinnamon Extract Jambolan Pterocarpus Marsupium Gulvel Zinc According to their website, the company does ship internationally, though they shipping fees are much higher and you are responsible for any customs duties. Since you are diabetic, it is also advisable to consult your doctor, before using over the counter products, as some can react with medications you may already be taking. Have you talked to your doctor, yet? ## My feed back is that glucobetic is quite ef... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Chromium.
Sun, Jun 03 '12, 3:28 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 209036
aprodine
is aprodine still being made or is going to be phased out. I am having increasingly more difficulty finding it. I use it to control my allergies. nothing else seems to work as effectively. ## Aprodine contains the active ingredients Pseudoephedrine and Tripolodine. I am not sure if this specific one is still being made, but it is available in other products, such as Actifed Cold&Allergy and Triafed. However, due to the fact that they contain Pseudoephedrine, they are kept behind the counter in the pharmacy, so you have to ask for them, then present identification and sign for the purchase. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you very much for the information. You answered my question, and I appreciate it very much! Happy New Year to you! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aprodine.
Sat, Dec 31 '11, 8:29 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 220013
pill white p d 444
please help me id a bottle of pills found in my daughter's room: it's filled with small, round, white pills which are scored on one side and the other side has P-D above the numbers 444 on the other. I have called several local pharmacies and searched online for these pills and none can identify any pills ever made with this description. Could these pills be made in a different country or produced by illegal means? Please help me id these unidentifiable pills. Thank you. ## Hello, Sharla! How are you? Did you try asking your daughter about them? I haven't been able to find a listing for anything matching this description, so far, however, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. I think it might be an over the counter product, of some type. Does ... ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Tue, Feb 25 '14, 4:12 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 260171
eryocin 500
what this medicine for? i am anxious about this medicine coz my husband took this medicine before we make love. i don't have any idea what this eryocin 500 for? ## Did you mean Erycin? If so, it contains the active ingredient Erythromycin, it is an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Did you ask him why he was taking it? ## no..not Erycin..it says eryocin 500 mg ## erocin 500 is just the counterfeit indian version of erythromicin. its the same stuff, i just took some and i already have the diarerra ...
Updated 3 years ago in Erythromycin.
Sun, Jun 19 '11, 3:06 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 208666
side effects
I was recently switched from the Teva generic to the Myla generic. Since the switch I have felt nauseated, anxious, and very uncomfortable (as if I was getting the flu). Can this be from switching to a different generic? ## I had the same response including severe dizziness and shakiness. My physican felt the formula could be slightly different and I was having withdrawl symptoms. Additionally, my mood was as if I wasn't taking any meds. Am having trouble finding a pharmacy that uses Teva. ## The real truth about generic medications is that, even though your doctor, pharmacist or TV commercials will tell you they are all exactly the same as their name brand counterparts, they are NOT!! Under federal law, generic prescription drugs can differ from the name brand by as much as PLUS OR... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Sertraline.
Mon, Apr 12 '10, 5:01 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 179636
Large Round White Pill Scored on top markings M 12
Hello, I am usually very good at knowing different pills but I have looked this pill up on every pill identifier, also all of my pharmacy tech books and cannot identify it. IT is a large round white pill that is scored only on the top, and has the marks M 12. Can anyone help me. I randomly found it in my cup holder in my car, and I have no idea how it got there. Any one know i would greatly appreciate your help. Its driving me nuts. ITs prolly some OTC stupid drug but I need to know what it is. Thanx ## I've been checking for this, off an on, in various resources, since I first say your post the other day, but I am not having any luck, either. If it is an over the counter product, it may be very difficult to identify, since they are not required to log their imprints, like prescript... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Apr 14 '11, 6:27 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 216287
what is oblong blue caplet 44 548
What is this ## its a cold pill, I have it in a blister pack. it has guaifensin 200mg & phenylephrine hcl 5mg for cough and runny nose. 2 pills for a dose ## Just to update, I am not sure if the contents of this tablet were different when this post was made in 2009, sometimes the formulation and ingredients are changed. Thus, I am just going to put in the information as currently listed in March of 2013 and the listings as of this date show this tablet as solely containing 400mgs of Guaifenesin, which is an expectorant that's used to treat cold symptoms. Learn more Guaifenesin details here. There are no strict regulations regarding how often they can change the formulations and/or imprints of over the counter pills, so if at some future point someone is looking for this informat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Phenylephrine.
Thu, Mar 07 '13, 7:40 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 191543
Does anyone have experience taking more than 180 mg. Allegra daily?
I am wondering if anyone has taken more than 180 mg. of Allegra daily and lived to tell about it! Just kidding about that last part. I have a particularly bad case of post nasal drip and I DO get some relief from the 180. However, I am considering trying half a tab (90 mg.) at night to get more relief. I KNOW what the recommendation is...I am just wondering. Has anyone tried it? ## Actually, if you're currently taking that much and still have post-nasal drip, then it's most likely time to try something else, rather than more of the Allegra. What other allergy medications have you tried? There are others on the market, some are available over the counter and some by prescription. Have you talked to your doctor about it? What are you allergic to? ## When it comes to prescription m... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Allegra.
Fri, Apr 25 '14, 8:36 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 244824
dime size white on top an blue on bottom pill with 500 imprinted.
Have been sick for awhile an my bf gave it to me. He said it was musinex but got it from a prescribed bottle. (He has cancer) feeling extremely tired, eating like I haven't for weeks, My lower back hurts like I have someone pounding in it. Any help would be much appreciated. ## Hello, Christine! How are you? Sorry that you've been sick. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find a listing for anything that matches this description, which does lead me to believe that it's most likely an over the counter product of some type. However, without being certain what it is, the best thing to do would be to just dispose of it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Cancer.
Sat, Dec 28 '13, 1:49 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 254846
drixoral
Just ordered Drixoral from Canada Pharmacy. It is made by Schering...hello?????? Is there a question here??? Can't tell me they had that much in stock. It has been months! There is something going on with this drug and it is pulled for other reasons from American Pharmacies. We, as consumers, should be privy to that information. Don't ya think? ## I have repeatedly posted on here WHY it has been withdrawn by most companies from the US market. It is because it contains Pseudoephedrine, which is used as an ingredient in Meth. Since the FDA limited the amounts you can purchase at once and pharmacies moved it behind the counter to better regulate the sale, the manufacturers have been losing a lot of business, as most people will just grab something else off the store shelves. It is ... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Drixoral Cold & Allergy.
Sun, Sep 07 '08, 2:32 AM   7  Subscribe to thread 182954
xanax white bar r039 fake or real
I just want to say I get Xanax all the time and I just recently came across these white R039 2mg, a lot of people On the web are giving alot of different answers and to clear s*** up they are not fake. They taste real, look a lil odd looking, and the print they used isn't spot on.. but they work great for my axienty and they are strong I could promise you that. They are real no doubt. ## Hi Jay, Based on my research the real Alprazolam bars marked "R039" are supposed to be yellow and not white. However, this is not to say that the white ones don't work. A lot of reviews I've seen have identified them as counterfeit meds from Pakistan, but they DO reportedly contain legitimate Alprazolam, despite their fake reputation. It's a good knock-off in my honest opinion, s... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Xanax.
Tue, Apr 08 '14, 4:14 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 256878
Nitrofurmacr 100mg
i went to my docter and he give me nitrofur-macr 100mg i got and i still have bad gas and diarria,i thought i still had my infection,so o went to see a different docter and he give me a scripe of laxative i,ve been taking sometime,he never told me that it was the side effects of the drug,i did,nt know until i looked up the drug.don,t take this drug. ## I'm sorry, but I am somewhat confused by your post. Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of infections and it can cause diarrhea as a side effect. And, if you are suffering from diarrhea, it makes no sense for another doctor to give you a laxative. In addition, all medications carry the risk of side effects, even over the counter products. What is the specific problem you've been experiencing? Can yo... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Nitrofurantoin.
Tue, Aug 27 '13, 8:24 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 223612
Switch from Lotrel to Losartan
I have been on Lotrel (10/20) for several years and have experienced several side effects - mostly mild but in combination - I finally decided it was time to re- evaluate and consider other options. The side effects were numbness and tingling in the feet, dry mouth and jittery for 6 hours post dosing, bad taste and significant change in taste, nocturia, occasional dizziness and weight gain... The doctor prescribed Losartan 100mg. As this is he same class as one of my drugs on Lotrel, it seems counter-intuitive to put me on this drug. When I posed the question the doc said well you will have to deal wi other side effects with other antihypertensives. I also asked if my high BP was level 1 why was she not putting me on the 50mg dose - to mitigate side effects - and she said because my Lot... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Losartan.
Mon, Aug 12 '13, 7:49 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 250600
apotex vs pliva trazodone
My pharmacy just switched manufacturers of my prescription trazodone 50mg. It used to be made by apotex now it is pliva and I am finding that the new pills are having little to no effect and I am starting to suffer discontinuation syndrome. I talked to my pharmacist and doctor and neither one could tell me what was causing this. I was just wondering if there is anyone out there who could shed some light on the subject. ## Yes, I can. Under Federal Law, by way of the Hatch Watchman Act of 1984, generics are allowed to differ from their name brand counterparts by as much as plus or minus 20% in the active ingredient. Many people are not aware of this, including doctors, but the FDA considers this to be a very minor difference that does not affect the therapeutic dosing of medications. So,... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Trazodone.
Thu, Jun 26 '14, 10:38 AM   56  Subscribe to thread 202298
methadone 10mg pill with 54 172 on one side ca you find something equal that looks like like this
i want to take the real methadone out of the bottlesd trade it for somthing that looks like the real thing ## tan capsule with the word meta on the side clear capsule with tan granules in side any ideas what this is ## Since Methadone is a prescription drug and a controlled substance, all markings on the tablets are logged with the FDA and cannot be used on some other drug. That means, it will be easy for someone to tell if you switch them. Not to mention the fact that it is very dangerous, you could send someone into withdrawals and/or cause an allergic reaction if you use another medication that they react badly to. Concerned Parent: The capsule marked Meta are Metamucil, a fiber laxative and available over the counter. Are there any other questions? ## Don't you dare do this. I... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Methadone.
Tue, Sep 10 '13, 4:58 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 208565
generic generic norco ip110
white small oblong ip110 norco. why it doesn't work as good as watson? ## This tablet contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 10mgs of Hydrocodone, a generic for Norco. This tablet is made by Interpharm. As to why it may not work as well as the ones made by Watson, well, it is a generic version of the drug. I know when you are given a generic or read the information pamphlets about them, you are told that they are exactly the same as their name brand counterparts, however, this is done to try to prevent people from being afraid to take needed medications. The truth however, is quite different. Under federal law, generics are allowed to differ in the active ingredient from their name brand counterparst by as much as PLUS OR MINUS 20%. The FDA considers this an allowable differential tha... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norco.
Wed, Mar 12 '14, 3:15 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 183722
Use and side effects of Fibator Tablets
I am 38 years old. My triglycerides 664, HDL-29 and LDL-133. My doctor advised me to take Fibator tablet containing atorvastatin 10 mg and fenofibrate BP 145 mg. for 3 months course. Four months back my triglycerides was 321, HDL-31 and LDL-133 then my doctor I had used these tablets for 3 months as per the advise of same doctor but the triglecerides levels are increased from 321 to 664. Again he advised to use these tablets for 3 more months. Kindly advise whether these tables to be used continuously to decrese triglycerides and increase HDL and also advise me whether the regular medication may cause any side effects. ThankQ ## All medications carry the risk of side effects, even over the counter products. For this medication, they may include nausea, dizziness, headache and joint/musc... ...
Updated 26 days ago in Atorvastatin.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 6:12 AM   17  Subscribe to thread 221215
walgreens shorted me my medication pills
For quite some time now, I have counted my Pills from Walgreens and the Count Was Short a few times already. Now I'm short on Neurontin Pills I didn't Count; And I'm Short Of My Pills For A Few Days!!!! Which means I have to do without my Medication for a Few Days and To SUFFER because they MISCOUNTED MY PILLS NO TELLING HOW MANY TIMES!!!! I've thought other Prescriptions were SHORT COUNTED in the Past...BUT NOW I HAVE TO DO WITHOUT SOME OF MY MEDICINE FOR SEVERAL DAYS!!! WHAT CAN I DO TO PROTECT MYSELF FROM WALGREENS PHARMACY?!!!! ## You will need to start counting them there at the counter, unfortunately. I don't use Walgreens anymore. ## Hello, Rhett! How are you? If it's just Neurontin, you should be able to get it refilled a few days before it's due. It ... ...
Updated 26 days ago in Neurontin.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 8:01 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 267845

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