Abrs 123 (Thread 172814)

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large oval chalky pill with letters ABRS 123,scored



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nenene123 Says:

I just posted this on another page here, but again...it is potasium chloride 20mgeq. It is used to level out one's potasium level and to keep the body at the right salt levels. Be careful of extreme thirst, dry mouth, sweating.

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BB 21 Says:

Thank You! I didn't see it the other day. These pills were mixed in with one of my presciptions, I'm glad I didn't take it by accident.ABRS pill

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nenene123 Says:

Do you have a history of kidney stones? Potassium is used a lot for this.

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BB 21 Says:

No, it was mixed in with my prescription with my pain medicine.

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BB 21 Says:

on the ABRS 123 pill I noticed I put oval -it is oblong(very big pill) does it matter?

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nenene123 Says:

No, it does not make a difference. I knew exactly what you were talking about, and...they are big, hard to swallow!

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Jennifer Says:

My neighbor gave me a water pill and these ABRS123 pills to take with it, except she mixed them up and I have been taking the ABR without the water pill, thinking that it was weird that I was taking a water pill have only pee'd once the whole entire day and still have lots of swelling in my hands and feet.


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Jo Says:
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I was put on the potassium chloride AbRS-123 pills and a water pill I noticed you said they were chalky well I'm skeptical about an ex boyfriend and he told me to take my pills but only handed me the abrs-123 said he couldn't find the others well they was right in the same container so I was being cautious and they look just like a abrs-123 but there not chalky and when I scraped it with my nail it looked like a crystal type substance don't they have a chalky powder

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