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addiction of Spasmo Proxyvon and treatments

I need treatment for managing an addiction of Spasmo Proxyvon ## Spasmo Proxyvon contains Acetaminophen, Dicyclomine and Propoxyphene. Propoxyphene has been pulled from the market in many countries, due to the adverse effects it has on the heart. An addiction can be a serious problem, since the Propoxyphene is a narcotic. How much have you been taking? Also, what country are you in? This may help me discover what treatment options are available for you. ## i am a 30 years old boy ihave taking spasmo proxyvon 15 tabs per day sins10 years please any bady help me how to stop the pills quickly as possible as because my condition is too bad ## im a twenty5 years old student n i"hv been using spasmov proxyvon(sp) for 6 years n i hv tried alot bt ijst cant do it its instead of me eating sp...

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Edrisol or edrisal

Used to take for cramps. What was it? ## Is this still on the market? I used to take it for cramps ## Hello, Mel and Sandy! How are you both? Edrisal contained the active ingredient Phenacetin, however, it was banned by the FDA in 1983 due to the increased risk it caused of kidney failure and certain types of cancer. It is actually metabolized into Acetaminophen(Tylenol) so that is what it was replaced with in over the counter medications. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I wish they would research this some more and make any necessary changes. It really worked great for cramps. I don't know about you but it gave me a very euphoric feeling and feeling of well-being, but I never took more than absolutely needed. ## I took it also, back in the 60’s. It made me VERY ALE...

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Oblong white pill TCL 350

I'm trying to figure out what this pill is. The color is actually white and speckled baby blue. It is oblong and has the imprint "TCL 350" on it. I've searched everywhere and I cant find the answer. ## The oblong pill with TCL -350 is a over the counter,Night time sleep aid. Called Jet-Asleep. Recommended. For children over age of 12 and adults. ## It seems to be a nighttime allergy pill. I found one behind my nightstand, and did the same search. (NDC 41250-266 among others). ## it's a "Jet Asleep" sleeping pill, made by the company that makes "Jet Awake" caffeine pills. It's the equivalent of a Unisom or a Tylenol PM without the Tylenol. ## Hello Everyone. The pill that you are asking about is called Jet Asleep and I buy it at the Dollar General ...

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Yellow oval shaped pill with OM on one side and 650 on other side

Small oval yellow pill. Number 650 on one side. Letters OM on the other side. ## This is Ultracet (containing Acetaminophen 325 mg and Tramadol 37.5 mg), which is used for treating moderate to severe pain. (NDC 21695-143) Inactive Ingredients: - Powdered Cellulose - Corn Starch - Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato - Magnesium Stearate - Hypromelloses - Polyethylene Glycol - Polysorbate 80 - Titanium Dioxide - Ferric Oxide Red - Carnauba Wax Ref: DailyMed

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Difference between yellow hydrocodone acetaminophen with 1096 vs white pill same strength but u03. Both say sub for norco.

Just want to know difference between both pills, beside Manufacturers. I was taking Hydocodone-Acetaminophen 10-325 yellow pill #1096 on one side a V on other side. I was then switched to a white oval pill with the same strength, but has U03 on one side. both say substituted for Norco. ## Hello, Chula! How are you? That is the only difference. When a medication is available for generic production, it is usually manufactured by several different companies, because this creates market competition to help keep prices down. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Even though both are ge...

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dark green pill no markings

It's a triangular dark green pill with absolutely no markings; 3 sided. I found them in a script bottle in the parking lot at work. Please help. ## I was trying to Google the same thing. Fiance bought equate acetaminophen and seal was broken already. Only 1 of these in the jar. ## I came across reports of dark green triangular pills being sold as "xtc", whilst actually containing Dextromethorphan (DXM), which is a cough suppressant with sedative-like properties. Apparently, these unmarked green triangle pills have been found throughout the US and UK - however, my take is that the only way to know for certain what this contains would be to have its contents analyzed by a lab. Have either of you found any additional information on these since the timing of your post? ## Trying...

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Kirkland extra strength muscle joint pain

Just bought Kirkland acetaminophen & methocarbamol combo bottle. However it now has a 094 on one side of the pill. It never had any imprint before. Is this a change or a mistake? ## Gary, I haven't been able to verify the 094 imprint on the tablet. Is this an over the counter product from the US? I didn't know that Costco has a tablet with methocarbamol in it, their website doesn't list it. ## Yes OTC in Canada Costco. I sent an email to the company to inquire - should hear back on Monday - will let you know what they say. ## Ah ok, that explains it. I'd be interested to know what you hear back. They really need to loosen up out here in the US. I'm sure those tablets work great. Thanks! ## My doctor prescribed me Methocarbamol for my Rheumatoid Arthritis. It did ...

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Winadeine F

What are the side effects of this drug? ## Common side effects while taking Winadeine (active ingredients 500 mg of Acetaminophen 30 mg of Codeine) can include: constipation, skin rashes, dizziness, sedation, shortness of breath, hypersensitivity reaction, fainting, nausea and/or vomiting, confusion, loss of short-term memory, drowsiness, changes in blood, allergic reactions, euphoria, dysphoria, abdominal pain, pruritus (itching), easy bruising, bleeding gums, and addiction. ## My husband is dependent on this medicine. Please tell me the consequences.

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Round White Pill Gc 101

Found these pills outside on the sidewalk. What are they? ## These are Acetaminophen (generic Tylenol) 325mg. Manufacturer is not listed on the label. The distributor is Geri-Care Pharmaceuticals Corp,1650 - 63rd St., Brooklyn NY 11204. (GC=GeriCare) NDC is 57896-102. Inactive Ingredients: - Povidone - Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato - Starch, Corn -Stearic Acid - Crospovidone - Methylparaben - Propylparaben Source: DailyMed ## I've tried looking for these for a few days now, since first seeing your post, but I am just not finding them listed anywhere. My biggest suspicion is that they are something that's available over the counter, which would explain their not being listed in any of the prescription drug databases that I checked. Does anyone else recognize these?

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Oblong blue pill tcl 350

Actually I believe they are JetAsleep brand sleeping pills with acetaminophen (350mg) and diphenhydramine(50mg). They are made by the same company as JetAwake, so the previous commenter was understandably mistaken by thinking that these also contain caffeine. ## Based on the inscription of TCL 350 and the color blue, it appears to be an over the counter allergy tablet containing Diphenhydramine 50 mg (NDC 42507-066 among others). Inactive ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Croscarmellose Sodium - Calcium Phosphate, Dibasic, Dihydrate - FD&C Blue No. 1 - Hypromelloses - Magnesium Stearate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Mineral Oil - Stearic Acid - Aluminum Oxide ## While I haven't been able to verify any alleged findings in my investigation, I do have a hunch that the manufacturer...

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35/92 V Small White Pill

This is a pain pill ## The pill in description is Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone bitartrate (500 mg - 5 mg). Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## What.is the best pain med for neuropathy.? Pain and numbness in lower legs & fret. Thx much!

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L403 325mg white tablet

Identify a white tablet with imprint L403 325MG ## It's an over the counter pain reliever which contains Acetaminophen 325 mg (NDC 49348-009 among others). Inactive ingredients: - Croscarmellose Sodium - Povidone - Stearic Acid ## I have a pain pill, round, white L403 on one side and 325MG with cross lines on the other ## Pills marked with an L are over the counter products manufactured by LNK International, they only make OTC products that are sold by various stores as their store brands or generics. This one is Acetaminophen 325mgs, so a generic for Tylenol. ## What is this tablet, and what is it for?

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Red Capsule TH white stripe

Trying to ID a red capsule with white stripe on the middle with TH on the side in white letters ## Would like identity of red capsule with white stripe in the middle with white TH letters. ## Linda, The red capsule with the white stripe around the middle and a TH on it is an Excedrin! ## My friend just gave me one of these today and told me it was Excederin, but I had never seen one before so I had to check it out...Thanks for the post! ## Red Capsule with a white strip in the middle with the numbers 1 and 2 on either side of the line. ## @Linda, Just to confirm, I located the pill in description to be Excedrin tension headache. It contains Acetaminophen (500 mg) + Caffeine (65 mg) and is used to treat migraines, period pain, sinusitis, osteoarthritis, headache (and more). Learn More: A...

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rp 10 325

Was getting these in A larger yellow tablet and was suprised to open my bottle this month and find this smaller different looking white pill. Now I wonder if it is as good as the yellow I have been taking ?? Or have I been switched to a less effective generic by my pharmacist bcuz he samed money on a batch of something that is not going to work as well for me ## Hello, Larry! How are you? These tablets are listed as containing 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 10mgs of Oxycodone, the active ingredients in Percocet or Roxicet. Which generic your pharmacy carries may change, at any given time, depending on which manufacturer was offering the cheapest price, at the time they needed to restock their supply. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause si...

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AZ328 oblong white

I need information about this pill ## The tablet being described is an over the counter pain reliever which contains Acetaminophen 500 mg (NDC 51824-049, among others). Inactive Ingredients: - Corn Starch - Propylene Glycol - Stearic Acid - Povidone - Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato Ref: DailyMed ## Hi macy, It looks like this pill has already been identified in a separate thread; which you can view by following the link below: /Discuss/White-Pill-az328-227764.htm If you have any additional questions or concerns about this tablet, please post back so I can be of further assistance to you. ## Az328? What is this pill?

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I need someone to help me out please!

I've got a white, round pill with the imprint FR32 No one seems to know what it is, I lost the bottle that it came in so I have no idea what it's called and I've search the internet and can't find it. Can someone please help me find out what pill this is? ## Is the marking possibly FR 33? There is a tablet with that marking that is manufactured by Unifirst First Aid Corporation, which they list as containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic, or store brand of Tylenol. NDC: 47682-0157 Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, and headache.

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A pill with a backwards imprint?

I've found 2 pills in my drawer and I have no idea what they are. They are white, oblong, solid and the imprint is very odd. It's a backwards COL and then 119. If you put it up to a mirror then you can read it. I've been searching online for awhile now and can't figure out what it is. ## The imprint is actually meant to be cor 116 and the tablets contain 650mgs of Acetaminophen, in a time released formulation. This is the generic, or store brand of Tylenol Arthritis Pain. NDC: 63868-0089 Inactive ingredients may include: Croscarmellose Sodium Hypromelloses Magnesium Stearate Cellulose, Microcrystalline Povidone Starch, Pregelatinized Corn Propylene Glycol Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Stearic Acid Titanium Dioxide Is there anything else I can help with?

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Small Round Orange Pill With AC On One Side And C on The Other. what is it?

I have found 2 small round orange pills with AC imprinted on one side and C on the other please can you tell me what they are please? ## Hi Steph, Based on my research, the pill in description is a combination of Acetaminophen, Caffeine, and Codeine. ASA (Acetaminophen) + caffeine + codeine is used for the relief of mild-to-moderate pain, fever, and inflammation. It may be used to treat conditions such as headaches, pain due to cold symptoms, toothache, pain of menstrual cramps, arthritis pain, and the pain caused by muscle strains and sprains. Some side effects include but are not limited to: abdominal pain (mild), constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, drowsiness, frequent urge to urinate, headache, heartburn, lightheadedness, nausea, trouble sleeping, and vomiting. I hope this info helps...

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Neural Forte Sluter Domull

I have degenerative arthritis and diabetes type 2. This medicine is recommended for inflammation and neuropathy. Does one need a prescription? Do they sell this med in the USA? ## Hi Maria, From what I could gather, "neural forte sluter domull" appears to be a product of Mexico. And just for clarification, my understanding is that "Neural forte" is the medication name and "Fluter Domull" is the manufacturer. In my findings this particular brand does not appear to be available in the US. However, the majority of its ingredients are readily available over the counter: Vitamin B1 (50 mg) Vitamin B6 (100 mg) Vitamin B12 (1000 mg) Acetaminophen (500 mg) The other listed component in Neural goes by the following chemical name at a dosage of 1mg (which may or may not re...

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n358 on one side and 10 the other

Want to make sure pharmacy gave me the correct medication. I had taken some pain medication that has M367 but today the pharmacy gave me a pill with the letter "n" on the left side and "358" on the right side of the score line. On the other side it has number "10". Just want to make sure I got the correct medication for pain. Not more or less of what my Dr has been giving me. I take a 10mg dose. I am supposed to take 10mg of hydrocodone and 325mg of acetaminophen. Want to make sure that is what I got today. ## I had to double check also. They are hydro 10s. No worries. ## RE: n358 hydrocodone Why do people always say "I found this pill"?... B.S. why can't they just say I got this pill, trying to make sure it's what I think it is or bought or whate...

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