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Small Orange Round Pill Scored On One Side "coffee cup with spoon in it on other side

It is a small light orange/peach round pill with a score on one side and a coffee cup looking imprint with what looks like a spoon or something in it. ## As far as I'm aware, this logo is used on over the counter products. The company uses it on all of the ones they manufacture, so I don't know which specific one this is, but many of them seem to be supplements, rather than medications. The logo you're looking at is actually meant to be a mortar and pestle, the mortar is a bowl used to hold substances intended to be crushed and the pestle is used to crush them and mix them. Does anyone recognize this pill and know what it is? ## I have the same on my pills Azathioprine 50mg made by Co Pharma

Azathioprine safety

Hello. I take this medication for colitis as told by my doctor it's safe. Now after reading the notes about this on here i am scared. I've being taking this for 3 weeks now (2 per day) - Am i safe? ## I was suspected to have some auto-immune disease like - Scleroderma, MCTD, Dermatomysositis or Eosonophilic faciitis. All immunological tests parameters had turned out negative including RA factor done repeatedly in advance method in last one half years. ANA/ANF is -ve done several times in different labs. Doctors treated me with Pulse Mythyle Prednisolone IV 1 g each for 5 days and I was admitted in a specialized hospitals for 22 days. I had suffered from whole body itching, pain, mouth ulcer, swallowing difficulty, movement difficulty, swelling of face & limbs, pain in abdome...

Azathioprine & the sun?

Does anyone else notice adverse affects from the sun when taking Azathioprine? I've been taking it for a few months now & when I'm out in the sun I get little itchy bumps. I just started going tanning again for the first time since I began using the drug & each time I've broken out into this terrible red, itchy rash. I've been going tanning for 20 years with no ill affects - and the only thing that has changed is the addition of the Azathioprine... ## Well first off, let me state that tanning is a very dangerous activity, it can lead to premature skin aging and skin cancer. Secondly, most prescription drugs do not mix with the suns rays and heat, most of them carry warnings to avoid or limit sun exposure as much as possible while taking them. This drug is no exce...

Azoran 50mg Drug Information

I am an ulcerative colitis patient suffering for 12 years now. I am now taking masacol od & masacol 800 tab & azoran 50mg. Is there any side effect? ## My wife is SLE patient for 20 years she has been taking wysolone. Recently she has been adviced to take Azoran 50 mg, how does this effect or have any side effects. ## My father aged 70 years underwent angioplasty in the left artery in the year 2000 and operated for intestine ulcer in the year 2005. He is now under medication for his heart problem and he is doing well with that. 6 months back, when he attempted doing some house hold work with his left hand, he started suffering pain in the left arm. Slowly, the pain aggravated and started shoulder pain. We consulted orthopaedic doctor and he suggested physiotherapy. He continued ...

Generic Azathioprine

Why is the genetic for Imuran considered a specialty drug by Express Scripts? My husband took this med for years without being a specialty drug. Do you know why or is this just a ploy by Express Scripts to allow them to charge the patient more? ## It really depends upon them and their criteria for various medications and their coverage. Most insurance plans usually set up a certain formulary with various tiers, the lowest prices are usually for generics that have been available for a long time, and maintenance medications, then it goes up from there, depending on the availability of the medication, as well other criteria. Thus, it isn't likely to change much, even if you used a regular pharmacy, such as Walgreen's. The pharmacy, whether mail order, or physical, actually are not ...

azathioprine side effects do they last ?

hi I've been on azathioprine now for nearly 3 weeks now 50mg to help with severe eczema. all has been well and my eczema even been felt like it was beginning to subside. result! However 2 days ago I started to get lower back pain and my knee joints really hurt. This has subsided over each night but I take the pill again in the morning and a few hours later Its back. Has anyone experienced this do I plod on or stop I'm off to have my weekly bloods done on Tuesday but just wondered if any else had had this side effect, thanks for listening ## Hello, Ian! How are you? That can be a side effect of this medication, as reported by the FDA, and it may take 4 to 5 weeks for it to improve and eventually go away entirely. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, decreas...

zc 56

A real small pill with zc on top and 56 on the bottom, white with a line in the center. ## Hello, Hank! How are you? Is this tablet possibly a pale yellow? If so, it contains 50mgs of Azathioprine, which is an immune suppressant that's used to treat autoimmune diseases and after organ transplantation. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, fatigue and skin rashes.

GG 110

The pill is roughly 10 mm in diameter. It is pale yellow in color. It is circular in shape apart from the top, which is hexagonal. It is scored, above is stamped "GG" and below the score line is stamped "110" ## Hello, Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find a pill with the same imprint that you are describing. I was kind of confused by how you described the shape of your pill, is it round or hexagonal? I've found plenty of round pills with a GG imprint above another set of numbers, but none with GG 110. Are you absolutely sure that is the correct imprint? The closest match I ended up finding (in regards to the color and imprint) is an oblong pale yellow pill with GG on the left side, then a score, and the number 210 on the right..that pill is identified as Az...

pill AZ

PILL that is yellow round A seperation line Z? ## This tablet contains 50mg of Azathioprine, which is used to prevent organ rejection following organ transplantation and to treat a vast array of autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, pemphigus, inflammatory bowel disease (such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative Colitis), multiple sclerosis, autoimmune hepatitis, atopic dermatitis, Myasthenia Gravis, Neuromyelitis Optica, restrictive lung disease, and others. 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.

white pill with GG 210

oblong with above imprint ## This tablet contains 50mgs of Azathioprine, a generic for Imuran, this is used for immune suppression. This is commonly used by people who have had organ transplants. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Thank you - I thought that might be what it was, but my current generic Imuran that I take for rheumatoid looks nothing like that.

colitis & Azathioprene

My wife hast been suffering with Colitis and Hiatal hernia for some time The bleedind associated with it is troubling. ## I am assuming, with those conditions, that she is under regular doctor's care, and if so, they are monitoring the situation, and if it reaches a problem point, they will know how to treat it and what to do. So I would guess that as long as she keeps her doc visits, you can relax and while you will always worry, just keep supporting her and make sure she keeps her docs appointments, and worry a little less.


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