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a 115 light green pill

round light green with a 115 on one side and an x through the other ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Bellamine S; which is a combination of Belladonna Alkaloids (0.2 mg) + Ergotamine (0.6 mg) + Phenobarbital (40 mg). It is used to treat menopausal disorders, postmenopausal symptoms, perimenopausal symptoms, and hot flashes. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ## Is Bellamine S still on the market? I have an old bottle from 02. Still works good for migraine.

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availability of Bellamine-S

Are Bellamine-S and similar drugs still available? My pharmacy can't find them, so if you know how and where you can get them, please let me know. Thank you. ## My pharmacist told me that the drug manufacturer which makes Bellamine is no longer making it. My doctor is searching for an alternative by another brand name. If I have to, I will try Canadian pharmacies on line. This drug has allowed me to get uninterrupted sleep for the first time since going off hormones (mandatory due to blood clots). It has kept the sleep deprivation away and gotten my sleep-wake cycle back to normal. Bellamine is the only drug that has worked for me and is helping me get through menopause. ## Hi there Linda. I was looking for information about the discontinuance of Bellamine S and saw your question. E...

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Belladonna Alkaloids/Bellamine-s

Hello, trying to fill my script for Belladonna Alkaloids/Bellamine-S. My former physician gave to me for hot flashes and sweating which provided much needed relief. Literally, I was able to return to my normal daily functioning. This is key as I am a twenty four hour caregiver to my autistic daughter. My new provider does not believe in this, and won't prescribe for me. Nothing has changed in my drug regimen, as was with former provider. Any advice or resources you may be able to provide is most appreciated!

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A 115-Bellamine s

Bellamine s green pill A 115 ## Based on the description provided, I can confirm your pill to be Bellamine S; which is a combination of Belladonna Alkaloids (0.2 mg) + Ergotamine (0.6 mg) + Phenobarbital (40 mg). It is used to treat menopausal disorders, postmenopausal symptoms, perimenopausal symptoms, and hot flashes. You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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Sertra - DS

Small green with A115 on it. What is it? ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Bellamine S; which is a combination of Belladonna Alkaloids (0.2 mg) + Ergotamine (0.6 mg) + Phenobarbital (40 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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bellespas

round, green with a-115 on it given instead of hormones? ## What is Bellespas ## Pill Image This is Bellamine S, it contains Belladonna Alkaloids, Ergotamine, and Phenobarbital. This is primarily prescriped to treat migraines or cluster headaches, as well as some of the symptoms associated with menopause, such as hot flashes and dizzy spells. ## Walgreens will no longer sell this drug, and hinted at a problem with it's use. Can you tell me what those problems may be?

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bellamines tab amide

round green pill ## We really need to know what the imprint is on the tablet before attempting to identify it. ## Bellamine S Info Click Here ## I'm not comfortable saying it is Bellamine because many times the post headline has been very very wrong. ## Well, LIke I said though, this forum isn't just to ask for IDS, it is also for people who already know what a med is, and just want more info on it, like side effects and such. So when someone makes a post like this, my job here is also to make sure they find that information. I can't make them post the imprint on the pill if they don't want to, or if they are already certain of what it is. ## Hi All, Yes, the general drug submission rules are very flexible. The submissions main purposes are to: 1.) Visitors post the name...

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