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Small White Oval Pill C

I have looked everywhere to identify this pill. It is real small with only a C on it. It has nothing on the other side ot it. My grandson found it after an Easter party. ## I located a pill that fits your description to the tee. This white oval pill with the marking "C" contains 200mg of Carbaglu (Carglumic acid). Inactive Ingredients in the pill include the following: microcrystalline cellulose sodium lauryl sulfate hypromelloses croscarmellose sodium silicon dioxide sodium stearyl fumarate Carglumic acid is used for the treatment of hyperammonaemia in patients with N-acetylglutamate synthase deficiency. More info about this medication can be viewed in the link below: Other than the little bit of information in that link, I haven't been able to locate a sufficient amount of...

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White Pill Oval C

Small oval, white pill, blank on one side, capital C on the other? ## Based on the description provided I was able to find a match to a white oval pill marked with "C"; however there is no image to go with it that confirms this. It is said to be identified as Carbaglu (200 mg); which is used in the treatment of hyperammonemia. Manufacturer: Orphan Europe National Drug Code (NDC): 52276-0312 Learn More: Carbaglu Details I hope this helps! ## What David posted is a good possibility. But this is a rather vague imprint, so it's kind of hard to be certain. I recently had a bottle of vitamin C tablets that also matched this description, so there is a chance that it may just be an over the counter product. Learn more vitamin c details here. Where did you find it?

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