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white pill oblong with G on one side and 154 on the other

Found these white oblong pills in my son's room. It had G on one side and 154 on the other and I cannot find any information on that pill. Any help would be great. ## White, oval, g imprint on one side and 154 imprint on other, pill, ## @Kev, From what I could gather, there are at least three different drug manufacturers who use a capital G on one side of their tablets (Greenstone Ltd., Global / Impax Pharmaceuticals & Guardian Drug Company). Each of their G's look slightly different. So if you are able to determine which G matches your pill, we would at least be able to tell who the manufacturer is, and possibly take it from there... That's just one idea anyways. You may be able to search each manufacturer's product page or google their unique logos for more specifi...

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E20 White Oblong Pill

E20 on one side, white oblong pill shipped from India ## With the description provided I haven't been able to locate a match in any of the drug databases. I'm assuming that this is because the pill is manufactured in India, where as they do not regulate their drugs the same way the FDA does here in the U.S.; so finding information on it is very difficult unless you're based in India. Did you order this online not knowing what it was? Maybe you can contact the company that you ordered it from for a confirmation of your order. Aside from double checking to make sure you typed the correct marking, the next best option I can recommend is taking the pill over to your local pharmacy and ask them about testing for the pills ingredients; and whether or not it's something they ar...

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white with pill z 1

small white pill with a z letter and number 1 in the other side ## Amerisource Health Services lists this tablet as containing 3.125mgs of Carvedilol, it is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. NDC code: 68084-0261 Depending on production facility, inactive ingredients may include: crospovidone hypromelloses lactose monohydrate magnesium stearate polyethylene glycol silicon dioxide colloidal povidone magnesium silicate titanium dioxide The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything I can help with?

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No heart problems, not allowed to stop Carvedilol, want off

Flew off the bed one morning, heart pounding, grabbed my jaw which felt hard as a rock. My left arm hurting and tingling with clammy hands. Saw one dr, had an ekg, all normal. She said it seemed like acid reflux because i would burp and the pressure on my chest would subside. Couple of days later I saw another dr because of the same issue but it lasted longer this time. He sends me to the er, told me i had a uti and was dehydrated. Sent me home one week later and my heart rate was fast again. Saw a cardiologist who prescribed carvedilol 6.25mg twice daily. Did an echo, stress, holt monitor for 24 hours. Test came back that my heart is doing what it needs to do and that i have a healthy strong heart. Only thing was holt showed an extra beat. He said it was normal and that usually everyon...

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White oval pill 255 one side?

I found this pill in my living room. It has 255 printed on the right side, and what looks like an upside down 1 on the left side. The back is black. It looks just like Butalb (MIA 106), which I take for headaches, but the imprint is totally different. Any ideas? Thanks. ## Hi Juno, Carvedilol 6.25mg made by Solco Healthcare is the closest match I've seen here. This particular tablet is white and oval shaped with the number 255 on one side and blank on the back. For verification, it carries a National Drug Code of 43547-255-10. I wish I could be of more help, but as a last resort it may be best to take this tablet into your local pharmacy and/or have its contents analyzed by a lab. I do find it strange that specific details relating to your pill description are no where to be found. ...

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safest blood pressure medication

On Carvedilol and was on Amlodipine for years. Blood pressure was increasing lately, so Dr changed Amlodipine to 10 mg. This caused flushing in face, ankles swelling, etc. Then took off Amlodipine completely and added Lisinopril. Have backache, nervousness, darkened urine, and dizzy on this. What is the safest blood pressure medicine to use? I’m sensitive to most medications... ## All blood pressure medication has side effects. What works for me may not work for you. There are so many of these meds it's really hit and miss till you find the right meds. I've been on about 8 different ones over the past 7 years and each of them has good and bad. Lisinopril I was on for 4 years, worked ok...good luck. ## Carl is correct, there is really no "safe" medication, they all ...

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Carvedilol /triamt/hctz should they be taken together

my husband is taking both triamt/hctz and carvedilol but do not know if he should be on both or if one was prescribed to replace the other think the last one he got a prescription for was carvedilol---could this have been to replace the triamt/hctz ## Has he asked his doctor? The Carvedilol is in a different class of medications and it is very common for several to be prescribed, if someone's blood pressure or cardiac condition isn't quite under control with their existing medication regimen. Thus, it is hard for anyone else to know the answer and he does need to check with is doctor to be sure. ## Am on both medications most often both are prescribed when one is not efficient to bring down your blood pressure. Carvedilol is a beta and alpha blocker and triamterene HCTZ is a diu...

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Carvedilol and drug testing

Is carvedilol considered to be a narcotic drug that can show up in a drug test? I'm applying for a job & I have to be totally clean.

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very small white oval pill

E on one side and 01 on the other. very tiny white oval pill ## Need to know if very tiny white oval 01 on one side E on the other is carvedilol/coreg. ## Yes, Aurobindo Pharma lists it as containing 3.125mgs of Carvedilol. It is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, hypotension, and increased urination. You can find more information by researching this NDC code: 13107-0142 Is there anything else I can help with?

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white pill ZO42, no other markings

My friend was given this pill. Not sure what it is or what it is for. Can anyone tell me? ## Is the marking possibly ZC42? If so, it is manufactured by Zydus Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 25mgs of Carvedilol, which is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Large white round no markings corner pin I would like to see what one looks like

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Carvedilol and discard dates

Is it safe to take Carvedilol 25mg if the discard date was three months ago? Will they still be effective? ## They do not become dangerous, but they may have lost some efficacy, so it would be best to speak to your doctor about obtaining a new supply. The FDA lists this medication as possibly causing side effects, such as nausea, headache, dizziness, hypotension, and increased urination. How does this medication work for you? When I was taking it, I suffered a severe worsening of my Raynaud's Syndrome/Disease.... I listed both, because what the FDA is calling it at any given time is subject to change. LOL Sometimes it's a syndrome, other times it's a disease, again. Anyway, there were days my hands and feet would go numb and hurt, in perfectly nice weather, so I had to switc...

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white oblong tablet 7296 93

white oblong shaped tablet with 7296 on one side and 93 on the other ## The white oblong pill in description is Carvedilol (25 mg); which is indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate congestive heart failure. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## What pharmaceutical company makes this? Carvedilol

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Round white pill with Capital G on one side blank on other

I found a round white pill in my house with a capital G on one side and blank on the other, it is slightly bevelled on either side and has an easy swallow coating. ## Hello, I have identified your pill as Carvedilol (3.125 mg); which is a nonselective beta blocker/alpha-1 blocker indicated in the treatment of mild to severe congestive heart failure. Manufacturer: Glenmark Generics Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 68462-0162 The most common side effects include (but are not limited to): dizziness, fatigue, hypotension, diarrhea, asthenia, bradycardia, and weight gain. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Carvedilol Details I hope this helps! ## It’s a barbiturate called pheno barbital. It is used for relaxation and in high doses euthanasia

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carvedilol

## i was issue a bottle of carvedilol 12.5 and it has expired 04 2011 i would like to know is it safe to take ## This medication is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, hypotension, and increased urination. It does not become dangerous, once expired, but it may lose efficacy and not work as well as it did, when new. It would be best to dispose of it and see your doctor for a new prescription. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Carvedilol - Indian Brand Name or Equivalent

Carvedilol is prescribed by US doctors, but I would like to know if there's an Indian medicine equal to this US version? ## From what I could gather, there's an Indian brand of Carvedilol that goes by the name "Caditone". This medication is reportedly manufactured by a company called Kopran ltd. based out of Mumbai, India. There is also a brand called Carviflo made by Ajanta, out of India. If I come across any other brand or generic versions I'll be sure to post back. Until then, I hope these two options will suffice. Best of luck to you!

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white oval pill with tv 2795 imprint

Found a pill in my house. What type of pill is this and what is it used for? ## Hello, Judy! How are you? Is the imprint possibly TV 7295? Can you please double check and let me know? Thanks! If that is correct, the tablet contains 12.5mgs of Carvedilol, which is a beta blocker that's used to treat high blood pressure, heart failure and other cardiac conditions. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. ## Is this a xanax 1mg that got 7295 on one side an tv on the other side please let me know

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Accidentally took Carvedilol 3.125mg and my Atorvastatin 20mg twice

I took a double dose of my Carvedilol 3.125mg and my Atorvastatin 20mg by accident and need to know if this could possibly hurt me as I have congestive heart failure? ## I accidentally took my Carvederol Bllod Pressure medicine at 9 pm and 11 pm can that hurt me ## @Sue & Debbie, Sorry to hear about the mishap. I noticed that it's been several weeks since the timing of this incident... How are you two feeling at the moment? Did either of you ever end up experiencing any unusual side effects or had to go to the emergency room? Generally in cases like this, the best thing to do is contact your doctor immediately and/or poison control just to be on the safe side. For your own peace of mind, their hotline # is 1-800-222-1222. My theory is that if this was only a one time occurrence ...

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carvedilol false-positive

Can the medication Carvedilol cause a false-positive reading for methamphetamine? ## Can Coreg show false positive for Methamphetamine on drug test? Please reply A.S.A.P. Thank you, H.M

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carvedilol, lisinopril and amox/k clav

I would like to know if I can take my carvedilol, lisinopril and amox/k clav 875-125 together? I'm worried the medications will interact. ## Has your doctor instructed you to take them and were they aware of the others you were taking, when they prescribed the antibiotic? The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. Additionally, it is far more risky to let an infection continue out of control, than it is to take an antibiotic with the other medications to eradicate it.

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white round pill 2041

I found a round white pill with the number 2041 on the front and blank on the back. What kind of pill is this? ## Hello, Kodi! How are you? Could you please double check the imprint and post back? I am not finding a tablet in the NIH database with this marking, but there is one with the marking ZC41, which is listed as containing 12.5mgs of Carvedilol. It is most commonly used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, palpitations, and hypotension.

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