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small round blue pill with a 05 on one side

small round lite blue pill with 05 one one side and nothing on the otherside ## I haven't been able to find a listing for this in the databases that I checked. How small is it? Is it the size of an Asprin? larger or smaller? I'm wondering if it may be a tablet from a package of oral contraceptives. Learn more oral contraceptive details here. ## it is a lot smaller than a asprin ## It's Clarinex, an allergy pill. My son was prescribed it when he was 10... that was in 07. I have the bottle and can take a picture of the pill if you need.

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Clarinex-d 24hour

My health insurance to longer covers this drug where can it be purchased? ## Hi Birdie, Even if your health insurance no longer covers this medication, you should still be able to get a prescription filled at any pharmacy. However, if you're looking for a discount I would recommend asking your doctor or pharmacy about patient assistance programs or drug coupons to save money. If you run a google search for "Clarinex D 24 hour coupons" there seem to be a few good sites that offer coupons based on eligibility requirements. I hope this helps!

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light blue pill with c 5 on one side

I found this pill...could someone tell me what it is? ## The pill which you are describing is a generic Clarinex 5 mg which is used to treat allergies. An image can be viewed here. You can also read more about this medication on the page for . Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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C5 blue tablet

small blue pill ## The pill which you are describing is Clarinex 5 mg which is used to treat allergies. You can read more about this medication on the page for . Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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blue c5 tablet

round small blue pill with c5 no marking on other side ## The pill which you are describing is Clarinex 5 mg which is used to treat allergies. You can read more about this medication on the page for . Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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my child found

LIttle round blue pill with C5 on one side nothing on the other side ## any ideas? ## I did answer the previous post on this, but will post the information here as well, just in case you don't see that one. This is Desloratidine 5mgs, a generic for Clarinex. THis is used to help treat allergies.

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