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scored round white with kp1 116

small white scored tablet with KP1 116 ## Its Cytomel 0.025 mg. Cytomel is used for treating low thyroid function. It is also used to treat or prevent different types of goiters, as an aid to diagnose certain thyroid conditions, or to treat patients who are allergic to other thyroid medicines. ## Randolf's response is correct. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, weight changes, hair loss, and mood changes. NDC code: 54569-2053. A word of caution, please make sure your doctor is checking your levels regularly, if you have been prescribed this medication, as dosage adjustments might be needed. Is there anything else I can help with?

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White small Round Pill M L on one side blank on other side

Small cirlcle pill but thick. Easy to scrape coding off but no numbers only label ML i found it in my older sisters room under the rug what is it? ## I have found three pills as you described; small, white, round with ML on one side & blank on the other side. I have no idea what they are. If any one does know, please tell me. I have a few friends that take a variety of things if they can & I worry that one time they are going to get something very harmful. ## Has any one yet ID'd these pills? Small white round pill curved front and back and thick. Letters ML on front side, smooth on back side. I took to the pharmacy and pharmacist looked and looked and said it was not in database. I found these in my 88 year old moms weekly pill box which I prepare for her. I did not put the...

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Small Round White Pill Kp

its a hgh pill (human growth hormone) ## Hello, Do you have any information to confirm that this pill is a human growth form? The closest match I've been able to find is a round white pill with KPI on one side and 115 on the other. It is known as Cytomel (liothyronine) 5 mcg (0.005 mg) and belongs to the drug class thyroid drugs. It is used to treat underactive thyroid, tsh suppression, hypothyroidism, after thyroid removal; myxedema coma, myxedema and more. Manufacturer: King Pharmaceuticals, Inc. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Cytomel Details Please post back if you have any more information to add! ## Kalpa pharmaceuticals is a steroid manufacturing company. I've seen these also for gyno which is to treat man tits also from steroids possibly. He look bette...

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Swollen nodes

Swollen nodes under ears and chin on cytomile (on 75 split three times a day). I started at 25. It has been 9 weeks now. Worried about swelling. ## I'm not seeing this listed among the side effects that are reported by the U.S. FDA. Typically, they include nausea, dizziness, confusion, appetite changes and extreme fatigue. Have you been ill recently? Are you on any other medications? Have you had this checked out by a medical professional?

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cytomel prescription

Can someone please help. I was prescribed cytomel 100mcg. I am feeling terrible. Can someone please help. I also take 100mcg synthroid. I have a headache and feel sick. Thank you. ## Hello, Based on my research there are no negative drug interactions found between Cytomel and Synthroid. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate. What side effects have you been experiencing? Learn More: Cytomel Details Learn More: Synthroid Details ## 100mcg is a big dose, ## Yes, I know it's been awhile, but just in case you were still feeling bad... 4 Possibilities: Too much medication (probably the Cytomel) OR Not enough medication (probably the Synthroid) OR The ratio of Synthroid...

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Cytomel Need Easy Prescription in St. Louis

Need to find an easy doc in St Louis who will prescribe 25 mcg Cytomel (year supply) without new labs (can't afford new ones but can show last year's labs) and no questions or phone calls to my plan docs. I was on dual therapy years ago, but the only endo in my plan doesn't believe in it and my PCP won't without the endo's OK. 25 mcg is the correct amount based on current Synthroid dose and peer-reviewed journal articles. I have prescription coverage and can pay cash for (one) doctor visit. Need name-brand required prescription. Old dual therapy doctor's records destroyed in natural disaster and that doc retired.

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Identifying a pill that I think is Cytomel

Small round white pill KPI 226 on one side, scored on other side ## Correction: The small white pill is marked _KPI 116. I have another small white pill which I think is generic T-3 it is marked 25 above the score and 222 below ## Hi Jon, The imprint "KPI 116" is identified as Cytomel 25 mcg (0.025 mg). This pill contains the active ingredient Liothyronine; which is used to treat hypothyroidism (an under active thyroid). The imprint 25 222 has been identified as generic Liothyronine sodium 25 mcg (0.025 mg). So they are pretty much the same drug! You can read more about it by visiting the link below: I hope this helps!

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NEW REACTIONS to Cytomel

Having bouts of constipation since Janurary 2011. Could the formula for Cytomel have changed since Phizer bought out King Pharmaceutical? Allergic to wheat & gluten. My TSH levels are within a good range. Interested to know if anyone else has noticed change in the last year. ## Yes, they could have changed something in the inactive ingredients, though I haven't found any specific information on that. It's also highly possible that your body had just changed slightly, with time, so you are experiencing new side effects from it. Or it could be completely unrelated to the medication. Have you talked to your doctor about it?

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Any One Familiar With Cynomel

ive had these pills for a while. use to take them with axcion, but not sure why ## Cynomel, which is also known as Cytomel, it a metabolite of an amino acid, which is based on the Thyroid hormone T3, it has several recognized medical uses, such as stimulating appetite, and treating severe Thyroid disorders. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Pink Pill Heart Shaped marked GP

Pink heart shaped pill marked GP on one side with a line through the middle on the other. I was told it is cytomel T3 medication. ## They don't provide a description of the tablets, but the GP marking is used on all products manufactured by Geneza Pharmaceuticals and they do make a generic Cytomel tablet that contains 25mcgs of Liothyronine, used to treat Thyroid disorders. Where was it found/obtained? You can learn more about the medication here:

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unexo

white small tab,like pro plus but cant be bought over counter ,gives same effect ## UNEXO WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS? ## Unexo is actually the name of a company that manufactures several products, not the name of a product itself, so I cannot tell you anything without knowing the specific product you are asking about. ## Can anyone tell me if CYTOMEL is made from the company UNEXO

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sidamel

thyroid cancer ## What is Sidamel. Is this the correct spelling for this medication? It is supposed to be used for depression. ## Sorry, I cannot find any information on this. ## Cytomel is the correct spelling. Good luck.

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cytomel

would like more info about this drug.It is thyroid drug used for T3 deficency in thyroid ## does this medicine cause tinnitus or something simila? ## Cytomel is a T3 thyroid medicine for people that have deficiancies, it is also used by body builders to lose fat% before a competition.

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