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red round jell pill 404 on one side

they're like .... jells, like nyquil or dayquil, only much smaller. they're round/slightly oval shaped with a 404 on one side and the other is blank. what are they? ## Hello, Sam! How are you? Is that the complete imprint? So far, I haven't been able to find anything that matches this description. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone see recognize this? ## Dextromethorphan 15mg, Used as a Cough Relief ## The pill has 404 on one side only what is it I'm trying to find out ## I have 15mg Dextromethorphan HBr matching this. Generic robitussin long acting cough releif

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tol 280

white oval pill scored in middle with tol 280 on one side ## Time Cap Laboratories lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Dextromethorphan, and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is used to treat respiratory issues, such as colds, or allergy symptoms. NDC code: 49483-0280 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and dry nose. Inactive ingredients may include: Silicon Dioxide Magnesium Stearate Maltodextrin Cellulose, Microcrystalline Povidone Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato Stearic Acid Though they may vary, depending on manufacturing facility. Is there anything I can help with?

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Dextromethorphan for pain control

I have been using Dextromethorphan 60mg Sr/ER for pain management. I was prescribed this medication, which is made in a compounding pharmacy by a doctor in California who is actively involved with the NIH(National Institute of Health. This pain management doctor uses off label medications, but is light years ahead of the traditional pain management doctor, who goes through their steps of the various epidural, nerve blocks, a multitude of other treatment that all the other pain management physicians practice, all the way up to a spinal cord stimulator or pump. I tried all of those treatments and was told no treatment remains, other than heavy narcotics, which do not work in the slightest for me. I heard about this doctor through my brother as I was in the hospital on a dialaudid drip for...

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Oblong white pill NL 276

Trying to identify a tablet which I have. It is white and oblong with the imprint NL / 276. ## I am also trying to ID a pill. It is a beige oval pill G22 on one side and 500 on the other. ## Reese Pharmaceutical Company lists the tablet with the NL 276 marking as containing 20mgs of Dextromethorphan, and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is most commonly used to treat cold symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness, headache, and dry mouth. NDC code: 10956-076 Sandy, it the marking possibly G 32 500? If so, it contains 500mgs of Naproxen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever, and swelling. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation, and incre...

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white oval pill 44 533

oval white ## This contains 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is most commonly used to alleviate mucus and cough. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dry mouth, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. The inactive ingredients are list as including: D&C Yellow No. 10 hypromelloses magnesium stearate maltodextrin polyethylene glycol povidone silicon dioxide sodium starch glycolate type A potato stearic acid Is there anything else I can help with?

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d-methorphan hb/prometh syrup

for coughing ## I am 160lbs, 40years old.How much I need to take every 6hrs, 1 tablespoon or 1 teaspoon ## Dextromethorphan and Promethazine is a combination medication that is most commonly used to treat congestion, and to prevent nausea, vomiting, and allergic reactions. It isn't really likely to do much for a cough. Do you know what is causing your cough? Guan Chen, how much has your doctor instructed you to take? Are you on any other medications?

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White oblong pill with PH 073

I found 5 white oblong pills with PH on the left side and 073 on the right side. Any idea what they are? ## Reese Pharmaceutical Company lists this tablet as containing 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is available over the counter, and used to treat congestion, such as that caused by the common cold. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and drowsiness. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Oblong yellow pill BL322

I have a pill that is blank on one side and the other side has BL322. What is it? Can you please tell me what I have? ## Hi Kim, A yellow oblong pill marked with BL 322 is reportedly identified as "Relhist DMX" containing a combination of dextromethorphan hydrobromide 15 mg + guaifenesin 380 mg + phenylephrine hydrochloride 10 mg. This medication is marketed for use in treating upper respiratory symptoms such as coughing and congestion. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Burel Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 35573-0322. I hope this helps!

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quaifenex dm 30 600

green tablet ethex 213 ## Ethex Corporation lists this tablet as containing 30mgs of Dextromethorphan and 600mgs of Guaifenesin, which is most commonly used to treat cold symptoms. Its typical side effects as listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and weight changes. Is there anything else I can help with?

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what phlemex forte tab is used for

what phlemex forte tab is commonly prescribed for ## i am sick and need to know if i can use this ## This medication is used most commonly to treat symptoms of the common cold. It is listed as containing Dextromethorphan, Phenylephrine, and Guaifenesin. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and dry mouth. Kimmi, what symptoms are you experiencing? Are you on any other medications?

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false positive for pcp

Can I get a false positive for PCP if I take tramadol? I am on several medications and my drug test is saying positive for PCP. ## A lot of over the counter cold medicines will cause a false positive for pcp including ones that contain a drug called dextromethorphan. I have tested positive while using this medication. I've never even used pcp or saw it in real life.

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Dextromethorphan cough syrup drug test

Hi there, I took a normal therapeutic dose of dextromethorphan around midnight to sleep and then submitted for my pre-employment drug screen the next day at 2 PM. I did not drink a lot of water since I tend to test diluted for some reason. Should I be worried? Thanks! ## Most employers don't even test for that since it is an over the counter drug. I don't know of many labs that would test for it in a hair sample. Even if they did it won't show up since you didn't do very much.

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sedosolvin syrup

what is it use for ## Sedosolvin Syrup contains 5mgs of Dextromethorphan, 2mgs Chlorpheniramine and 4mgs Bromhexine. It is most commonly used to relieve the symptoms associated with colds and allergies. Side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, thirst and dizziness. Do you have any other questions? ## dry cough with short breath ## Is it safe to give my 11month old baby sedosolvin for cough?

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Names of doctors who prescribe Dextromethorphan

I have been using Dextromethorphan 60mg Sr/ER for pain management. I was prescribed this medication, which is made in a compounding pharmacy by a doctor in California who is actively involved with the NIH(National Institute of Health. This pain management doctor uses off label medications, but is light years ahead of the traditional pain management doctor, who goes through their steps of the various epidural, nerve blocks, a multitude of other treatment that all the other pain management physicians practice, all the way up to a spinal cord stimulator or pump. I tried all of those treatments and was told no treatment remains, other than heavy narcotics, which do not work in the slightest for me. I heard about this doctor through my brother as I was in the hospital on a dialaudid drip for...

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white oval pill with 44 533

white oval pill with 44 533 ## what is this pill? ## This is an over the counter tablet containing 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, a generic or store brand of Mucinex DM. Some common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and vomiting. Did you have any other questions? ## Do this pill helps colds

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Doctors prescribing Dextromethorphan

Does anybody know of a doctor or doctors that are writing prescriptions of Dextromethorphan ## Does anybody know of doctors prescribing Dextromethorphan for chronic pain ## Hello, Ken! How are you? At this time, it is being investigated for treating pain, but it hasn't been approved for it, yet. It is, however, available over the counter in some products as cold remedies. If you want it prescribed by a doctor for pain, you may need to see a specialist that knows specifics of pain management and how/why it can help. Do you currently have a PCP that could refer you to someone? What is your general location? That information might enable someone to recommend a good doctor in your area. Dextromethorphan is most commonly used to relieve coughing and it may cause side effects, such a naus...

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TCL 272 Dextromorphan

What is the Dextromorphan content of this pill? ## There is no Dextromethorphan in this. This tablet contains 400mgs of Guaifenesin, this is an expectorant. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Yes. The expiraition date was april of this year. Do you think it will still help me?

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triangle shaped green pill w/Fe on both sides

I just want to know if these pills are dmx or what ## Based on my research, I am finding that there are certain counterfeit green triangle pills in the USA & UK being sold as "E" that actually contain a substance known as DXM (Dextromethorphan). If this is the case, most people who've tried them by mistake (thinking they were "E"), strongly recommend staying away from it since the side effects are reported to be harsh on the liver and other body functions. However, at the same time I'm not finding anything listed with a marking of "Fe"; just the green triangle-shaped pill... Could this even be something else you got from overseas by chance?

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yellowish green football shaped pill wit 44 then a line 533 the back has nothing

Yellowish green pill with 44 then a line then 533 on the front . on the back of the pill there is nothing. The shape is like that of a rounded end foot ball. ## Hello, Sugg! How are you? This is an over the counter product called Mucous Relief Cough, which contains 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenesin. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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G2. White oblong pill. Scored down the center.

with the scoring it looks like G I 2 Help? I found them in my son clothes ## From what I've found, this is an over the counter cold remedy that contains 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenesin. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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