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White pill imprints G DH 30

There is a white pill with G on one side and DH30 on the other side. Half of this pill made me to have a deep good sleep, but now I can't find it. Can anyone identify it? ## Hello Omid, Was the prescription for this medication filled in the UK? The reason I ask is I was able to find a small bit of information on a 30 mg dihydrocodeine tablet that matches your description. Below is the additional information I found on this medication. Imprint: DH30;G. Color: White Shape: Round PIP Code: 109-2600 EAN Code 560076 Manufacturer: Generics (UK) I hope this information helps. Let me know if there is anything else you would like to know regarding this pill.

Have the uk 'banned' prescribing Df118?

I have a friend, admittedly is a recovered opiate addict (20 plus yrs clean) who has arthritis, cancer, spinal injuries and has been prescribed df's for five plus yrs. Some gp in surgery won't honour his repeat prescripton.......saying that they have been discontinued! Whilst others in the same surgery say otherwise and give him his much needed prescription. All I can find on the net is that certain brands (activists being one) has ceased to manufacture. Any info will be great. Thanks. Xxxx ## I TAKE DIHYDROCODEINE TABLETS FOR BREAST CANCER AND ARTHERRITIS I HAVE BEEN TAKEING THEM FOR 7 YEARS I STILL GET THEM FROM MY GP WHY DID YOUR GP SAY THAT ITS BEEN STOPD DONT BLEVE HIM GO TO A NOTHER GP TELL HIM BUT LIKE I SAY I AM STILL ON THEM THY ARE NOT GOING TO BE STOPD ## Hello Katie,...

Round white pill with R on one side and DH 30 on the other

Hi. I have a white round pill with an "R" on front and on the other side "DH" and a line; and underneath the line is "30". Can you please help identify it? ## From what I've been able to find, this tablet is from the UK and contains 30mgs of Dihydrocodeine, which is a narcotic pain reliever. The NIH warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?

Round White Pil With Pd30 Written On It

its a round uncoated white pill with PD on top and underneath the numbers 30...i need to know if they are painkillers please ## it is a painkiller combination of dihydrocodeine and paracetamol ## From what I have been able to find, Gee is correct, but it is always best to double check. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?


I was in unbearable pain with arthritis, my gp will not give me anything that works. I know it was wrong, but I ordered dihydrocodeine over the internet illegally, and I found that after an hour of absolute agony I an so relieved, and so happy. I have a very addictive personality but I need an alternative to stop the actual pain and probably help me to reduce, cos I am surely addicted to them by now. However I would be going back to a none life existence, I will be heartbroken when I cannot lift my grandchildren. So I am thinking what if I had them just at weekends, a lot of willpower is needed, but the alternative of non-stop hell without a break is a NO,NO, not now I have found I do not have to wake in agony everyday, life is too short, I am almost 60 now. Does anyone have any advice ...


Can you extract the codeine by using cold water extraction from dihydrocodeine ## No you cannot, you will be extracting Dihydrocodeine again, and why, Dihydrocodeine is relatively stronger with no ceiling effect meaning once you take so much codeine, the liver will not process any more. Dihydrocodeine has no ceiling effect

Verification on a pill with co DYD on it

What is this pill round white pill with CO DYD ON IT ## Hi Janet, Based on the description provided, I've identified your pill as Co-Dydramol; containing 10mgs of Dihydrocodeine + 500mgs of Acetaminophen. This combination is used to relieve moderate to severe pain. Manufacturer: M & A Pharmachem, UK Learn More: Dihydrocodeine Details Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ## I found a pill while moving in.and it yellow, roun it has M on one sife and c a line across and then 13

description of white pills with just a break line

I have some white tablets with break line on one side and no other markings. I took them out of a blister pack of dihydrocodeine 30mg, pl holder Bristol Laboratories LTD. Hope this helps.

Bristol laboratories dihydrocodeine

I always have Almas or Actavis as a brand. They've given me Bristol laboratories this time. Is there any difference or is it just the brand? I worry cause I suffer with chrone's very badly. ## Hello, Tara! How are you? It's the same medication, just manufactured by a different company. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you ! I was just worried I always use the brand you use so I was worried. Nice to know someone out there helps when needed ## They are a bad excuse for Dihydrocodeine . They don't even work for me love .

Bristol Laboratory Dihydrocodeine

I work away from home and find making an appt. with my GP hard. So my sciatica flared up and I filled my dihydrocodeine prescription from a proper reputable site - with a uk licensed GP and pharmacy who prescribed and dispensed it. They are unmarked pills - packaging says Bristol Laboratory. I feel they're not as effected as the ones I had been prescribed last year. I don't know if it's psychological or the pills really are not what they are meant to be. As said it's a proper GP site - they prescribe them. ## Same !!! I've just noticed that mine don't work. Obviously a bad manufacturer.


## What is the millagams of dihydrocodeine ## 30mg 60mg 120mg dont know if they get any stronger Than that m8 ## 30mg i find works better for myself as i am sure the stronger they get they become time released,coated,and dont have the same all round pain taker away,lol soz if spelling not to good,was never my strongest field, ## This is a narcotic and will carry the same risk of addition and side effects as other narcotics. Side effects may include:nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Are there any other questions? ## I'm taking 30mg of dihydrocodeine prescribed but when pain deteriorates I get 60mg off the street. When I take the 30mg I get stomache aches I have been told that there's more chalk in the singles 30mg than the 60mg of dihydrocodeine tablets is this true...

white pill with c d h on one side

small white pill with c d h on one side blank on the other side i know the first letters of it are dihy ## I'm pretty sure they're Dihydrocodeine but don't take my word for it, I'm just a girl. he he ## Thank god for women lol, thats it

Identify this pill and its strength

The pill is white and round. The imprint is on one side. "CO, and a imprinted line through the middle with DYD on the bottom of the line. The other side is blank. Its outside diameter is about 3/8". ## The white round pill you're describing is identified as Co-Dydramol, containing: Dihydrocodeine (10mg) + Acetaminophen (500mg) Manufacturer: M & A Pharmachem, UK Not to be confused with Hydrocodone or Codeine, Dihydrocodeine is a semi-synthetic opioid analgesic prescribed for pain, severe dyspnea, or as an antitussive, either alone or compounded with aspirin or Acetaminophen, as in Co-dydramol. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Dihydrocodeine Details and Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ## What is a small round white pill with a cursive v on one si...

round white pill no imprint just one line on side

package sealed pop out pills prescribed as dihydrocodeine 30mg BP (PL Holder Bristol Laboratories) ## Dihydrocodeine 30mg or stronger (only (no paracetamol please)) small amount for first order as dubious. If alls ok more every month, ta

White Tablet Round Small D F 8

d on left side f on right side and 8 underneath D F 8 ## I just received the same thing from a online pharmacy in the Philippines. It is suppose to be 30 mg dihydrocodeine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKliene ## I have crohns disease and have got my DF118 Dihydrocodeine regularly from Hong Kong, however the supply is very limited. Can you please help me find the pharmacy in the Philippines you have used to purchase this product? Your help would be amazing for my quality of life.


Is there any side effects for this df118? ## Hello, Melinda! How are you? All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, even over the counter products. This tablet contains Dihydrocodeine, which is a narcotic opiate. It has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more DF 118 details here. Is there anything else I can help with?

pain tablets

does anyone know where i can pain tablets df118 30mg or remedeine forte dihydrocodeine ## I'm not fully understanding your question due to a couple grammatical errors in your description (i.e. - "know where I can pain tablets"). However I would still like to offer more information if that helps: DF 118 forte tablets contain the active ingredient dihydrocodeine, which is indicated for use in the management of moderate to moderately severe pain as well as coughing and shortness of breath. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Dihydrocodeine Details Please post back if you're able to rephrase your sentence. It seemed like a simple typo, but even missing a couple words can throw off the entire meaning behind your question.

Disc Slip

salaam, my mother is like 40 years and she is extremely fat but her disc has been slipped out and now its been sliped a lot and its extremewly painfull... the doctor had suggested an operation but she is jst so sad abt it and prefers 2 take medsins instead... is there anyone who had any such problems? and had any change? pls do letme know......... i jst knt bear 2 c my mother suffer and wish 2 help her a lot! thanx ## dihydrocodeine 30/60/90 mg with naproxen 250mg slow release available/does cause drowsiness avid cooking driving machines. ## Kiaara, I understand her being afraid of surgery, but in this case, it is likely her only viable solution. Once a disc has slipped that far, therapy may help improve the condition and get it to slip back into place, but it's usually only a tempo...

Is BI-Profenid a narcotic?

Is bi- Profenid a narcotic? If not, what cN I ask the dentist for? I'm in France on Vacation and we have a difficult time understanding each other. ## Dihydrocodeine ## @Rikii, Bi-profenid (ketoprofen) is "not" classified as a narcotic. It is in a class of medications called NSAID. It works by stopping the body's production of a substance that causes pain, fever, and inflammation. You can read more about it here: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000862 I hope this helps to answer your question!

Dihydrocodeine 55 mg pill show picture

Blue round pill with 55 on one side and crescent moon on other ## I had a whole post typed up, then I finally remembered what this is! LOL This is an over the counter product that is sold to help with insomnia, it's called Simply Sleep and it contains 25mgs of Diphenhydramine, which is an antihistamine. What you saw as a 55 is actually meant to be an SS! Is there anything else I can help with?


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