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dramidom

i believe the drug was given for blood pressure or pain in the dominican republic just need to know what the drug real does before it is taken ## symptoms are bad cold and diahorrea ## me gustaria saber como se controla la enfernadad de vertigo de minier ## k es lo k hace el dramidon en la sangre cuando lo inyectan k funcion hace ## I had suffered sea sickness when on a cruise and was given his by the ships doctor. ## This contains the active ingredient Dimenhydrinate, in the U.S., Canada and several other places, it is better known by the trade name Dramamine. It is most commonly used to treat motion sickness and vertigo, its most common side effect is drowsiness. Este contiene el ingrediente activo dimenhidrinato, en los EE.UU., Canadá y varios otros lugares, es mÃ...

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Peach pill with TCL over 353

Does anyone know what pill is peach and has TCL over 353 and a x or cross on the back of it, found in my house don't know what it is ## Hello Jim, The pill that you found is a Dimenhydrinate 50 mg, a medication used for motion sickness. It is manufactured by the company Time-Cap Labs (which is what the TCL stands for). They no longer manufacture this pill in the color and imprint, now they use a white circular pill imprinted with a TCL 352. I hope this helps.

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can dramamine give you a false positive on drug test?

I had taken some dramamine over the weekend because I've been sick. An had a drug test today an was positive for benzo. I haven't done anything else but dramamine an excedrin. can ether of those give false positives? ## No, neither Dramamine, nor Excedrin have been known to cause false positives for Benzodiazepines. Can you think of anything else you may have taken? ## Excedrin tablets were pulled off shelves awhile ago for having percocet in them. ## Will dramamine show up positive for any drugs on a ua?

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what is the generic gravol

A generic gravol that can knock you out ## Hello, James! How are you? The manufacturer lists this product as containing Dimenhydrinate, which is an antihistamine that's used to help with insomnia, and motion sickness. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, chills, and headache. Is there anything else I can help with?

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dimenhydrinate false positive for benzos

I go to a methadone clinic. I work in a car delivering papers. I get car sick. The only thing I take is dremamine. The scientific word is in the title. I tested positive for benzos. I cannot figure out why. I don't take Xanax Valium or klodopins. So I need to know if this substance can do this because I can't figure it out. I'm going to not take it for a week to see if this is causing it. It's hard for an ex junkie to say your not taking something and really aren't and it's showing up on a urine screen. I'm going to see if they will take my blood. Someone plz help.

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small white round pill blank in one side 44 on top line below that and 198

This pill was in a single blister pack, I think it might have come from the hospital ## This is a 50mg Dimenhydrinate tablet, it is most commonly used to treat or prevent nausea, vomiting, dizziness and vertigo. It is an over the counter medication. Learn more Dimenhydrinate details here. Side effects may include drowsiness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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White Pill 44 198

Can this be abused in some way? ## The white round pill you're describing is identified as Dimenhydrinate 50 mg. Manufacturer: Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Dimenhydrinate is used to prevent and treat nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and vertigo associated with motion sickness. It really doesn't sound like something anyone would want to abuse or even take more than they need of. Did you happen to find it on a friend or family member?

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44 198

small round white pill blank on one side scored on the other with the the numbers 44 on top and 198 on the bottom ## Located a match to a white round pill with 44 above 198, it's Dimenhydrinate 50 mg. Dimenhydrinate is used to prevent nausea and motion sickness. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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peach tablet embossed with APO 50

My mother showed up with her meds in one bag! One tablet she doesn't know why she takes is a small, round peach tablet with APO 50 on one side the other side is scored into 4. Any help or I will have to drive from cottage to a pharmacy. ## The pill is a generic Gravol called APO-DIMENHYDRINATE, manufactured by Apotex Canada. The active ingredient is Dimenhydrinate. It is used as an antihistamine and antiemetic. Brand Reference: GRAVOL® Therapeutic Class (AHFS): Antihistamines Strength: 50 MG Dosage Form: Tablet Scored: YES Colour: Orange Shape: Round, Flat-Faced Markings: APO OVER 50 You can read more about this medication at: Additional Resources from the manufacturer: Patient Info Website info

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om 44198

it have 44 on top a line in the middle with a other number 198 in the botton. the back is blank,white pill ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Dimenhydrinate (50 mg). You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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white pill possibe nsaid

round white tablet scored on front of tablet the number 44 above the score and the number198 below the score. The back of the tablet is plain ## This is Dimenhydrinate 50mgs, a generic or store brand of Dramamine. This is used to help prevent motion sickness and nausea.

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44/198

ROUND,44ON TOP,-198 ON BOTTOM,WHITE ## what is 44 w 198 on one side round white tablet ## This is 50mg dramihydrinate (I think I spelled that correctly.) Anyway it is generic for Dramanine, an anti-nausea, car motion sickness medication. It can be used for vertigo and extreme dizziness as well. ## Dimenhydrinate is what she was shooting for there. Nenene, I am going to send you an email to help with this danged drug names! ## okay, zippysgoddess what does danged drug mean. lol! I think you meant changed drug? I just had to do that because I was so off with my own spelling so often lately! ## No, I meant the problem you were having with the danged drug names, I did mean that word, not a different one. It is a slang word around here in PA that means darn or the equivelent. ## it must be a...

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