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white oblong pill - whitby 6 12

One side is imprinted with Whitby. The other side says 6 with a split line and 12. It is white with no specks. Can it be identified? ## Hi Deb, A white oblong pill with Whitby on one side and 6 | 12 on the other is reportedly identified as a medicine by the name of Duratuss; containing a combination of guaifenesin (600mg) + phenylephrine (120mg). This medication is indicated for use in treating coughing and sinus congestion. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as UCB Pharma and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 50474-0612. I hope this helps!

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White Pill Pa 620

Half oblong pa 620 ## Hello, Are you saying that you only have half of the pill? If so, there is really no way to identify half of a pill since there could be other important imprints on the half that is missing. The closest match I can find based on the description you have provided is Duratuss G; which is a white oblong pill with the imprint ucb on one half, then a score (split line), and 620 on the other half. Duratuss G contains (1200 mg) of guaifenesin. Guaifenesin is an expectorant drug sold over the counter and usually taken orally to assist the bringing up (expectoration) of phlegm from the airways in acute respiratory tract infections. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Guaifenesin Details If you have any questions or information to add, please post back!

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Pill Dm12 Plain On Back Side

cn you please help me identify this pill ## Hi Betty, Unfortunately, after trying several searches I haven't been able to locate a match in any of the U.S. prescription drug databases, nor any related information on google. The only 'somewhat-related' thing that does show up on google is "Duratuss DM 12" for cough suppression, but from what I can tell, it isn't even available in pill form. Odds are that your pill could be either manufactured outside of the U.S. or that it is an over the counter medication, as OTC meds aren't required to be listed in the drug databases. If you're able to, I would consider taking the pill over to your local pharmacy and having it analyzed by their team to see if they can come up with anything. Also double check the marking ...

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Duratuss 900 25

This is a very helpful website. I take Metformin extended release for uncontrolled blood sugar and this past week the sugars have been between 200 and 300 irregardless. Today I noticed a different coding 900/25 and called the pharmacy but there were unable to identify the pill over the phone and said to bring it in. I held onto Duratuss VIC because it was pulled from the market and the only thing controlled my frequent sinusitis. The pills are similar in shape/size and with the pharmacy frequently changing the brands it complicate the matter. The pharmacy recommended in its place Mucinex and the company recommended Mucinex D but that contains 60mg. of pseudoephedrine but I managed with only 1/2 tab of Duratuss (900/25) which would be 450/12.5mg) In past had problems with decongestants s...

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900 25

white oval shaped 900/25 ## The pill which you are describing is Duratuss; which is a combination of Guaifenesin + Pseudoephedrine (900 mg - 25 mg). More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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