Guaifenesin? White Ucb 620 Or Green A1 06

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Chilly Says:


I found two different pills in the same container labeled "Guaifenesin." One is a white oval about 3/10" thick & 4/5" long, labeled "ucb" on left,scored deeply in middle, and "620" on right. The other is a much smaller, green oval tablet, about half as thick and a bit shorter, also scored between the labels "A1" and "06."



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chill Says:

From all I can tell, they are both guaifenesin --but I don't believe they are prescription any more--I think it is now available OTC as Mucinex.

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David Says:

Chill, you are right about them being available OTC.

The pill marked Ucb 620 is marketed as Duratuss G; a brand name for guaifenesin (1200mg).
It's noted to be available OTC and/or via Prescription. I'm assuming this depends on the dosage?

A1 06 is identified as Amibid LA (600 mg); also a brand name for guaifenesin. This green oval pill is also available via prescription and/or OTC.

I'm not certain whether or not they are both now being marketed as Mucinex, but they do share the same active ingredient (and dosage), and Mucinex is readily available OTC.

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