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White oblong pill EB

I have an oblong white regular size pill with EB on one side and blank on the other. I need to know what it is? ## Hello Kailli, I hope you are having a wonderful day. I found a Guaifenesin 400mg oral tablet that matches your description. Guaifenesin is used to treat coughs and congestion caused by the common cold, bronchitis, and other breathing illnesses. Below I have provided some information I sourced from the NIH. NDC: 69517-119 Ingredient(s): GUAIFENESIN[GUAIFENESIN] Imprint: EB Label Author: HealthLife of USA LLC Color(s): White Shape: Oval Size (mm): 17.00 Score: 1 Inactive Ingredient(s): - silicon dioxide - magnesium stearate - cellulose, microcrystalline - stearic acid - sodium starch glycolate type a potato I hope this information helps. Please let me know if you have any add...

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White oblong pill with 62 on one side and x other

Have a white, oblong shaped pill with X on one side and 62 on the other side. What is it? ## Hello Anna, I was able to find a Mucus DM Extended Release tablet that matches your description. As the name implies this pill is designed to help relief symptoms of mucus buildup. Here is some additional information that I sourced from the NIH. NDC 69842-057 Imprint X;62 ingredients Guaifenesin 600 Mg;dextromethorphan Hydrobromide 30 Mg; Label Author Cvs Pharmacy, Inc. Color White Size 16mm Shape Oval Inactive Ingredients Silicon Dioxide Hypromellose, Unspecified Magnesium Stearate Microcrystalline Cellulose Povidone K90 Povidone K25 Starch, Corn I hope this information helps. Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.

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White capsule shaped pill 649/649

I found these pills in my son's room. They're white capsule shaped pills with an imprint of 649/649 on one side and blank on the back. What are they? ## Hi Destiny, A white capsule-shaped/oval pill marked 649 649 is reportedly identified as "Bidex-400" (guaifenesin 400 mg). This medication is an expectorant used to treat bronchitis and coughing. Distributed by: Stewart-Jackson Pharmacal Inc. NDC: 24839-777 Size (mm): 15 Inactive Ingredients: -Silicon Dioxide -Croscarmellose Sodium -Hypromelloses -Maltodextrin -Povidones -Cellulose, Microcrystalline -Stearic Acid Hope this helps! ## Ok so is it an antibiotic of sorts or is it for pain

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White round pill tick 272

I've read this is both just guisafin and also a narcotic pain reliever? Pictures match the both as well. Anyone know any definitive ways to tell? ## Sorry, that was TCL 272. I typed it in wrong the first time. ## Hello, Lindsey! How are you? No worries, I'm fluent in Typonese! :-) As listed by the FDA in their databases, this is a 400mgs Guaifenesin tablet that is used to treat cold symptoms. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and cough. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Show picture of white round pill with TCL_272 ON IT

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White pill oval EB

White oval pill with EB on one side, other side blank ## It's an OTC anti mucus pill that is sold at dollar generals. ## This is accurate. It is a generic immediate release Mucinex containing 400 mg of Guaifenesin. ## Hello Smile Face, As previously mentioned I also identified the pill as a Guaifenesin. I would just like to expand upon their responses by offering you some additional information on this drug that I sourced from the National Institute of Health. Product Code: 69517-119 Ingredient(s): Guaifenesin 400mg Inactive Ingredient(s): - Silicon Dioxide - Magnesium Stearate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Stearic Acid - Sodium Starch Glycolate Type A Potato Imprint: EB Label Author: HealthLife of USA LLC Color(s): White Shape: Oval Size (mm): 17.00 Score: 1 I hope this informati...

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White Round Pill with TCL 272 imprited on it

It's a large round solid white pill with a line going through the middle to break it in half with the inscription of TCL on top and 272 on bottom ## This tablet contains 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is an expectorant used to help with cold symptoms. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and headache. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## What is it be what is it for treated for? ## What os sich a large doze prescobed at once so u can break in half, an if headache is a side effect what is the purpose for cold symptoms? ## Why did it say oxycodone? Is that like percocet? ## I have a white round pill. On one side it has tcl 272 with no split on it and the back side is blank. What is it, please? ## I have a large white pill imprinted with TCL and 272 ...

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large oblong white pill

has an upside down v with a p in the middle a line through the center,then the numbers 152.Blank on the other side. ## Advanced pharmaceuticals 152 ## what is the pill for ## This tells me nothing about what this pill is for ## Found a match! The pill in description is reportedly identified as Guaifenesin (400mg) made by Advance Pharmaceutical Inc. Guaifenesin is an OTC expectorant used for mucus relief. Imprint: AP 152 (note: the appearance of 'AP' is situated in such a manner that it looks like an upside-down 'V' but it's just the logo for the manufacturer's name) NDC: 17714-152 Shape: Oval Size: 17mm Inactive Ingredients -Silicon dioxide -Magnesium stearate -Cellulose, microcrystalline -Maltodextrin -Povidone -Stearic acid I hope this helps!

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name of white round pill with TCL 272 imprinted

White round large pill with imprint : TCL and underneath it imprint says 272 .. what the heck is this?? ## I found an exact match it's Guaifenesin 400 mg. Guaifenesin is a component of both Robitussin DAC and Robitussin AC. To learn more about this drug click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## WHAT IS THE DOSE ON THIS PILL ROUND WHIT PILL MARKS TLC 272

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Severe Nausea & vomiting after Stop Taking Guaifenesin 400 pills

I was taking 2 pills per day (1AM & 1PM)of EX400 Gauifenesin to loosen thick mucous for 3 days and stop, then I experience sudden severe nausea and vomiting (6x) for 3 hours. Then I took Reglan & Benadryl to stop the dizziness and vomiting. ## Reglan?? Oh my!! Have you not seen all the warnings about reglan and tardiff disconesia sp? I used to take reglan for swallowing until it started to make my face grimace!! As for Guafenesin / Guafinex (cough syrup) you should see the properties in that drug. My sister has a seizure disorder and if anything cold-related is treated with Guafenesin or anything containing Guafinex ...she is screwed, and automatically goes into seizure state. So I would be careful of BOTH ## Amy, how are you doing, now? Just taking it for 3 days should not caus...

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Adams 1200 pill

yellow on adams side, white on a 1200 side, about 1/2 inch long and rounded edges ## Yelow side says adams white side says 1200 oblong caplet ## Adams Laboratories lists this tablet as containing 1,200mgs of Guaifenesin, which is used to treat congestion due to cold, flu, or allergies. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and drowsiness. Is anyone else familiar with this tablet?

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butalbit/apap/caff tab

round green on one side with A white on other with 600 ## The closest I've been able to find to this is a blue and white tablet that manufactured by Adams Laboratories, which they list as containing 600mgs of Guaifenesin, is it most commonly used to treat congestion. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Is anyone else familiar with this tablet?

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Pill 44 533

white oval pill nothing on on side of it the on the other side there is the number 44 then a line dividing the pill in two then 533 ## This is a mucous relief tablet available at most Rite Aid stores. They list it as containing 400mgs of Guaifenesin, and 20mgs of Dextromethorphan. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and dry throat. Are there any other questions?

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ethex 960

capsule blue pink ## What is in this pill and what is it used for? ## Was the marking possibly ETHEX 096? Ethex Corporation lists it as containing 400mgs of Guaifenesin and 120mgs of Pseudoephedrine. It is most commonly used to treat cold symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and insomnia.

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quaifen

reason prescribed ## Did you possibly mean Guaifen? Can you please post back and clarify? If so, it contains the active ingredient Guaifenesin and is most commonly used to treat congestion, and cold symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, drowsiness, and dry mouth.

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False positive for meth drug test

I took a generic medication called mucus relief PE sinus conjestion. 2 days after taking it i failed a drug test for meth. The active ingredients are Guaifenesin 400mg & Phenylephrine HCI 10 mg can these cause false positives, because i certainly have not used any meth. ## I have been told I have been positive for meth and amphetamines can prescribed phentermine, with otc cough medicine, sudafed, and vicks vapor rub cause a false positive ## I'm a 66 year old grandma, and I was using a Vicks nasal inhaler, and tested positive for Meth. ## I have my class A cdl license, i applied for a company, and received a phone call stating I failed my drug test. I asked what from, they said methamphetamine. Here's the thing, I've never used methamphetamine or any type of major or har...

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oblong blue pill one side p 525

I found this pill oval one side is p 525 n other side is plain is it hydro or wat ## @Tuty, Based on your description, the closest match I'm finding is an oval "white" pill marked with P 525, manufactured by Athlon Pharma. This particular pill reportedly contains 525mgs of guaifenesin + 50mg of pseudoephedrine, and is marketed under the trade name "Entex PSE". As far as applications go, pseudoephedrine is a decongestant and guaifenesin is an expectorant. I realize that the color of your pill is notably different, however this is the only search result I've seen that closely resembles it. Hope this helps! Does anyone else here recognize the pill as being something different? ## I found two blue oval pills in my generic tylenol bottle: \ with p525 and they are guaf...

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white pill ph 041

I found a pill in my sisters room that has PH 041 on it I have looked it up & cannot find anything. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. ## Hi Rj, Is there any chance that the pill says PH 043 as opposed to PH 041? An oblong white pill marked with PH 043 (and scored down the center) reportedly contains 400mgs of Mucaphed guaifenesin + 10mgs of phenylephrine HCL. This medication is used for treating sinus / nasal congestion as well as coughs. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Edwards Pharmaceuticals. I hope this helps! ## No worries. It is a generic brand (Leader) 325 mg Aspirin (NSAID). ## So a round white pill with 041 on one side only is aspirin? ## The ("Leader" brand) Aspirin I have is white, round, blank on one side, and the other side has "PH" a...

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white round pill tol 272

What does this pill treat or used for ## Hello, Bart! How are you? I believe the marking you're looking at is actually TCL 272. This tablet is manufactured by Time Cap Laboratories and they list it as containing 400mgs of Guaifenesin, which is an expectorant most commonly used to treat cold symptoms. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have A 272 rather than TLC that you've mentioned. Do you know what that is?

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acebrophylline and guaifenesin

I want to know if the combination of acebrophylline and guaifenesin have a synergistic effect in the treatment of a productive cough? ## It is possible, and you should take them if a medical provider has instructed you to do so. But overall, it really depends on what is causing the cough. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, and dry mouth. Have they helped you, at all? What is causing your cough?

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gg dm 100 10 5 syp rugby

What is it? Does it contain codeine? I have a job interview and my doctor gave me it. ## No, this is listed by the FDA as containing Guaifenesin and Dextromethorphan, it is most commonly used to treat cold/sinus symptoms. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth/throat. Is there anything else I can help with?

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