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atilor 2 no markings

its chalk or drywall dust more like it ## Hi Heather, It sounds to me like you might've gotten a counterfeit. But because there's no easy way to identify something that doesn't show any markings, it may be that you'd have to have the contents analyzed by a lab if you wanted 100% verification. However, from what I could tell, Atilor is reported to be a brand name of Lorazepam that is manufactured/distributed by Cole Pharma (whom is also listed as being a division of Zenlabs Pharmaceuticals Inc). You could try contacting them directly in order to try and retrieve additional information regarding the tablet's legitimacy. They really make you do some serious investigative work to determine these basic details. Did you get this medication from an unlicensed pharmacy or of...

peach oblong vitamin no imprint

Possible multi_vitamin its peach it has no imprint its oval shapped ## Hello, Heather! How are you? Yes, since it has no imprint, it is most likely some type of over the counter product, since all prescription tablets are required to have imprints not them. I'm not quite what this one is, yet, but I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet?

white pill m on one side 3 the other

just would like to know what this pill is for ## Hello, Heather! How are you? Does it also a have a box around the M? If so, the tablet contains 300mgs of Acetaminophen and 30mgs of Codeine. This is 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.

small white pill with apo 2 print on it

round and you can spit in half ## I like to know if this white small pill WITH NUMBERS 54760is a drag that can cause a habit or ## what is a small white pill with 54760 on one side and splits on the other its round. ## I have this pill that has 54760 on the front and a line on the back and wanted to know could i take it for an upset stomach

nitrofur macr 100 mg

Can this antibiotic be used to treat sinus and throat infection? ## Yes, it can be, it is a broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat many types of infections, at your doctor's discretion, according to what is appropriate and most effective. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. You can read more on it here: Do you have any other questions? ## is nitrofur-macr the same as nitro macro , just under a different name? ## can you take nitrofur-macr 100mg for a tooth ache? ## can take alcohol with Nitrofur-Macr 100mg? ## can you have alcohol with Nitrofur-Macr 110 mg? ## can it be used for kidney infections ## Can drink wine while taking nitrofur-macr ? ## Can nitrofur macr 100mg cause an yeast infection? ## CAN THIS BE TAKEN WITH THE ANTIBIOTIC, ERYTH...

cilift what are the side effects of stopping it

I have stopped using cilift for two weeks now, since then my head has been spinning, I itch all the time, and my fingers are extremely stiff. I feel disorientated all the time. Please help! Could it be that I am fourty years old and I am going through menopause? I was on fourteen sleeping tablets a night and I managed to ween myself off. I have been off the sleeping tablets for a month now. ## The dizziness could be from stopping the Cilift, that could also explain the disorientation. Learn more Cilift details here. At 40, if anything is due to hormonal issues, it would be the start of menopause, which is perimenopause. Unless you've stopped having your periods. But that would only explain the skin itching, not the rest of it. Have you consulted your doctor?

Tan Pill Line On One Side

Large round tan pil with a line on one side and nothing on the other ## Hi, Heather! Where did you find it? If there are no markings on it, we can rule it out as being a U.S. manufactured and approved prescription medication, because they are all required to have unique imprints to enable their identification. That means it is most likely some type of over the counter product, but there is also a chance that it could be a foreign medication. Does anyone else have any idea of what this may be?


## Does this contain Sulfa? ## this was prescribed for diarrhea when I was in Punta Cana. I was only on it for a few days, no side effects. I am looking for an American equivalent to submit for ins. reimbursement. ## @Heather Burton, Based on my research, the active ingredient in Gabbroral is Paromomycin sulfate- so I believe the answer to your question is Yes. It is an antibiotic used to treat intestinal infections such as cryptosporidiosis and amoebiasis, plus other diseases like leishmaniasis. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Paromomycin Details I hope this helps!

Peach Round Pill G On One Side 322 Other

Found a round, peach colored pill with capital G on one side, and the # 322 or 302 on the other side. Thought it was Glaxo, may be generic. Thanks! ## Hi Wendy, The closest match I can find to your description is that of a round light yellow pill, imprinted with a capital G on one side and the number 303 on the back. This pill is identified as Heather (norethindrone) 0.35 mg; used for birth control. I know the color doesn't match your pill, but perhaps they are from the same manufacturer, since they have similar markings... Manufacturer: Glenmark Generics Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 68462-0303 I hope this helps!

Bromuro de Pinavero-Dimeticona

I live in France now.Before that I lived in Venezuela and regularly took Alevian Duo can I get something equivalent in Europe? ## I live in Canada and cannot find Alevian Duo anywhere here. Does anyone know of an equivalent of this drug or where it can be purchased. ## Hello Heather, I was taking Alevian Duo as well while I was in Nicaragua. I have recently moved to the UK and was prescribed Audmonal 60mg capsules and they seem to be working brilliantly.

93 149

I'm trying to find out info on this pill that is pink and has 93 on one side and 149 on the other it is oval. can anyone tell me what it is I found a bottle in my 16 year old daughters room ## I also found this same pill at my fiance's house I think it is an antiinflamatory drug, or at least that is what he said. I am going to take it to my pharmacy and let them take a look. If you e-mail me back put the topic just to (Heather about Arbonne) because we share the same email and I don't want him knowing that I am trying to find out, but I will and I will let you know. Since you said it was a 16 year old it makes me doubt that it is what he said it is, so I will most defenantly find out what it is. PLEASE e-mail me with the statement I told you to put it under. I will find out ...


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