Help Me Find Out What The Heck They Are Please!!!!

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Nico Says:
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White oval pill big 225 on one side & I a line G what is it??? I need to know if thier is is any PCN in them??? Hopefully it's anti-biotic? ??



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CareInn Says:
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Sorry, its a cholesterol drug by the name of Gemfibrozil (600 mg). Good luck with what I'm guessing is a bad tooth? That's when I get the most desperate for antibiotics. Who can afford the dentist, really!

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nico! How are you?

This tablet contains 600mgs of Gemfibrozil, it is actually a fibrate drug that's used to help lower cholesterol.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, gallstones and GI distress.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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