Hydrocloride L054 120mg

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its a oval and its white, its a pill, and it has L054 on one side



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nenene Says:

This is Wal-pharm brand extended release 120mg psuedenephridine (sp.) It is an over the counter decongestant, but is slowly being taken out of medications because of its potential for abuse. Side effects include elevated blood pressure, headache, dizziness, rapid heart beat.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, definitely not a prescription med.

The name is actually Wal-Phed, LOL! Here's an image:

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And the word she got lost on is Pseudoephedrine. This is a 12 hour tablet and yes, they are being pulled from the market, most area already gone, the few that are still available are usually kept in the pharmacy of most stores, so they can make sure you don't purchase more than state law allows.

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