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White oval pill P5

I'm trying to identify a medium size pill that is deeply scored on one side down the middle & the other side has P5. Is it possibly a muscle relaxer or steroid or blood pressure pill? ## I located a white oval pill with P5 on one side and on the other side is a deep score line down the middle like you said. This particular pill is reportedly identified as Hydrocortisone 5mg... This medication has a wide range of uses including but not limited to arthritis, adrenal support, inflammation, GI disorders, allergies, asthma and more... NDC: 42543-140 Labeler: Vensun Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Markings: P;5 Shapes: Oval Colors: White Size (mm): 8 Inactive Ingredients: -Lactose Monohydrate -Cellulose, Microcrystalline -Silicon Dioxide -Magnesium Stearate I hope this helps!

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idroneomicil

eye drop 5 ml dropping bottle (POLI INDUSTRIA CHIMICA S.p.a) ## This medicine appears to be from Italy. The active ingredients (in italian) are: IDROCORTISONE + NEOMICINA + NAFAZOLINA I dont completely know what those translate to. I think the first two ingredients translate to: - Hydrocortisone - Neomycin Not sure what NAFAZOLINA is. Hydrocortisone is used to treat itching and swelling. Neomycin is an antibiotic. Hope this limited info is helpful! ## I got these drops on a trip to Dominican Republic when I accidently poked my eye with a broken (still jagged) nail. I had tore my cornea and these drops were sent from heaven. I have the ingredients as 100 mL contain: hydrocortisone acetate 1g neomycin sulfate 0.5g naphthylmethyl imidazoline nitrate 0.1g After not being able to open my eye...

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HC ointment

HC cream 2.5% ## Hello, I hope you are having a wonderful day. I would just like to add some additional information here on the hydrocortisone 2.5 cream. All information provided is sourced from the National Insitute of Health and is based on the brand name Proctozone-HC. NDC: 64980-324 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Hydrocortisone 25mg in 1 g INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: - Water - Propylene Glycol - Glyceryl Monostearate - Cholesterol - Isopropyl Myristate - Polysorbate 60 - Cetyl Alcohol - Sorbitan Monostearate - Polyoxyl 40 Stearate - Sorbic Acid - Methylparaben - Propylparaben Packager: Rising Pharmaceuticals, Inc. I hope this information helps. Have a pleasant day.

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Greenstone Generic Hydrocortisone

I am a 69 year old female looking for a pharmacy in or near Hamburg, NY that carries Greenstone generics and specifically hydrocortisone. My reason for requesting this better generic was that I have recently been diagnosed with Addison's Primary, after suffering and dealing with adverse effects since at least 2005 for two days, then again in 2012 for 9 days until getting what we now know was an incorrect diagnosis of SIADH. I researched the hydrocortisone generic Greenstone was far better to use. I could use some assistance in finding just who carries this brand of generic. Thank you. ## Hello, Diane! How are you? I'm sorry, but unfortunately, there is no listing of what pharmacy carries the product from any given manufacture, because such information is very dynamic, and may ch...

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medicine mix up I'm in hospital need a pill identified!

I am on clonidine .3 I got a pill i didnt recognize and it had 3580 on it with a cursive V on the back and I looked it up and its hydrocortisone 20 milligram I went on 5 different sites it said the same thing. I even called poison control I told the doctors and nurses my concern and they're still telling me that it's a clonidine however they have no proof no pictures nothing and if I was wrong why would even poison control is saying that its hydrocodizone it has 3580 a cursive v on the other side it's a white big Pill about 10 millis is anybody can help me I would really appreciate it because I'm inpatient hospital and if the manufacturer is not putting the right meds in the correct package just that's a problem ## Kris I can confirm what you're reporting - I...

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can i use hydrocortisone cream 2 5 for hemorrhoids

i have hemorrhoids and i have some hrocortisone 2.5% and want to know if i can use this and would it help? ## Hello, Mr. Smith! How are you? Yes, Hydrocortisone is often prescribed to help shrink hemorrhoids, it is even an ingredient in some suppositories and ointments. However, you should always check with your medical provider regarding the safety of you using it. It may not be safe to use if you have a medical condition, such as high blood pressure. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Can I use canex v clotrimazole 10 mg for treating piles

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Hydrocortisone 7.5-325 is equal to methadone hcl 10?

I take methadone hcl 10 MG tab for Fibromyalgia. I have hydrocortisone Apap 7.5 325MG tab as a backup to help when the pain gets too intense. But I'm out of town and I'm out of methadone. I have hydroco. My question to you is, how many hydroco do I need to take a day to equal to the methadone. I'm take the methadone 4 times a day. ## There is really no way to compare the two and give you an equivalent dosage. It also doesn't contain Hydrocortisone, the narcotic opiate in it is Hydrocodone. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, it may also cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, and headache. How often have you been told to take the Hydrocodone? What are the prescribing instructions?

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cp 331 round white pill

Having problems after taking for 3 months I need it for Addison Disease and all the symptoms I had before have returned. Now have terrible headaches ,blurred vision, trouble walking and talking. I have complained to Humana Phamacy and was told even though the size is smaller than what I was taking it is still same drug. ## This tablet is manufactured by Core Pharma and they list it as containing 5mgs of Hydrocortisone. Is that the medication you usually take? The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, acne, and fluid retention. Are you on any other medications? Have your symptoms ever returned, before?

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Idroneomicil Drops

Idroneomicil-----the pharmacy gave Idroneomicil drops to my husband for an ear infection...I was reading on the Internet that it is for an eye infection. So my question is: #1. Will they hurt or harm his ears now that he has been using them.???....and, #2. Will it do his ear infection any good?? TYIA. ## Where can l get them drops for my eyes l went to santo Domingo l got them they work on me. ## Drops that are sterilized for use in the eye can be used in the ear, as well, but you should not use ear drops in the eye, since they are not sterile. Typical side effects may include a feeling of ear fullness, clogging, and drainage. Is there anything else I can help with?

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hydrocortisone aceta 5 325 stamped on it ip466

I would like to know what the lP 466 stamped on the pill means?all the pills I have looked up do not have the some stamping on them did I get the wrong pills? It is hydrocortisone/aceta 5-325 an it's a big pill. ## Hello, Rocky! How are you? The markings on prescription pills enable them to be identified, in case of emergency. The markings are logged with the FDA and enable you to identify the active ingredient, the dosage and the manufacturer of the medication. Imagine paramedics being called, because someone has overdosed and is unconscious, there are various pills scattered around them….in order to provide the proper treatment, they need to be able to discover what the person took. They can use various resources to look them up by the markings on them, to discover what the ...

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hydrocortisone cream for hemoroid

Can my pharmacist substitute hydrocortisone 2.5% cream for Proctosol-HC? Prescription wrote for Proctosol-HC 2.5%, I received hydrocortisone 2.5% cream. ## Hello, Lynn! How are you? Yes, unless your doctor designates on the prescription that you must be given the name brand, the pharmacist actually has to substitute a generic in it's place, if one is available. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this cream as possibly including irritation, redness, burning and itching. Is there anything else I can help with?

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vari hydrocortisone

Good day I have a bad rash on my leg for over 3 weeks i have been to the doctor twice for meds I still have the rush looks little better leg was on fire and swollen with blisters I have been using sulbecor cream want to know if I use vain hydrocortisone will this help

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hydrocortisone side effects and treatment

I took a shot of hydrocortisone injection this morning at 8am and after 3-4hours, I began experiencing weakness in the left lower limp (from the waist to the toes). Before or initially, there was no movement but now slight movement taking place. I took the injection because of gout pains. I need your advice.

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what is the use of candid b cream

can the cream be used to soothe burning sensation in the rectal area... ## Hello, Miz! How are you? It is doubtful, this is an antifungal cream that is typically used to treat yeast infections or ringworm. Do you have piles? They can often cause anal burning, bleeding and pain. If so, then you will most likely need a hydrocortisone cream to help shrink them and alleviate the burning. Its typical side effects, as listed by the U.S. FDA, may possibly include skin redness, irritation and itching. Have you consulted your doctor?

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otolone ear drop - verification

Will it unclog my ear? Looking for verification that it should work. ## Hello, Louie! How are you? Was this medication prescribed for you? It could help, since one of the active ingredients is Hydrocortisone, which is a steroid that can help reduce inflammation. The U.S FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including headache, dizziness, ear irritation and drainage. Have you consulted your doctor? This could be due to ear wax build up, as listed by the NIH.

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vari hydrocortisone what is it used for is it for the virgin

My vergina is itchy and I was given vari- hydrocortisone at the clinic ## My vagina is itching. Can I use Vari-Hydrocirtisone

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How do I use HC without getting an adrenal rush

Please wouls someone be so kind to share with me how I should use my HC tablets to improve my adrenal issues. I have Hashimoto thyroid problemd. I am on Synthroid and also used a T3 Cytomel. I had to drop the T3 to first deal with my afrenal issues. I am inlind to be ver shaky so bsd that at times I csn hardly hold a cup. My cortisol levels are ver low. I started HC 2 months ago. Taken in divided dosrs as following. 7Am 7.5 mg. 11 Am 5 mg,1 Pm 5 mg, 4 Pm 5 mg and 2.5 mg at bed time. I find that I wake up st 5 am and start to feel sweatty and shaky. I take my Synthroid at 6 Am. At times find that I feel more shaky with tremors. My thyroid levels are still a bit low bu has increased since taking the 25 mg of HC but could it be that I need to take more or less. Am I doing something wrong t...

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use of Oxerute Cream

what is use of Oxerute Cream(Troxerutin + Calcium Dobesilate + Lignocaine + Hydrocortisone + Zinc + Phenylephine ) ## how act oxerute cream in anal rectum. i operated fissure but skin is not joint in sphicnter due to improper dressing according to doctor he prescribed oxerute cream and antibiotic.is cream is useful or not?have u any suggestion plz suggest me ## Hi shahid, The only information I've come across regarding Oxerute cream, is in regards to the two main ingredients Troxerutin and Calcium Dobesilate. Those ingredients are bioflavanoids that help with capillary health. Below is some individual information about the other ingredients you mentioned: Lignocaine (also known as Lidocaine): This ingredient is a common local anesthetic and antiarrhythmic drug. Lidocaine is used top...

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corodol injections

tell me about corodol injections ## Hello, Delilah! How are you? Did you mean Cortisol? It is listed by the FDA as containing Hydrocortisone, which is a steroid class medication, it is often used to treat allergic reactions, swelling and immune disorders. Typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, administration site reactions, fluid retention and acne.

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I have a prescription for hydrocortisone

I have a prescription for hydrocortisone start date is 1-2-14 for dental work. I since have been talking more that my friend gave me and have a drug test (hair test) if I give them my prescription will they test for levels over time or just the drug itself. Due to the fact my friends were a higher dose

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