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light green small round pill that has 39 on one side and is blank on the other

I found a small round light green pill with 39 on one side and blank on the other, and I cannot find it online. Do you know what it is? Curious to know, as I have a 17 year old in the home. ## Hello Brenda, I was able to find a pill that matches your description, the NIH lists this pill as a hyoscyamine sulfate pill which is used to treat stomach/intestinal problems such as cramps and irritable bowel syndrome. I have listed some additional information below, all information is sourced from the NIH directly. IMPRINT 39 INGREDIENTS Hyoscyamine Sulfate 0.125 mg LABEL AUTHOR Acella LLC COLOR Green SIZE 6mm SHAPE Round NDC 42192-339 INACTIVE INGREDIENTS - D&c Yellow No. 10 - Fd&c Blue No. 1 - Lactose Monohydrate - Magnesium Stearate - Mannitol - Starch, Corn - Stearic Acid I hope thi...

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ku 102

I got a prescription filled yesterday, and there's one pill that's different from the rest, don't know what it is.................small pale blue scored tablet with ku on one side and 102 on the other...what is this? ## HYOSCYAMINE SULFATE -- LEVSIN is effective as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of peptic ulcer. It can also be used to control gastric secretion, visceral spasm and hypermotility in spastic colitis, spastic bladder, cystitis, pylorospasm, and associated abdominal cramps. May be used in functional intestinal disorders to reduce symptoms such as those seen in mild dysenteries, diverticulitis, and acute enterocolitis; For use as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (irritable colon, spastic colon, mucous colitis) and functional gast...

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Identify white tablet KU 102

Ku 102 - color white - what is it? ## I have a prescription pill and I don't know what it is. It is oblong and white in color with identification marks L014. ## The tablet with the marking KU 102 is manufactured by Kremers Urban, and they list it as containing 0.125mgs of Hyoscyamine, which is commonly used to prevent intestinal spasms. NDC code: 62175-0102 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, flatulence, and abdominal cramping. Michelle, that is actually an over the counter tablet that contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic, or store brand of Tylenol. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, and stomach irritation. Is there anything I can help with?

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round white pill 12 a cl

white pill round CL on one side 12 on the other side ## County Line Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 0.125mgs of Hyoscyamine, which is most commonly used as a gastro-intestinal antispasmodic. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, and abdominal cramping. The inactive ingredients may possibly include: silicon dioxide crospovidone magnesium stearate mannitol sorbitol Is there anything else I can help with?

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Oblong green pill 255

What is a long dark green pill that says 255 on it? ## Closest match I could find is LL 255 Green capsule shaped pill which is hyoscyamine .375 mg extended release. This pill is used for IBS, Crohn's, and incontinence. The active ingredient (hyoscyamine) is sometimes used for anesthesia or premedication for endoscopy/radiology. Not sure if it's the same as what you're asking about. If there is no LL on it, it may be a pill manufactured in another country.

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round white pill with CL on one side and 12 on other

small round white pill with CL imprinted on one side and 12 imprinted on the other ## Small, white, round, a Cl on one side & 12 on the other ## This tablet is manufactured by County Line Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 0.125mgs of Hyoscyamine, which is mainly used as an antispasmodic to treat gastrointestinal disorders. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?

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hyoscyamine sulfate

irritable bowel , and ulcers ## Hyoscyamine is used to provide symptomatic relief to various gastrointestinal disorders including spasms, peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, pancreatitis, colic and cystitis. It has also been used to relieve some heart problems, control some of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, as well as for control of respiratory secretions in palliative care. To learn more about the use of Hyoscyamine and a complete list of side effects, please visit the link below... Do you have any more questions or concerns regarding this drug? Please post back if you do and I will be happy to help you. ## How long does this take to kick in. I've been taking it for two day. Stools aren't as watery but still loose. Take every four hours ## My mother in-law has co...

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hyoscyamine sulfate 125mg and excessive salivation

How long does it take for hyoscyamine sulfate to work if you are using it for excessive salivation? ## Most medications can take about 4 to 5 weeks to reach their full level of efficacy in the body. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, and diarrhea. Has there been any change, yet? Are you on any other medications?

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RP 115 tablet

What is this? It's a large flat grayish tablet ## Hi Lillie, Just had a few questions pertaining to your pill description: Is the RP and 115 on the same side of the tablet? What shape is the tablet? Any possibility that the "R" could be an "A", based on the font or pill condition? The closest match I've seen here is a white oblong shaped pill with AP on one side and 115 on the back. This particular tablet reportedly contains 0.375 mg of Hyoscyamine sulfate ER; used for treating various digestive problems, including IBS. For verification, the manufacturer who makes this is called Franklin Pharma and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 50532-0115. I hope this helps! ## We just found the same tablet, it was large and whitish, with RP 115 on the same side...

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hyoscyamine so4 0375mg ext rel tab

I need this medican. It seems, that it has been taken off the market. I cannot take subsitutes. Please advise where I might purchase this drug. Thanks, Jo Ann Ghormley ## I'm sorry, I really wish I had some advice for you. Hyoscyamine is an antispasmodic, commonly used to treat certain stomach and bowel issues. I am uncertain why it was removed from the market, it may have been caught in the recent FDA investigations into drugs that they had never actually approved. Have you tried any other alternatives and have you spoken to your doctor about it? ## Drugstore.com seems to sell it in 0.125mg tablets. Are you restricted to a particular manufacturer, dose, or form? I hope this helps and good luck! ## 0.375 Hyoscyamine ER can be purchased at CVS. That is where I buy mine. ## I took hyo...

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Round white pill 10

Found this cleaning my house I just rented and don't know what this is it is small white pill split down the middle on one side and the other side says 10 ## So far, I've found two different possibilities in the NIH database. If the numbers are more square, it could be a medication manufactured by Virtus Pharmaceuticals, which they list as containing 0.125mgs of Hyoscyamine, which is used to treat conditions such as IBS, Chron's disease, and other gastro-intestinal issues. If they are rounder, then it could be a tablet that is manufactured by Accord Healthcare, which they list as containing 10mgs of Glipizide, which is most commonly used to treat diabetes. There may be other possibilities, as well. I'll keep looking and post back, as I find them, so maybe we can narrow i...

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Irritable bowel syndrome

Dr diagnosed me with Ibs, but don't have diarrhea or conspation just pain on upper right side of the rib cage on hystomine and pain is still there, how long does it take for complete relief? ## Hello, Sandra! How are you doing? Has there been any change? It can take 4 to 6 weeks for most medications to reach their full level of efficacy in your body, according to the FDA. Unfortunately, I am not quite certain what medication you are talking about, so I can't be more specific. Can you please post back and clarify? I can't find anything under the name you've provided. What you eat and drink can also affect IBS, so you may want to make sure you're eating a mild diet. ## To Vernon, on the subject of IBS the medicine that I am taking is hyoscyamine generic for levbid. Sti...

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little round green pill 39

Found this pill at my fathers, and it doesn't match his other meds. it's little green, small round, blank on one side and imprinted with a 39 on the other side.. Anyone know what it is? it concerns me... ## Hi Roxie, I'm actually looking at an image of this pill as I respond to you and it's reportedly identified as a 0.125 mg Hyoscyamine sulfate sublingual tablet (peppermint flavor). According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Hyoscyamine is indicated for use in treating GI tract disorders, such as IBS symptoms, colitis, stomach ulcers, Parkinson's, nausea, overactive bladder, and even pain associated with a number of other ailments in that region of the body. Just to confirm, the pill I'm looking at is small, round and green (a dulled down shade of green...

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what is hyoscyam

I acquired P. HYOSCYAM in a large antique looking tin and am wondering if anyone can provide further information on it? I was told it could possibly be from the civil war era. ## Hello, Ben! How are you? Yes, it is most likely very old. Hyoscyamine is an antispasmodic that is used to treat conditions, such as IBS, peptic ulcers, pancreatitis and cystitis. It is not very commonly used, anymore. Though, it is still available in the U.S. via prescription. Typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include dry mouth, dry throat, eye pain, blurred vision, dizziness and flushing. It can be toxic, if someone takes too much, so it has to be dosed very carefully. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I seriously doubt the pills are from the civil war era. The tin possibly is f...

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Expired Hyoscyamine prescription, is it safe?

I Have Severe Ulcer Pain And have Taken Hyoscyamine Sublingual Tabs With Good Results. I have meds But The Prescription Is Expired From 2007. Is It Safe To Take Now? ## According to Harvard Medical School family health article, except in rare cases (i.e. tetracycline), there is little chance of danger due to taking medications even up to 15 years beyond their expiration date. This conclusion was based upon a study conducted at the request of the US military due to stockpiles of expensive drugs they could otherwise need to replace every few years. The conclusion was that 90% of those drugs remained effective 10 - 15 years after the expiration date. Source: health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/update1103a.shtml But the question is whether the drug you have kept happens to be one of these drugs ...

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Still in pain, need advice

Well I've been prescribed hyocyamine 0.125mg sub vir. I'm supposed to take it every 6 hours for my lower abdomen pains However I'm still in pain, can I take more or should I just sit through the pain. ## Hello, Julio! How are you? It would be best not to change your dosage, without your doctor's approval. This medication isn't an actual analgesic, it works by decreasing the motion of your stomach and intestines. I can also take several weeks to reach its full level of efficacy in your body. How long have you been taking it? The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, bloating and blurred vision.

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how long does hyoscyamine take to work

I took pill 3 hours ago and i am in the same amount of pain if not more than when i went to hospital. Could i possibly been misdiagnosed with ibs. ## Hello, Jess! How are you? Well, this isn't actually an analgesic, so it's not going to relieve pain. What Hyoscyamine does is help alleviate the intestinal spasms associated with IBS and other gastrointestinal disorders, but it will take some time for it to reach its full level of efficacy in your body. You should only take it as prescribed and give a few weeks, to see if it works for you. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dry mouth, blurred vision, dizziness and flushing. Is there anything else I can help with?

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white round pill with one side split line in the other

I found a white pill it has just the number 10 and a split on the other side to half it I can't find it anywhere on the internet to figure what this is do u have any idea of what it could be ## @kailani, Based on your description, information I'm finding shows that a round white pill marked with the number 10 on one side and scored on the other is identified as a 0.125 mg Hyoscyamine sulfate tablet, manufactured by Virtus Pharma. Hyoscyamine is generally prescribed for treating disorders associated with the gastrointestinal tract, but lists a variety of other uses as well from bladder spasms, irritable bowels, heart conditions, parkinson's, etc... You can learn more about this drug on the page for Hyoscyamine Details I hope this helps!

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white round pill from puerto rico 20 scored

I was given this pill and told it was from puerto rico when visiting but told me she took it from her niece wwho was getting high from it. its not tiny but a small white round pill thats scored on 1 side aand 20 on the other. ## Hi Maria, I don't know if this pill could be related, but from what I'm finding online the closest match is a white round pill with "10" on one side and scored on the other; just like how you described it. I was initially thinking that they might be the same drug with a lesser dosage, but this particular pill I came across is made here in the US. It's identified as a 10mg Hyoscyamine sulfate tablet, used for GI tract disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome and other related conditions. I noticed that they also make a 20mg version as well, ...

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Hyoscyamine (Levsin)

My mother's nursing home says they can no longer give my mother this drug because it is no longer being made. Is this true? Two days without the drug and she starts throwing up from too much saliva in her stomach. She is 89 and will die without it. Is there another equivalant drug avaliable?? Please tell me where to turn. Thanks so much. Virginia Holloway Baton Rouge, La. vaholloway at aol ## Hi Virginia, From what I found, it is just a rumor that it has been withdrawn from the market. "RUMOR: Hyoscyamine (Levsin, Levbid, etc) is going off the market. TRUTH: All hyoscyamine products are unapproved. They came on the market before FDA approval was required. The FDA hasn't taken any action against these products...yet. But several companies have voluntarily withdrawn their prod...

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