Is A Gold Tablet With Cg Cg 31 31 Oxprenolol?

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HELP! Gold, oblong/rectangular tablet, CG CG on one side, 31 31 on other, both sides scored



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nenene Says:

Unable to locate this medication from a manufacturer. It could be an over the counter medication.

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nenene Says:

If it is a form of oxprenolol then it would be a medication used for high blood pressure. It causes diarrhea, headache, dizziness, and nervousness.

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Verwon Says:

I found it, the poster just misread the imprint as they are very hard to make out on these pills. It is actually CG GC TE 31.

This is Trileptal 300mgs, Oxcarbazepine. This is a med used to control partial seizures in someone with epilepsy and can also be used to treat facial nerve pain in people who suffer from Trigeminal Neuralgia.

So it is not Oxprenolol.


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nenene123 Says:

I'm impressed!

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Verwon Says:

Wow, thanks. That comment means a lot coming from you.

Anyway, after you have been doing this for awhile, you begin to get the idea of how a lot of people think or interpret something, especially those who aren't familiar with, or don't know a lot about pills. Once I saw that image, I could easily see how they could interpret the imprint to be CG CG 31 31, as a matter of fact, if you read it across one, the first two figures only, on each side of the pill, then flip it, the others look like CG 31 again because of the way they stylized the letters.

I have had some people who were amazed that I figured out what a pill was, but once you get used to it, it is kind of just like reading a docs handwriting, you develop a knack for it.

You are getting there as well, it just takes some practice and reading many posts.


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nenene123 Says:

I prefer to decipher sloppy handwriting than trying to guess what letter or number is on a medication. There are so many of them that are so close that it makes me nervous; however, fortunately, most of the pills and colors are different. You are real good at this. Remember, I just read the prescriptions and filled them most of the time. When someone would bring a pill and ask me to identify it I typically wouldn't, because the person(s) asking was usually the local druggies. The medication was typically some type of a narcotic that they stole from their elderly mother or grandmother.

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Verwon Says:

Yep, in the case I can't blame you for not id'ing it for them. I have a strict policy of not helping people learn how to abuse meds, or advising them on what something is or what it does. (That includes my own brother!!)

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nenene123 Says:

I think it is a good rule to have, as doing this for them knocks us down professionally. I dont want to be part of the blame later when someone OD's on a medication I identified for them, (though they usually ingest it whether I help them or not. They figure that since I am not helping them then it must be something good.)

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Verwon Says:

LOL! I just had someone who told me that all the people on these types of sites are junkies, hoping they scored the right pill and by helping them, I am aiding and abetting.

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nenene123 Says:

Oh please, spare me! Maybe it was a junkie you were talking to. I think this site is a good way for parents to stay on top of their teens and the possiblity of abusing medications. Also, some people who aren't accustomed to taking medication need to know if something is addictive or could interfere with other meds.

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Verwon Says:

That's okay, the same person said I was comitting fraud by identifying pills for people and not having a pharmaceutical license, because It is much more complicated that just looking up the imprints!

Right. I am not prescribing the stuff, just telling them what is it.

The person who said this stuff is a total idiot. Trust me on that.


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nenene Says:

Many many pharmacists do not know as much as you and others here do. Pharmacists do not spend a lot of time looking up medication as they just have to read the prescription and most everything is already in their computer. Just a push of the button!

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Verwon Says:

I understand that, a lot of times, people take pills in and asked what they are, and the pharmacists are stumped, that is why so many people resort to the internet. Since the pharmacist fills scrips and they don't always keep PDRs or various databases around to search in, if it isn't a pill they are familiar with, you are out of luck. And some of them, don't like to ID them, and of course, some just don't want to deal with customers and their questions at all. I never could get a straight answer from the head pharmacist here, he is a joke and a half. I asked him a question, first he says, no don't do that, I asked why, as I was just asking about taking my two morphine pills at seperate times to try to lengthen the pain relieving duration, then he said, well yeah you could, and that was it. He had no idea about how often I should take them or anything. Just incredible. LOL!

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