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this is an oblonged white pill, with nothing on the back, can anyone tell me what this is? i search some of the pill identifier sites, please help

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Verwon Says:

This is a LoHIst 12hour tablet, it is an antihistamine that contains the active ingredient Brompheniramine, it is used to relieve the congestion associated with colds and allergies.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and dry mouth.

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