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white oval pill rp144

lactase enzyme ## Just to confirm, The white oval pill in question marked "RP 144" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter Lactase enzyme for treating lactose intolerance. For verification, the manufacturer is Raritan Pharmaceuticals (hence the "RP"). Unfortunately, Raritan Pharmaceuticals does not list products on their webpage. However, you can contact them directly for specific product information at: Raritan Pharmaceuticals Inc. 8 Joanna Court East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Phone: 732-432-8200 E-mail: I hope this helps!

White oblong pill G 193

Found two oblong white pills, about 14mm. Blank on one side, G193 printed on the other. No scoring on either side. I thought it was lactase ("dairy pills"), which are used for lactose intolerance. Please help! ## Hi Julie, Based on my investigation your thinking was spot-on! An oblong white pill imprinted "G 193" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet that goes by the name "Lactaid Fast Act". This product is indicated for use in treating lactose intolerance. It is said to contain enzymes that help aid in the digestion of dairy products. I hope this helps!


small oval with more of a pointy end on the oval, white pill with G60 on one side and 200 on the other ## I found one pill, small white oval with G60 on one side and 200 on the other. My husband has acid reflux, and it is in a container with my lactase tablets. I probaly should discard it, but I am curious as to what it is for. Thank you. ## Sorry, this isn't listed in the drug databases, so I can only assume it is something over the counter. ## I have one of these, too, and I cannot find what it might be. I don't believe it's ibuprofen, as one person said. I found it in a small unmarked bottle that also contained a 2 mg Valium, so I'm thinking it might be something similar.

white pill rp 143

i found these pills, and i looked to see what they were and they are white with an imprint of "rp143" on one side, and blank on the other. ## Hello, Noah! How are you? I'm sorry, but so far, I've not been able to find a listing for anything that matches this description. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## Noah, I take LACTASE 3MU AND MY PILLS are small (oval/rectangle) shape with imprint RP143 ## These are lactase enzyme pills--dairy relief for those will lactose intolerance. I know because I take them, and have a bottle here on my desk.

GDC 105 white oblong tablet

Gdc With The G Wrapping around the dc And It Says 105 to the right of the GDC. ## I can't find a listing for this exact marking, I am sure it's because this company makes over the counter products and they are therefore not required to log the imprints with the FDA. They make several different items that are sold as generics or store brands for products such as Tum and Pepto Bismol tablets. Does anyone else recognize this? ## I also cannot find any info on this specific pill. Any info about this white oblong pill with imprint GDC 105 is needed. ## i have the same pill. could it be a dairy relief pill like generic lactaid? ## Yes the pill is a lactase enzyme pill...generic version, mine were from CVS.

Oval white pill RP144

Could you please identify what this prescription is? ## This is an over the counter Lactase enzyme medication that's used to help with the digestion of dairy products in people that are Lactose intolerant. Learn more Lactase details here. Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with? ## What is hydrocodon rp144 white oval pill. What is it used for?


Found oblong pill with imprint RP144. What is it? ## What is the pill RP144 ## That's exactly the pill I got on here to try and identify. Neither this site or webmd has an answer. ## This is an over the counter item, which is why most sites will not have information on it. It is a lactase enzyme for those who are lactose intolerant. ## Oh - Thanks - I appreciate the information. It actually makes a lot more sense to me now :) ## It's an ultra-strength dairy tablet for lactose-intolerance. ## If this is a lactose intolerance medication, why is it not in any database? Not on WebMD, not on, not even my CVS Pharmacist could identify it. I would like to confirm what they are 100%, so if you can tell me what brand they are, I'd be very grateful. Thanks so much. ## It is ...

RPI 44

It is oblong and white in color ## Is it possible RP 144? If so, that's an over the counter product that contains enzyme to help those that are lactose intolerant to be able to digest dairy products. I can't find specifics on the exact ingredients, but they are available in most drug and grocery stores and are basically considered safe, unless someone has a medical condition prohibiting its use. Where did you find it? ## I'm about to pop one in my mouth now. RPI44, oblong white pill; mine is walmart's "Equate" (store brand) dairy digestive supplement (ie. lactase).

Round White Pill With Dol A

Round white pill imprinted with Dol and an A under tha ## The round white pill imprinted Dol A is a homeopathic remedy manufactured by Dolisos. Without a container or pill packet, the type of remedy is unknown. If the pill is out of a container it is considered tainted and should be thrown away. It is a lactase sugar based pill and is not harmful to the environment.


found it in bathroom ## From what I am finding, this is an over the counter product that is used to treat Lactose intolerance, it contains Lactase and is sold by several stores as a store brand. It's listed as being chewable and vanilla flavored. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Hi jake, If my research is correct, this medicine is a white, round, vanilla chewable tablet imprinted with "RP 101". This is a "Dairy Relief" Oral tablet - an enzyme supplement used to help people who have trouble digesting milk and other dairy products (lactose intolerance). Generic Name: Lactase Strength: 9,000 unit Additional details I found note that "The FDA has not reviewed this product for safety or effectiveness. Consult your doctor or pharmacist for more details.&#...

white oblong l113

white oblong caplet with imprint L113 ## The pill which you are describing is Lactase (3000 Unit), which is used primarily to break down lactose in milk to make it suitable for people with lactose intolerance. More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other quesitons or information to add? Please post back if you do...


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