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Round White Pill G Over 1 on one side other nothing

one side smooth and the other G over 1. The pill is round. ## white round pill with G over 1 on one side ## This is another one that I've spent several days checking for, off an on, and have run searches in all of our prescription drug resources, but I am just not locating anything on it. Can you tell me anything else about it? Is the G a capital letter? It it rounded, angular, stylized? Was it found in the U.S.? ## G over 1 white round -could be from europe-was given pills to take while in haiti and cant figure out what this one is-doesnt look like malarone and i think it might just have been a mistake -Haitian pharmacies are a joke-very different from here-didnt want to not finish a prescription if this was just a different brand from some other pill prescribed- ## It is a Kroger ...

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Intetrix and malarone interactions

Can I take intetrix and malarone at the same time? Are there any contraindications? One was prescribed for malaria prevention and the other for giardia.

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malanil

Has anyone taking malanil ever had severe itching especially on you palms? ## Hello, Judy! How are you doing? Sorry about the itching. Malanil/Malarone is actually often the preferred choice for malaria treatment or prophylaxis, because it's well tolerated and doesn't commonly cause problematic side effects and even among the ones that have been known to occur, itching isn't typically one of them. Learn more Malanil details here. Have you consulted your doctor about the problem?

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gx cn3 round pink tablet

small pink round tablet one face has nothing on it & the other face divided into two parts one has gx on it & the other part has cn3 on it ## I just recieved my supposedly vitamin d 50,000 IU prescribsion, but instead of the green oval gel capsules, I recieved a reddish brown tablet that had nothing on one side and on the other side it had a GX on the top and CM3 on the bottom. The pharmacist said it was an old version of vitamin d that they never switched out but I have no clue if this statement was true! I was just wondering if he was telling the truth, and if not then what the heck was I given? Please help ## I know you probably don't care anymore, but its Malarone, a drug used to prevent and cure malaria.

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malarone pills

Malaria pills ## is it possible to break the malarone pediatric tablet into powder and then give to a kid with water since he can't swallow pills?

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