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Small white round pill imprinted with 7 or L

Looking to see what this medication is. It just has a 7 or an L on it. White and round. ## Hello doubtful, I believe the pill you are talking about is an Ovarig. Here is some information. One thing to note is that Oravig pills are round but have one flat side imprinted with an L but the other side is spherical. Active Ingredients: -Miconazole 50mg Inactive Ingredients: -Hypromellose -Starch, Corn -Lactose Monohydrate -Sodium Lauryl Sulfate -Magnesium Stearate -Talc -Casein NDC: 89141-250 Labeler: Dara Biosciences, Inc. Size: 8mm Shape: Round Color: White Imprint: L Here is a link to the manufacturers site Oravig.com I hope this information is helpful.

small white round pill l on front

Small round white pill with the letter L printed on the front and nothing on the back ## There is a tablet manufactured by Par Pharmaceuticals that matches this description, which they list as being a 50mg Oravig tablet, it contains the active ingredient Miconazole and is used to treat fungal infections, such as vaginal yeast. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with?

Round White Pill With The Letter L

Found these in my car...white dime size pill/tablet with a risen rim around the outer edge and a capital L in the center, nothing on the other side? ## This was a difficult pill to identify! But I did find an exact match to your imprint and description. It is Oravig (50 mg); also known by it's generic name "Miconazole". This medication is an azole antifungal indicated for the local treatment of oropharyngeal candidiasis in adults. The link below has detailed information on this pill as well as a photo of it (if you scroll down towards the end of the page): I hope this helps!


Has any one had taken Oravig for oral thrush. I had been prescribed several antibiotics over a 4 month period and developed oral thrush. I have been prescribed other prescriptions for the thrush with no success. I have now been on Oravig for 7 days with 7 more to go. I am wondering if anyone else has had success with it and if so, how long did it take before you saw results? Thanks! ## Oravig contains the active ingredient Miconazole. The number of days you are on it is the normal length of its use. As with any medication, it helps some people and there are others that it does not work for. The only way to see if it works for you is to use it for the full 14 days and see if it clears up the Thrush. You may experience some side effects, such as: nausea, diarrhea, headache and altered sen...


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