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What Does Wat Mean following a prescription drug

The drug I'm taking is probenecid 500mg tablet wat....what does " wat" mean ... Drug was given to me and a patient advisory leaflet was given to me and that's when I noticed "wat" at the end of the drug received .....It said :Probenecid 500 mg tablet wat ? ## Hi Robert, Based on my research "WAT" stands for the name of the manufacturer. So it could just be an abbreviation for Watson Pharmaceuticals. The way that it's listed on Costco.com's pharmacy page, depicts it as being the manufacturer's name as well: costco.com/Pharmacy/DrugInfo.aspx?p=1&SearchTerm=a&Drug=PROBENECID I hope this info helps to answer your question!

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MYLAN 156

YELLOW OVAL ## The pill which you are describing is Probenecid (500 mg), which is primarily used in treating gout and hyperuricemia. More details about this medication are available at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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Does Probenecid and Colchicine contain Hydrocodone ?

is hydrocodone in this medicacian - Probenecid 0.5mg and Colchicine 500mgs? Please help ## The medication which you are describing does not contain Hydrocodone - the combination of ingredients listed indicates that Probenecide and Colchicine are the only active ones. You should just double check the container to verify what the active ingredients are...

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Dan Dan 5325

white oblong dan dan on one side and 5325 on the other ## Pill Image This is Probenecid 0.5mgs and Colchicine 500mgs, this is primarily used to treat gout by reducing the amount of uric acid in the body.

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