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kemad 5 vs dine 5

My doctor prescribed me Kemad 5. But the pharmacy could not give me Kemad 5 . Instead they gave me dine 5 . Are they the same. Please let me know . ## Hello, Tgroy! How are you? They both contain the active ingredient Procyclidine, so they are the same medication and used to treat the same conditions. Learn more Kemad/Dine 5 details here. This medication is most commonly used to treat conditions such as drug-induced parkinsonism, acute dystonia and Parkinson's Disease. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank u so much for the info.

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p m s 305 white pill

round white pill pms on one side 305 on the other side with a line in the center. 305 is above the centered line ## what is white pill PMS 305? ## PMS-Procyclidine 5mg

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white round pill pe 5 on it

white round pill with g on 1side and pe over a number5 on the other side. it looks like a df118 ## This actually contains 5mgs of Procyclidine, it is used to treat the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and to reduce some of the side effects associated with Antipsychotic medications. Is there anything else I can help you with?

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