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white oblong pill with LO54

I have a bubble pack of these. When I break one out it has the LO54 etched on them. They are Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride 120mg tablets .. I think a generic form of the SUDAFED 12 Hours Release tablets ## Are there any left hopefully discounted I have sinusitis thank you ## Hello Malongo, You are correct. According to the National Institute of Health L054 is the generic imprint used to mark 12 hour nasal decongestant pills and the one you have could be any one of the dozens of companies that use this imprint.Thanks for putting the info out there. If you want info on your specific pill just let me know the brand and I can look up all the information regarding that specific pill for you. Have a great day.

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60 mg pseudoephedrine hci

Can i take that many mg? ## It depends on what you are using it for, and the safety would depend on other pre-existing medical conditions as well as other drugs you may be taking for any other conditions. Ask your pharmacist to check for any possible interactions and if you have questions, you could always consult with the prescriber. I am taking a cold medicine at the moment that contains 120 mg of psuedoephedrine, I take it every 4 hours and have had no adverse reactions. Hope this helps some. ## Is that the dosage of the given pill? It really depends on what your doctor thinks is safe for you, and what condition is being treated, as well as other conditions like Cheryl advised. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache nervousness, heada...

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Can u tell me what this pill is white oblong imprint 204

White oblong pill blank and smooth on one side and imprint 204 on other not scored ## Ohm Laboratories lists this tablet as containing 120mgs of Pseudoephedrine, which most often used to treat cold and congestion. (NDC 51660-204) The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, insomnia, and anorexia. Is there anything else I can help with?

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How Long Does It Stay In Your System Pseudoephedrine

I have taken pseudoephedrine daily for the last week. I have to take a drug test the day after tomorrow. It's a urinalysis. How likely is it that I will have a false positive for meth? How long does pseudoephedrine stay in your body? ## Hi Ractu, While it is true that Pseudoephedrine may be detected as amphetamines (speed), the likely-hood is largely dependent upon the quality of the drug test. A lot of these standardized drug tests have a fairly high false-positive response, where it seems as though anything is likely to show up no matter what you took. To my knowledge, false positives are known to occur on them anywhere from 4 to 50% of the time. If you're in need of any statements claiming that this drug can in-fact cause a false positive for meth, I'd recommend referring...

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pseudoephedrine

## what is pseudo ephedrine for? ## need 4 hour, equate brand, pseudophedrine. previous and current sinus conditions, was on pseudovent but company quit making it. ## It is most commonly used a as a decongestant. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, irritability, and insomnia. Roger, have you tried asking at your pharmacy? Most of the medications that contain Pseudoephedrine are kept behind the counter, now. They do not require a prescription, but you do have to provide ID and sign for them, due to how much there were being abused, and how many people were using them to make illegal substances.

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fedac syrup

Is Fedac syrup safe for babies? There are arguments re the medication because of a baby vomitting after being fed with it. The child's father was told by another doctor that Fedac should be given to children 2 years and above. ## I am not sure which syrup you are referring to, since there are two, however, that is correct from the information listed, none are listed with dosaged for us in children under 2 years of age. Fedac syrup contains Pseudoephedrine, Tripolidine and there is one that also includes Codeine, which is a narcotic. There is concern over adults using Pseudoephedrine and Codeine, so they are generally not recommended in children. Have you spoken to your doctors about your concerns? ## May I know the correct Fedac syrup dosage for 14 months old

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Claritin D causing a false positive on drug tests for methamphetamine

If I tested positive for methamphetamine because of claritin d (and now that sample is sent to be retested at the lab), can they tell it was a false positive? ## Claritin D has ephedrine in it. Just simply explain that you took claritin D. It's not technically a false positive because it contains a key component. ## J, I'm not 100% sure but I believe that Clariton D has pseudoephedrine HCL in it which would show up as you using Meth. I've had the same problem with an OTC sinus medication that I take coming back as being positive for Meth. I paid for a confirmation test($32) which came back as being negative for Meth. I hope this helps. ## My dad has been with the same company for 28 years and they switched owners. Well they did a drug test for everyone and my dad doesn't...

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actiwhite pill with gg 296 does this contain pseudoephedrine

i was wondering if the pill marked with gg 296 contains pseudoephedrine or not some medications with the marks gg do contain and i want to make sure ## No, it does not. This tablet is manufactured by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 10mgs of Loratadine, which is an antihistamine, it's a generic or store brand of Claritin, which is available over the counter. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How many pills are recommended to take at once for when you first feel the symptoms of seasonal allergies

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white pill 4434

What's the name and what's it used for ## Hi Chetniks, Just out of curiosity, what shape is this pill you're describing? So far, the closest match I've seen is a round white pill imprinted with L434 on one side and scored on the back. [Pseudoephedrine 60mg + Triprolidine 2.5mg]. I've also seen an oblong white pill imprinted with L484 - albeit the 8 could probably be mistaken for a 3 depending on the condition of the pill. [Acetaminophen 500mg] Lastly, I've also come across an oblong white pill imprinted with 44 334. [Acetaminophen 250 mg + Aspirin 250 mg + Caffeine 65 mg] Do any of these sound like a remote possibility?

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sudomyl 60mg

white round 8.5mm ## Sudomyl contains the active ingredient Pseudoephedrine, commonly used as a decongestant. Common side effects may include: nausea, insomnia, nervousness and anxiety. You can read more about this medication here: Did you have any other questions? ## Does anyone know about Sudomyl's current availability? I have had this before and find it to be really good. ## All I would like to know is , Is there a substitute pill out there that I can use. Its only because I am totally against the drug 'P' and I'm worried that it could become a problem .

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Is Comtrex Still Available

walgreem doesnt have comtrex, where can i get it ## Yes, Comtrex is still available, however, since it contains Pseudoephedrine, along with Acetaminophen and Chlorpheniramine as the active ingredients, it is now kept behind the pharmacy counter. You'll have to go to the pharmacy and ask for it, which means presenting an ID and signing for the purchase. Is there anything else I can help with? ## You cannot find this behind pharmacy counters any more - I bought some while in Erie, PA for the hollidays at Giant Eagle. Amazon also carries the drug but at a very expensive price. ## Can you still find comtrex cold medicine otc? Like at CVS or walgreens ## comtrex was the best out there for a cold and sore throat can't find it anywhere don't know why they took it off the shelf. ## ...

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Buy Pseudoephedrine online

I am trying to find Pseudoephedrine or ephedrine online to purchase at a resonable price and am having a very hard time finding it. Could you help me, please? ## And exactly how much do you need to buy that you just can't go into your local pharmacy and pick up a package? ## I need to be prescribed pseudoephedrine as well. Sudafed doesn't work anymore. Are there any generic 120mg tabs anymore? ## Both Lucky and Wal-Mart sell the generic type you seek. Equate @Wal. and Equiline @ luck. Must be 24 pills per box. works for 12-hrs Important: type D. They will ask for I.D.as the Gov. keeps track monthly. ## A quoi sert exactement ce medicament merci de me repondre ## Are you accusing him of something or not?? What's your deal? Your not his mom. ## If you need something that works...

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decondine

sunward ## Decondine contains Tripolidine and Pseudoephedrine, it is used to treat cough and cold. Common side effects can include: nausea, insomnia, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else i can help you with? ## is the decondine will effect the pregnancy? ## Can I administer a tab of Sunward Decondine (Triprolidine) -2.5mg to my 10 years old boy?

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pill small red round pill 251

round, red, small, coated pill with the number 251 on one side, other side is blank ## This tablet contains 30mgs of Pseudoephedrine, a generic for Sudafed. This is a decongestant. ## I did a search on iPhone program and it said this is Nortriptyline, 35 mg. ## Thank you for all the help but we have neither of those meds in our house. I am wondering if it is something called Uricalm, which is a pill for bladder and urinary tract pain, and it is more a reddish orange than true red. It is a bit new on the market and sold at Walmart, also they are changing to a different dosage so maybe this pill wasn't around long enough to be identified. I will keep looking and double check the numbers on the pill. ## I receivd an Email asking if this was resolvèd for me. It was not so i threw t...

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Taking Fedac Daily to Sleep for months.. Side effects?

I've been taking Fedac daily to fall asleep as I have difficulties sleeping. I have been taking it for months. Should I be worried for any side effects? ## Hello, Arpeggi! How are you? Yes, this medication is listed as containing Pseudoephedrine and Triprolidine and long-term use of the Pseudoephedrine can be dangerous, it can cause elevated blood pressure and heart rate. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly including nausea, dizziness and headache. It's amazing that it helps you sleep as it usually tends to cause insomnia in most people. Have you consulted a doctor to see what you can safely take to help with your insomnia? ## Many thanks for the reply, I have not spoke to a doctor about it yet. Maybe I should. I've tried to be less dependent on it, but to...

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Cetirizn HCL 5mg Pseudoephedrine HCI 120mg p65652

yellow sz 912 ## Yes, that is what this contains, in a time release formulation. This is used to treat symptoms of cold, flu and allergies. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry mouth drowsiness. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## What can i take from off-the-shelf-pharmacy to resolve stubborn/constant blocked nose? FYI I have sinus problem as well as asthma history. ## Can pseudoephedrine 120mg in a allergy D pill appear as methamphetamine on a drug panel, like a patch or hair follicle evaluation?

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oblong white 1434

What happens if you take 15 of them? ## Hello, Ryon! How are you? The marking is actually L434, this tablet is manufactured by Perrigo and they list it as containing 60mgs of Pseudoephedrine and 2.5mgs of Tripolodine. It is a cold remedy. Taking that many of them would result in overdose, the symptoms as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, nervousness, involuntary tics, trouble breathing, elevated heart rate, elevated blood pressure and there is a risk of it being fatal. Is there anything else I can help with?

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white pill rc ggp

Pseudoephedrine . I saw this is used in the veterinary field as well . Can you tell me what the purpose is in animals ? And maybe the dosage per pound .

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What is Zutipro commonly prescribed for

Does Ziutipro help with discomforts associated with arthritis & sinus conditions? ## Hello, Witchy! How are you? Zutipro is listed as containing Pseudoephedrine, Chlorpheniramine and Hydfrocodone, so it used to treat cough and congestion associated with colds or allergies. The FDA classifies this medication as being a narcotic, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

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T-M ONE SIDE ROUND WHITE PILL SCORE OTHER SIDE

White round pill one side T-M other side SCORE LINE , WHAT IS THIS????? ## Hi Saku, I don't know if this is your pill, but from what I could gather, a company by the name of T&M Distributors reportedly makes a white round 30mg Pseudoephedrine HCL tablet with the letters T & M on one side and cross scored on the other. It also carries a National Drug Code of 99999000256. The imprint seems so similar to your description that I wonder if it would be a good idea to contact T&M Distributors directly in order to find out if they played any role in making your tablet as well. Whereabouts did you find it? Hope this helps!

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