Red And Green Capsule White Stripe Numer 8

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jen Says:


found a oval capsule on my kid from school it is half red and half green with white stripe down middle and number 8 on it i dont know what it is and the school nurse cant find out either i need help no clue what kind or anything it is



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Verwon Says:

This has come up o our site, before and I can't find a listing for it, however, from the description, I am assuming it is some type of over the counter product.

These caplets that have the stripe in the middle are usually designed to be rapid release and are used for various products, such as Tylenol or its generic and store brand equivalents to allow the medication to work faster.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen/­

However, there are several on the market and over the counter products are not required to log their imprints with the FDA, so discovering which one it is, is going to be difficult.

However, I will keep searching and post back if I find anything.

Does anyone else recognize this?

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Shay Says:

I found the same pills. I can't find the box it came in but on the back of the package it says acetaminophen 325 mg, phenylephrine hci 5 mg so I'm guessing it is some type of cold medicine.

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Verwon Says:

Thank you, Shay!

And yes, the combination would be used to treat cold symptoms.

With the Phenylephrine in it, along with the Acetaminophen, it may cause some side effects, like nausea, dizziness, nervousness and elevated blood pressure.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Phenylephrine/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen/­

Are there any other questions?

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Lili Says:

It is Tylenol Sinus

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Tony Says:

The Pill I have is similar and has the green and red caps on the end of an off white capsule. Red Cap Has an L the Green has an 8 Stamped. It is a Walgreens Sinus Gel Tab similar to Tylenol cold and sinus

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