Round G / 50 Pill Id

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Looking for an ID of a Round, beige/peach looking pill with G on one side and 50 on the other. The inside of the 0 in the 50 is completely indented.

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Verwon Says:

Glenmark Generics lists this tablet as containing 50mgs of Topiramate, which is an anticonvulsant that is also used to treat some types of nerve pain, and certain mood disorders.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, mood changes, and weight changes.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Chuy Says:
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My wife is taking this pill and I read nothing but bad things about this pill. Why would Drs even perscribe it. Is it opioid and what is opiod . I took the bottle from. Her but it was perscribe to her.

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Nuny Says:
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You sound ignorant. NO of course its not a opiod. Why dont you try asking her psych doctor because thats who prescribed it. Ask him or her not people on the internet since we couldnt possibly know why he prescribed it since its mainly for bipolar bulimia migraines or who knows the actual reason but unless shes expressing those actual side effects youre doing a disservice to your wife.

ALSO depending how long a person has been taking a certain kind of medication you just cant take the bottle away from them. Thats dangerous especially something like Topamax since its in the ANTI CONVULSANT CLASS she can go through seizures but youll probably misunderstand that as well.

You sound like an overbearing controlling person instead of a concerned husband because the latter would go to psych with her and ask WHY shes TAKING IT and ask other pertinent info instead of popping out the mouth in here not knowing a damn thing like the reason shes taking it and if this is an opiod wow.

I mean she should know why shes taking it or is something wrong with her too? Plus doctors put them on small tapers to build up their bodies to having tolerance to the medication.

Educate yourself please.

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