Round Red Coated Pill Found In My Teenagers Room. Please Help!

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I am a concerned parent of a teenaged boy. I have found a small red coated pill (size and brightness of a red skittle). There is no scoring on either side. One side has two black letters that could be a combination of either of these G, C, e. I cant make out the letter too well because they have been held and seems to have smeared. The coating seems to be thin as pill coating "melts" on your hands. The other side has no markings. My teenager said these pills are supposed to be Atterall. I have searched and can not find Atterall with the appearance of these. Please help in identifying these.



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Verwon Says:

I'm wondering if it might be a Coricidin Cough and Cold tablet, because they match this description and, while they make several, these particular ones have a CC on them that almost overlap a little.

I'm a blood pressure patient and to be completely precise they list these under the name Coricidin HBP Cough and Cold, because they are considered safe for blood pressure patients, while many others with antihistamines in them aren't, which is why I'm familiar with them.

Learn more Coricidin details here.

It's available over the counter. Has your son or any of his friends had a cold recently?


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