Round White Pill Gc 422

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PATRICK Says:


What is a pill with the imprint GC 422? It is white and round. It is scored with GC at the top and 422 at the bottom. Nothing on the other side of this pill.



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David Says:

Does your pill look anything like this one?



This image depicts a 7mm sized pill containing 5mgs of Midodrine Hydrochloride which is used to treat a kind of low blood pressure that causes severe dizziness & fainting.

Labeler: Global Pharmaceuticals, Division of Impax Laboratories Inc.
NDC: 0115-4222

Inactive Ingredients:
-Cellulose, Microcrystalline
-Starch, Corn
-Silicon Dioxide
-Magnesium Stearate
-Talc
-Fd&c Yellow No. 6

Hope this helps!

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LTorres Says:

Round white scored pill with GC/422 is a Docusate Sodium 100mg Tablet.

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Gloria Says:
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What is it for and what does it do?

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Andrea Says:

What kind of a pill, it’s a round white pill w/ GC on top & 422 on bottom?

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