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Small White Round Pill With S On One Side An Nothig The Other

Small thin and white, has an s on one side and nothing on the other ## Hello, I believe I have identified your pill as Serophene 50 mg. It is a round white pill with an S on one side and a score on the other. Serophene belongs to the drug class synthetic ovulation stimulants and is used in the treatment of female infertility, ovulation induction, lactation suppression, and oligospermia. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Serophene Details I hope this helps!

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thyroxine sodium

small white pill with an S on one side and a line in the center on other side ## THIS IS NOT THYROXINE SODIUM! This pill is Serophene 50mgs, Clomiphene, also sold under the name brand Clomid. This is a fertility drug used to help a woman ovulate and increase the odds of gettting pregnant. Pill Image ## what is the quantity per 100microgm tablet of magnesium stearate

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Seraphim

PMS ## Sorry, could you double check the spelling please? The only thing I am finding close is called Serophene, a fertility drug. ## Could you also possibly mean Sarafem ? 'Sarafem is used to lift a patient's mood. It may also help patients who have panic disorder, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, or post-dramatic stress. This drug is marketed under the name sarafem as a treatment for severe premenstrual syndrome called Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)' ## You are probably correct Mary, that sounds more like it.

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