Small Round Pink Pill With Letter G

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Frankie Says:
I woul like to know the name of a small pink pill with a capital G on one side and nothing on the other. Anyone know what this is?

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Jenna Says:
Hi Frankie,

The closest match I've been able to find is Phenylephrine hydrochloride (5mg); which is a round pink pill with the imprint G 55. Maybe the 55 got rubbed off at some point?

Manufacturer: Unifirst First Aid Corporation

Phenylephrine is used as a decongestant sold as an oral medicine, as a nasal spray, or as eye drops. Phenylephrine is now the most common over-the-counter decongestant in the United States; oxymetazoline is a more common nasal spray. It is also used as a nasal spray, an eye drop to dilate the pupil in order to facilitate visualization of the retina, and as a vasopressor to increase the blood pressure in unstable patients with hypotension, especially resulting from sep

Side effects (may include but are not limited to):

The primary side effect of phenylephrine is hypertension as a vasopressor to increase the blood pressure in unstable patients with hypotension, especially resulting from septic shock. Patients with hypertension are typically advised to avoid products containing phenylephrine. Prostatic hyperplasia can also be symptomatically worsened by use, and chronic use can lead to rebound hyperemia.[5] Patients with a history of epilepsy and on anticonvulsant medication should not take this substance. The drug interaction might produce seizures. Some patients have been shown to have an upset stomach, severe abdominal cramping, and vomiting issues connected to taking this drug.[citation needed]

Extended use may cause rhinitis medicamentosa, a condition of rebound nasal congestion.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Phenylephrine Details

I hope this info helps!

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