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i experience pain on right side of head face jaw ear neck feels like toothache everytime i take pain meds hydrocone tylenol and ibuprofen codeine tram

is there a common ingredint. n codeine hydrocone tramadol ER meds something causes tormenting. pain on right side of head face. jaw( feel like toothache ) ear neck I can feel nerve throbbing I was taking pain med for cervical degeneration. which is disabling but they all cause this other suffering. help please ## Have you consulted your doctor to have this checked out? The reason I'm asking is because the erosion from GERD can sometimes cause this, since it exposes nerves that radiate to that area. Whenever mine acts up, I end up with pain that radiates to that same area on my right side, but after taking something to reduce the acid and let it heal for a few days, it usually stops. Do you take the medications with a full, 8 ounce glass of water? Do you ever get heart burn? Frequent...

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Narrow white coated tablet that's light brown inside

Hi, I found this white tablet (not a capsule). It’s a bit narrower and longer than most. Broken in half, the inside is a light brown color and has a peculiar smell (inside, once broken). An exhaustive search online yields nothing that tells me what it definitely could be. Anyone know? ## Btw it’s more of an oblong shape than oval, similar to an excedrin or tylenol, just slightly narrower and slightly longer. ## Also, it has no markings. No imprint or numbers or anything like that. It also lacks any kind of scoring. ## Hello Jimbo, In the United States all perscription and over the counter drugs are required by the FDA to have an imprint. If the pill that you found does not have an imprint it is possible that it is some sort of vitamin, energy pill or a foreign drug. If you a...

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Sublingual drug usage and inactive ingredients

When you have the option of taking a drug sublingually, does taking it in that fashion in any way dissolve away or lessen the impact of the inactive ingredients, rendering the intended drug effects more equal between brands? ## I'd also like to add whether the bioavailability of the drug between two brands becomes more identical when the drug is administered sublingually as opposed to swallowed. ## Hello Schleprock, All routes of administration of the same dosage of a drug regardless of brand are required by the FDA to meet a standardized number of the active ingredient entering your blood stream. For example all generic versions of 100mg tylenol (acetaminophen), regardless of administration route, are required by the FDA to have +/- 20% of amount of acetaminophen in your blood stre...

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Aurobindo Pharma U37 Tylenol 4

I have had to take generic tylenol 4 for a while since drs cant prescribe anything else. DEA fears I suppose... Surprise, yet a new generic brand aurobindo pharma...Not good!!! First time I've ever felt more pain after taking a medication and also feel very agitated and flush... I know how my medication works and this is just horrible horrible horrible... I called the pharmacy and they said there should be no difference... Really? This is very scary. Such a drastic change... ## This tablet is manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list it as containing 60mgs of Codeine with 300mgs of Acetaminophen. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. It isn't tha...

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Doctors willing to prescribe heavy pain meds for my back and arthritis

Naturally I have a high tolerance for pain meds and a low tolerance for alcohol. Going on 9 months no alcohol as a health choice. I went and had a MRI done a week ago and still waiting for the results. Ibuprofen 800 mg - no way am I taking that much crap every day. My doc said she doesn't prescribe pain meds. Funny... So I'm here, I'll have the updated scan on my back and hope to know a good doctor that can help me with a better value of life. I would just rather take a little bit of something that works than hundreds of milligrams Tylenol. Isn't Ibuprofen 800mg a pain killer? ## Pain meds addictive as we know. Lots of people that live with pain. From experience don't get regular refills of opiate, you'll pay the piper eventually...that day will come. That's ...

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White pill imprinted with 0055

Hi. My friend gave me a pain pill for pain with only a four digit code on the pill (0055). Please help me identify this pill. Was it a tylenol or something else? Please respond asap. Thanks. ## Hello Lee Lee, I found an Alaven pill that matches your description. This pill is described as being a pill used to treat anemia and has no pain relief properties. Below I have supplied you with some additional information that I sourced from the NIH. Imprint: 0055;ALAVEN Name: Anadrol-50 Ingredients: Oxymetholone 50 mg Label Author: Alaven Pharmaceutical Color: White Size: 7mm Shape: Round Product Code: 68220-055 I hope this information helps. Have a wonderful day and let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

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Purple And White Capsule With No Markings

Found a Dark purple (half) and white (half) capsule no imprint. Anyone have a clue what this is? ## If there are no markings, it will most likely be difficult to narrow down what it contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. approved and manufactured prescription product, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. The greatest likelihood is that it's something available over the counter. However, there is also a chance that it could be something specially done by a compounding pharmacy, since they also use blank capsules, or it could be a foreign medication. Does anyone else recognize this capsule? ## Thank you for the info. ## This is Tylenol/codeine from Mexico most probably. ## Women's Thrive level capsule. Purple and white no markings. ## ...

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white oblong pill with L583 on one side

Was looking through my meds for Tylenol for arthritis & back pain (deteriorating spinal column) and found a vial of white oblong pills with L583 on one side. Are these Tylenol? ## I found pills meeting that description in my container of Kirkland Acetaminophen 650 mg. (Arthritis Pain relief) pills. ## From what I understand all of the imprints with "L" followed by three digits (e.g. L484, L583, etc) are indicative of various over-the-counter products; often manufactured by LNK International Inc. As far as the pill identity is concerned, it could be Acetaminophen as post #1 suggested, but I just came across a Kirkland Acetaminophen 650mg pill with a National Drug Code of 63981-544 that bears an imprint: L544 as opposed to L583. The NDC code points to a brand called "Kirkl...

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Clear orange capsule with orange powder

Please tell me what this is? Someone told me it was a pain pill. I broke my leg and someone give theses to me but I'm not taking something if I don't know what it is. ## Hello Lesa, I may be able to help you but I might need a bit more information regarding the pill. Does the pill have any markings on it? I won't be able to give you an accurate answer without that information. Just in case I will provide you with some useful information to make a more informed decision on what it might be and how you may want to deal with it. In the U.S. the FDA requires that all controlled medication be identifiable through it's marking/imprint. If this medication does not have an imprint we know that it isn't a legally controlled substance. Over the counter medication, vitamins, su...

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tylenol and numbness in lips

I have been taking extra strength Tylenol for arthritis and now I am having hives all over my body and some numbness in my upper left lip. ## My lips feel numb after taking more than two tylenol at a time. no hives just numbness ## Helo Dolores, The symptoms you are experiencing are most likely the result of you having an allergic reaction. I very strongly suggest that you see a doctor immediately and stop taking the extra strength tylenol. Let us know how it goes.

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U 37 Pill - Tylenol 4?

I thought Codeine pills had to show the strength on the other side like #3 or #4? What is U 37? ## No, it is entirely up to the manufacturer, they do not have to show any specific thing, it is just required that they have an imprint and file it with the FDA in order to enable identification, in case of emergency. The tablet in question is manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list it as containing 60mgs of Codeine and 300mgs of Acetaminophen. The NIH warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## What are the inactive ingredients in the u37 pill by AuroraLife Pharma?

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found pills

found in my sons room...#1) round white pill imprinted '0027' upper, with a line and then imprinted 'v' on bottom ...#2 is a round white pill imprinted '44' 0n upper with a line underneath ..imprinted '104' on bottom ## I don't know what the 0027 is but I would pay attention to the V. The other one 44/104 is Acetominophen (Generic Tylenol). ## the V might be Vicodin. Bad stuff. ## Ok, this is my last post...I see the question was nearly 2 years ago..both pills are acetominophen...whew! ## Melody is correct, both tablets contain 325mgs of Acetaminophen, there are generics/store brands for Tylenol. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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white oblong pill 703

Found these in my new place can you tell me what they are ## Hello, Tim! How are you? So far, I've been unable to find anything that matches this description. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## Im pretty sure its tylenol 1. a walmart/equate generic brand. Im not 100% though. Im also trying to figure out what this pill is(how i found this). The only pills ive taken that look like this one is tylenol 1, but i cant remember what was imprinted on it. ## It is Tylenol w/codine that you can get from Canada ## It is tylenol 1. Tylenol plys codeine ## That is correct! I have 100's of these laying around great for headaches and more. ## Tylenol 1 with Codeine is what has this particular number combinat...

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oblong blue pill with NT on one side, nothing on the other...

what is the pill? ## Based on my investigation, an oblong blue pill marked "NT" is "rumored to be" Tylenol cold and sinus nighttime, containing Acetaminophen, Diphenhydramine and Pseudoephedrine. "NT" is commonly used to depict nighttime versions of various over the counter medications. NOTE: McNeil Consumer Healthcare also manufacturers a related blue & white capsule with the following imprint [TYLENOL FLU NT], containing Acetaminophen 500mg, Diphenhydramine 25mg and Pseudoephedrine 30mg. - NDC: 00045-0174. Does anyone else have thoughts or information to add?

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generic tylenol 4what they look like

round white pill with RX 561 on other side a 4 ## Drug Name Acetaminophen / codeine Strength(s) 300 MG-60 MG ## This pill is pink and is less than a half inch in circomphrence could be a birth control pill Need to know the name of this pill Can you O D on this pill if you take many of them at once? ## The identification for the RX 561 tablet is correct, it is distributed by CorePharma NDC code: 64720-0305. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. As to the pink tablet, are there any markings on it?

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White Oval Pill With 122 On Front

Pills found in a blank bottle in a repair mans bag that is working in my kitchen, please send me an answer. What is this bottle of white oval pills with the #122 on the front? ## I've been searching for this off an on, since I first saw your post the other day, but I haven't had any luck finding a match for this tablet. Based on that, it leads me to suspect that it's something that available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. Can you give me an idea of the approximate size? Would you say it's comparable to a Tylenol, or something else? ## I was given a pill the same just has 122 on it and nothing else. NO IP or any other numbers. I was told it is IBUPROFEN. I really need it if it is, so I would like some help on this also. Its the size of a horse pill, a...

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Blue Pill L 751

I found a blue pill on the floor in my laundry room, it is caplet shape with L751 printed on one side and smooth on the other side. I have no idea what it is and have tried searching the internet with no luck. Can someone please tell me what this is? Thanks in advance for your help. ## I haven't found a listing for this, either, but I will keep looking and post back if I do. However, what I can tell you is the reason it's so difficult to identify is that pills with the L marking, followed by 3 additional letters are over the counter products, so they aren't required to have their imprints logged with the FDA. If it is a blue and caplet shaped, there is probably a good chance that is something like a Tylenol PM, which contains Acetaminophen and Diphenhydramine: But, there...

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blue oval pill no imprint

found this in my teenage neice's room ## Sorry, if there is no imprint then it must be something over the counter. All prescription drugs in the United States are required by law to have an imprint on the tablets, so they can be identified according to drug, dosage and manufacturer. With no markings there is no way to know for sure what it is, it could be a generic for Tylenol PM, Advil PM, Aleve or anything else for that matter. ## I have located a supply of totally unmarked football shaped pills in my good friend's room; I have no knowledge of him taking any prescription meds and I would know if he were. They were in an old prescription bottle with the label ripped off (probably not even the original container). These pills look exactly like the little blue football Xanax pill...

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doctors who will prescribe pain medication in rhode island

I am looking for an MD or Pain clinic that will prescribe pain medication in Rhode Island. I have 4 herniated discs, nerve damage in my leg, severe migraines. My former Md said that he could not longer prescribe due to the regulations, I dont want to have to move, that would be crazy to have to go through that, but I also do not want to continue living night and day in Agony, with not one Md that has any compassion, it seems all they care about is to look out for themselves, I only take 2 pain medications that I believe are both in class 1, but when you talk to a doctor about pain, they tell you to take tylenol. I am tired of theses doctors just caring about themselves, if you have a patient like myself, that has the MRI's and Catscans to show what my pain level is, they should be a...

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Blue oblong pill G651

What is this pill? Does anyone know? It says G651 on one side and the other side is blank. It's light blue in color and oblong shaped. ## It is a generic or store brand of Tylenol PM, which contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, and 25mgs of Diphenhydramine. It is available over the counter. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness, headache, and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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