Yellow Pill Imprint 224

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Can someone tell me what this little yellow round with black imprint on it 224. nothing else just one sided print of 224



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

I have identified your pill as Tiagabine hydrochloride (4 mg); which is an anti-convulsive medication produced by Cephalon and marketed under the brand name Gabitril.

Manufacturer: Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Ltd.

Tiagabine is approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an adjunctive treatment for partial seizures in ages 12 and up. It may also be prescribed off-label by physicians knowledgeable about the field to treat anxiety disorders and neuropathic pain (including fibromyalgia). For anxiety and neuropathic pain, tiagabine is used primarily to augment other treatments. Tiagabine may be used alongside SSRIs, SNRIs or benzodiazepines for anxiety, or antidepressants, gabapentin, anticonvulsants or opiates for neuropathic pain.

Side effects:

Tiagabine's most common side effects include confusion, difficulty speaking clearly/stuttering, mild sedation, and in doses over 8mg, a tingling sensation (paresthesia) in the body's extremities, particularly the hands and fingers. Tiagabine may induce seizures in those without epilepsy, especially if they are taking another drug which lowers the seizure threshold.

Tiagabine overdose can produce neurologic symptoms such as lethargy, seizures (multiple), status epilepticus, seizure (single), coma, confusion, agitation, tremors, dizziness, dystonias/abnormal posturing, and hallucinations. Other symptoms of tiagabine overdose include respiratory depression, tachycardia, hypertension, and hypotension.

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

I hope this information helps!

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can tiagabine help with weight loss?

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