Yellow Blue Capsule Jsp On Yellow And 507 On Blue

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dorothy Says:
was given a capsule for a horrible headache and neck and back muscle tightness. don't know the name and have no more. would like to get a prescription for this since it is the first thing that would help my headache in the past 10 yrs. capsule is blue and yellow with the no, 507 on 1 side and jsp on the other. does anyone have any idea what the name is.

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J T Says:
MED IS CALLED BUTALBITAL COMP W/CODENE. I just began taking med since a leak from a spinal tap with folowwed 4 miserable days of migraines and nausea. So far my headaches have gone down to nothing and per Dr. should be gone in the next few days as long as I take my meds. You might ask your dr about Diamox 125mg tab. I was just released from the hosptl but still need a blood patch done on my spine to stop the leaking. Good Luck and I wish you no pain:)

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Verwon Says:
To add some specifics, this capsule contains 325mgs of Aspirin, 50mgs of Butalbital, 40mgs of Caffeine and 30mgs of Codeine, the active ingredients in Fiorinal with Codeine.

You can learn more Fiorinal details here and you can learn more Codeine details here.

This medication does carry the risk of being habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation.

Are there any questions or comments?

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Trista Lopez Says:
Fiorinal w codeine. Love them. prescribed for migraines more than anything else

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