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maroon colored capsule says phuer,
pgn/100



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tammie kermmoade Says:

plz help id capsule pill marroon color
says phuer & pgn/100 found in medicine cabenet have no idea what they are if someone could help me figure out what they are would be gratefull thank you

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Nobody_Special Says:

Hello. Question please, could that be Pfizer instead of phuer with the 100 located beneath the pgn?

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Verwon Says:

The only marking it could be, would be Pfizer. It should read Pfizer PGN100. This is Pregabalin 100mgs, a generic for Lyrica.

Lyrica is used to help prevent Epileptic seizures and to treat certain types of nerve pain such as that caused by diabetic neuropathy.

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Nobody_Special Says:

Thanks verwon that's all I could come up with to from the description that was given.

Have a nice day!

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nagar Says:
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Suddenly from the back of my brain I started feeling like some hot liquid has started circulating within my body and it comes onto my shoulder and then down to my hips. Immediately after this my upper portion of body begins to sweat and i become uneasy in my thinking. What is going on with me? Dr has prescribed me nerve pain medication (eg. Nervocap b maxmala 50). I am not fine taking these medicines after 3 years. I am taking one tab of blood pressure medication and one for acidity in the morning. Due to the above effect at any time in the body I become nervous. Please tell me what kind of disease it is. Although there's no pain in the body, only feelings are there. Please also advise the medicine to be taken. Thanks in advance for your reply.

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