Round White Pill With C On One Side An 122 On The Other

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sassy Says:
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I have a pill that has c on one side an 122 on the other. I cant find it on the internet. By chance do u know what it is?



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MySisterGetsThese Says:
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My sister gets little white pills just like that. They're very tiny. It's called topiramate, and she uses them to relieve her headaches. Here is something I found online about it, hope it helps.
Topiramate is a seizure medication, also called an anticonvulsant. Topiramate is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat seizures in adults and children who are at least 2 years old. Topiramate is also used to prevent migraine headaches in adults.

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David Says:

For added confirmation in conjunction with post #1, the white round pill in description with C 122 is manufactured by Cipla USA and carries a National Drug Code of 69097-122-03.

If you click on the NDC link above, you'll also be able to view an image of the pill in question.

Also, the dosage of Topiramate wasn't previously mentioned, but it is in fact 25mg.

Lastly, this tablet contains the following list of inactive ingredients as well:
Pregelatinized Corn Starch
Microcrystalline Cellulose
Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
Magnesium Stearate
Titanium Dioxide
Hypromellose 2910 (3 Mpa.s)
Hypromellose 2910 (6 Mpa.s)
Polyethylene Glycol 400
Polysorbate 80
FD & C Blue No. 2
Lactose Monohydrate

I hope this helps!

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Pisqually Says:
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Re: MySisterGetsThese (# 1)

I take these also 5 at bedtime. I had a very serious head injury while working for a major garbage collection company. They offered me No help until I got a Lawyer. I have had siesers unless I take medicine to prevent them and this is one of them. It seems to help so I do what the Doctors tell me to do even though I don't like taking taking pills.


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