Small Oval 4 Pointed Star And A 10

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Small, symetrically oval, with one side having a 4 pointed star, and the other side a 10

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Abe Says:

White oblong pill with a 4 pointed Star, 10 on the other side is a 10 mg Bextra

This drug was manufactured by GD Searle LLC a Subsidiary of Pharmacia Company Pfizer, a COX-2 inhibitor used as an anti-inflammatory, but recalled from the market this past year.

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Verwon Says:

Abe's answer is correct on all counts. It contained Valdecoxib, and was used to treat swelling, pain, and fever. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach irritation, and increased risk of bleeding. It was removed from the market, because they felt that the severe risks it caused of heart, skin, and stomach issues outweighed its possible benefits.

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