West Ward 3000 Grey/blue Capsules

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I took these capsules, these were told by pham. that they are the same ingredients as foinal w/codine. But I am having red blotching all over my body,plus it is eyes & lips are swelling alittle.Help???

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Verwon Says:
Okay, first of all there is NO Fiorinal with Codeine, Fiorinal contains Aspirin, Butalbital and Caffeine, it is commonly used to treat migraines.

These capsules contain 30mgs of Codeine, 500mgs of Acetaminophen, 50mgs of Butalbital and 40mgs of Caffeine, so they are the generic for Fioricet with Codeine.

That said, even if you have taken this same thing before, it is possible for an allergy or new side effect to suddenly occur.

this site is not medical professionals, but this certainly sounds like an allergic reaction and you should consult your doctor or pharmacist IMMEDIATELY!

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knows Says:
Yes, there is Fiornal with Codeine. They are yellow and blue capsules and I have been taking them for migraines for years.

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Brandon Ward Says:
Yes! There is definitely Fiorinal/Codeine# 3. I've taken them for years for pain. They are HIGHLY addictive because of the butalbital and
codeine. Matter of fact, if one has been taking these for a long period of time, DO NOT STOP taking this medication Cold Turkey as you will risk having a SEIZURE! I experienced this more than once and seizures are very painful and unpleasant. However,this medicine is a very efficient pain reliever for migraines and other isolated pain areas.

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Brandon Ward Says:
There is definitely FIORINAL/CODEINE . This medication is highly addictive because of the Butalbital and Codeine.If one has been taking this medicine for some time,like 6-8 months DO NOT stop taking this medicine COLD TURKEY as you risk experiencing seizures from the Butalbital ingredient in this medicine. Gradually, taper off and have your Physician work with you to eliminate the Seizure risk. I know this fact from personal experience.

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