What Pill Does My Child Have Here?

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My child had a capsul. It is regular size, Outside is white with a narrow yellow band around the center of each capsul half. Each yellow band has a nymber. One end says 7767, the other end days 200. Can you tell me what these pills are and where she may have gotten them? She is very young and I an worried. Thanks. A Mom



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Carol Sutherland Says:

PLEASE! I need to know as she may be getting these things from someone at school or???? PLEASE!

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Those imprints indicate 200mg Celecoxib - Also known as Celebrex.

More details at Drugs/Celebrex.asp.

Good Luck.

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Carol Sutherland Says:

Thank you!!

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Jason Says:

I found pills in my son's room. When asked he said they belong to his friend who has diabetes. The are round, small and on one side have an A and under it 406. On the other side it has an X that covers the whole pill. Can you please tell me what this is??? And is it a diabetic pill...

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Lily Says:

I found a plastic baggie full of SMALL, ROUND BLUE PILLS in my daughters purse. they are somewhat flat and have C5 engraved on the front. please help me, I don't know where she got these, and she insists she doesn't know what they are. For all I know she could need medical attention PLEASE HELP

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Troy Says:

Jason,
A 406 is 25 mg Promethazine, used for various purposes but not necessarily for diabetes.

Lily,
Round Blue C5 is 5 mg Clarinex.

Troy

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