What Pill Is West Ward 477 Used For

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Verwon Says:
This tablet contains 20mgs of Prednisone, a steroid used to treat pain, inflammation and some allergic reactions.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, high blood sugar, weight gain and headache.

You can read more about this medication here:


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amanda Says:
I also found a bottle of pills fitting the same description, orange with west-ward 447 stamped on them hidden in my home. No one in my house hold has been prescribed this medication, are there any narcotic uses for this drug.

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Stanley Steamer Says:
I was moving my refridgerator to vacuum the fur balls & dust (fire hazard) when I saw this peach colored pill marked west-ward 477 and a slice down the other side for splitting. After 6 major surgeries, from brain/ orbit/sinus tumor, 2 colon resections (both went bad)/torn shoulder, lower spine surgery, etc...I don't recall ever been prescribed this medication. I'll play it safe and call my pharmasist. If it's not my wife's,it's going down the toilet. In fact, it's going for a swim right now. It's not mine, My pharmasist said it's prednisone which is a bit embarrassing to me since I used to train EMT instructors and I can't remember this. IF ANYONE FINDS MEDICATION UNDER OR BEHIND ANYTHING, GEET RID OF IT AT ONCE.ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE KIDS...

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Nichole Says:
Just a heads up my dog (about 65lbs) is prescribed this medication for her allergies.. so it may have been for your furry friends.

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Fred Says:
Don't ever flush drugs down toilet. They get into water supply or ocean and get into food chain. Turn them into your pharmacy for proper disposal.

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Sharon Says:
Or you can crush them and put them in used coffee grounds in the garbage.

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Kurt Says:
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Do not flush medications they can pollute the water supply it's best to give them back to the pharmacy they will dispose of them properly

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jack Says:
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Its a light orange round pill on one side. 477 West Ward The other side is just a /

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Shrimp Says:
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Prednisone 20mg is there a difference in this pill between humans and pets

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Steve Says:
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You shouldnt flush medications down the toilet. It winds up in our drinking water

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Kess Says:
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This is prednisone. My Great Dane was prescribed this. There is no difference between human and animal medication.

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Curious Says:
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I don't understand what you mean by not flushing the pills down the toilet cause it will pollute our water, but everybody pisses and s***s in the toilet now, so wouldn't that pollute our water too?

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Taylor Says:
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It was given to my 80 yr old mother in law n I want to know what kind of pill this is.

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Linda Says:
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Can this pill be dissolved in water to take & get same results. It dissolves fairly easy.

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Lulu Says:
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Verwon (# 1) --

Can this be used for lung inflammation like bronchitis

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