White Oblong Pill With Lo54

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Malongo Says:


I have a bubble pack of these. When I break one out it has the LO54 etched on them. They are Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride 120mg tablets .. I think a generic form of the SUDAFED 12 Hours Release tablets



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Al Says:
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Are there any left hopefully discounted I have sinusitis thank you

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Kevin Says:

Hello Malongo,

You are correct. According to the National Institute of Health L054 is the generic imprint used to mark 12 hour nasal decongestant pills and the one you have could be any one of the dozens of companies that use this imprint.Thanks for putting the info out there.

If you want info on your specific pill just let me know the brand and I can look up all the information regarding that specific pill for you. Have a great day.

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