Allopurinol

FDA Approved: * September 28, 1984
Pharm Company: * WATSON LABS
Category: Gout

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Allopurinol Overview

Allopurinol, sold under the brand name Zyloprim among others, is a medication used to decrease high blood uric acid levels.[1] It is specifically used to prevent gout, prevent specific types of kidney stones, and for the high uric acid levels that can occur with chemotherapy.[2][3] It is taken by mouth or injected into a vein.[3] Common side effects when used by mouth include itchiness and rash.[3] Common side eff...

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Proton pump inhibitors

Can someone enlighten me, please? I take the following medicines: Eltroxin, Cardicor, Zartan, Amloc, Puresis, Allopurinol, Plenish K, Ultimag, Estro-pause, Adco-Dol (for migraines. Allergic to everything else, also those supposed to be preventative.) My concern is the Allopurinol. I have read somewhere that it may cause sudden death. Because of the Puresis I have no alternative, as nothing I do dietwise, do anything to bring down the uric acid count. Please advise me, as I am with my back to the wall. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Also information concerning the negatives of proton pump inhibitors. Thank you ever so much. ## I’m 74 years old and had gout cause by excess Utica acid for 10 years until I read on the internet the “CHERRY REPORT “. I now take...

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Allopurinol gluten free?

Is Allopurinol mfg by qualitest gluten free? ## Hi edb, From what I could gather, Allopurinol from Qualitest contains the following inactive ingredients: colloidal silicon dioxide, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose and sodium starch glycolate. Unfortunately, "sodium starch glycolate" is heavily regarded as a questionable substance for those with a gluten intolerance; since it is derived from starch. So I personally wouldn't recommend taking it without your doctor's prior consensus. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Allopurinol Details I hope this helps! ## I got a new script of Allopurinol 300mg by Accord and need to know if it's gluten free? I have been taking another manufacturer's version for years and had no ...

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Allopurinol causing constipation

I've been on Allopurinol 300mg once a day since early 90's, with no side effects at all. I have not had a kidney stone since I've been on the Medication. Two weeks ago I refilled my prescription and the medication that I usually get is from Ingenus. Much too my surprise I got Accord instead, from my Walgreens Pharmacy and after a few days I noticed that I was getting constipated. Ingenus has discontinued Allopurinol. I know that side effects from Allopurinol never mention constipation and I was wondring if the cause could be the fillers and binding agents. Have anybody run into constipation with Allopurinol? What manufacturer would be a better alternative to Accord for thiis drug. Any help would be greatly appreciated. ## Sorry to hear about your situation. According to NIH,...

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what is the side effect of loric-100

Iam 35 yers old man ,I am continue work in night shift .I check every month for my uric acid level (blood checking) but some times my uric acid level is very high now my uric acid is 530 . the lab techanician said you level is very high. before doctor priscribe for me the loric-100(allopurinol tablet) now I ate 3 time after food if this medicne have any side effect or any other problems how many tablets can I ate per day. how long can I eate this medicine,what type of food cann;t eat (meat and veg). I hope your good replay , Thank you jithu ## Get on cholchine its a miracle drug side affects after u take pills is sitting on toilet but pain is gone in couple hours ## Allopurinol is used to help treat excess uric acid. The most common side effects associated with it are: nausea and diarrh...

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round white pill a with A329 printed on one side and some fu

round white pill with A329 printed on one side and some funny looking symbol printed on the other side. It's supposed to be Allopurinol 100mg but pharmacy closed till Monday so I can't phone and check till then. ## The pills were arefill order from my pharmacy, the refill was suppose to be vitamin D 3 400uiv softgels F/N and that's what it says on the bottle but the pills are small white round pills

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Rapid weight gain while on allopurinol

I started on allopurinol 100 mg tab in oct since then have gained 25lbs. Anyone else have this happen? ## Hello, LaceyLu! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having. According to the FDA, Allopurinol is used to treat excess uric acid and it has been reported to cause rapid weight gain in a small percentage of people that take it. Other side effects may possibly include sore throat, nausea, dizziness, bruising and joint stiffness. Have you spoken to your doctor? It might not be the right medication for you to take. ## I am on 200 mg a day, I didn't notice until I saw your post, but I have gained 50# in 2 years. I thought I was overeating but I actually eat weather and don't hardly ever eat junk or fast food. I will definitely be bringing this up with...

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I 135 - what type of pill is this

I received a pain pill with I on the top and 135 on the bottom. I don't know what it actually is, but it made my skin very tingly and itchy. ## Hi Niki, What sort of shape is this pill you're describing? I located a white capsule-shaped pill marked with "I" and "135" on either side of a score line on one side and plain on other side, that's reportedly identified as Allopurinol 100 mg. This medication is marketed for use in treating gout and kidney stones. Manufacturer: Ingenus Pharmaceuticals LLC NDC: 50742-0135 Size: 8mm Inactive Ingredients -Lactose monohydrate -Starch, corn -Povidone k3 0 -Magnesium stearate Could it be one of the inactive ingredients making your skin itchy? I hope this helps!

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pill white ax and scored

round white pill with AX on one side and a line on the other ## I would like to know the same thing does AYONE have an idea??????? ## I'm being told it's clenbuterol. ## The only match I can find for this is manufactured by Accord Healthcare, and they list it as containing 300mgs of Allopurinol, which is most commonly used to treat gout. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, and drowsiness. NDC code: 16729-0135 Is there anything else I can help with?

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SIDE EFFECTS WHILE TAKING ALLOPURINOL

Years ago I was on Allupurinol, for excess uric acid., Then my ankles and feet starting to swell, and I went to the foot doctor, who put bandages around my legs. but it did not help. He ,then , send me to a Therapist, for massages and a few pedaling excersices..... but one of the therapist, told me, that if I was on Alluporinol, some people experience the same swelling. So, of my own, I stop Allupinol, and my swelling and soreness, disappear. Now I have had tophis, from the uric acid... and a rheumatogist put me again on Allopurinol, and it has been 3 months, and today, the same happens, my feet are sore, when I walk,and very swollen.... So I will stop again this medication, and will tell my rheumatologist, all about it. Dont know what he is going to use now.....? If you have heard simi...

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white round tablet AL3

may be allopurinol ## can I split Allopurinol AL3 tablet ? ## Yes, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories list this tablet containing 300mgs of Allopurinol, which is most commonly used to treat gout. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence. and diarrhea. Are you on any other medications? Robert, it is not a time released medication, so it can split, if your doctor approves.

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Allopurinol
  • Injection: 500mg, 500mg/vial
  • Tablet: 100mg, 300mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Allopurinol: (158 results)

Showing the first 20, Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0143-9533 Allopurinol Sodium 500 mg/25ml Intravenous Injection, Powder, Lyophilized, for Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0378-0137 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0378-0181 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0591-5543 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Watson Laboratories, Inc.
  • 0591-5544 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Watson Laboratories, Inc.
  • 0603-2115 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals
  • 0603-2116 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals
  • 0615-1592 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Ncs Healthcare of Ky, Inc Dba Vangard Labs
  • 0615-1593 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Ncs Healthcare of Ky, Inc Dba Vangard Labs
  • 0904-2613 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharmaceuticals
  • 0904-2614 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharmaceuticals
  • 0904-6266 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharmaceuticals
  • 0904-6267 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharmaceuticals
  • 0904-6571 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharamceuticals
  • 0904-6572 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharamceuticals
  • 10544-545 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Blenheim Pharmacal, Inc.
  • 10544-547 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Blenheim Pharmacal, Inc.
  • 10544-911 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Blenheim Pharmacal, Inc.
  • 16714-041 Allopurinol 100 mg Oral Tablet by Northstar Rxllc
  • 16714-042 Allopurinol 300 mg Oral Tablet by Northstar Rxllc
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Other drugs which contain Allopurinol or a similar ingredient: (4 results)

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Allopurinol causing constipation
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Allopurinol 100 mg tablets not available
My local dispensers tell me 100 mg tablets are no longer available from any manufacturer, even though the 300 mg tablets... 3 replies
Allopurinol gluten free?
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allopurinol tab 300 mg
peach color with numbers 0524 and 0410 ## I have been taking 50mg/day of Allopurinol for the past two-3 months however, ... 2 replies
allopurinol side effects mainly acid reflux
After 6 mos on 300 mg allopurinol, headaches still occur, sometimes migraines, acid reflux has gotten worse and worse, n... 1 reply
Allopurinol 100mg Prinol
For a 75 years old woman, when is the best time to take this medicine? For what illness is this allopurinol? Thank you. ... 1 reply
Allopurinol should give cancer
Since uric acid is considered an antioxidant that lowers the occurrence of free radicals one could assume that uric acid...
lactose free allopurinol
Does anyone know of a manufacturer producing lactose-free allopurinol? (Not Actavis, Accord, Aurobindo or Aspen). ## Myl... 1 reply
areomeprazole&allopurinolanti inflammatory drugs?
AI am about to have a colonoscopy and doctor advise not to take antiinflammatory drogs ## I had a colonoscopy done and s... 1 reply
northstar orange allopurinol 300 n021 ingredients
The RX changed my allopurinol 300 white AX pill to allopurinol 300 orange N021 pills. It seems like a different effect t... 1 reply






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