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What drugs are in the salicylates drug class? ## Hi Gail, From what I've researched, there's actually quite a few medications within this drug class. Here's a list containing some of the US-based Salicylate medications I could find online: Azulfidine, Amigesic, Bayer, Colazal, Canasa, Dolobid, Dipentum, Doans, Ecotrin, Giazo, Kaopectate, Pepto Bismol, Pentasa, Salflex, Trilisate, and Tricosal. You may notice that it's mostly comprised of arthritis/anti-inflammatory related medications. I hope this info helps answer your question! Is there anything else I can do for you? ...

Updated in Azulfidine
Diet pills/gone wrong

I am taking Tone Fusion Diet pills ...I only take one daily (calls for 3 daily) I know myself I DO NOT do street drugs or take anybody else's prescriptions. ..had a UA today for a job and failed for amphetamines. prescription drugs are, tramadol 50mg, trazodone 150mg, zanaflex, ibuprofen 600, naproxen 500mg, levothyroxine 50mg, effexor 300mg daily, and albuterol inhaler. Over the counter has been the diet pills mentioned above, doans back aid. I am furious because I know in my heart I've taking nothing to fail for amphetamines :( They are sending it to the lab which I'm thankful for because the nutrition place I got the diet pills are swearing up and down there is nothing in their diet has to be cause I'm true to myself!!! ## Hi Stephanie, sorry to hear ... ...

Updated in Amphetamines
 NDC 55741-002
Doans Pain Relieving Topical Cream by Ducere Pharma ## Package Codes: 55741-002-03
 NDC 55741-224
Doan's 580 mg Oral Tablet by Ducere Pharma LLC ## Markings: DOANS ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 55741-224-24

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