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A140

small round white pill ## The pill which you are describing is Homatropine methylbromide (1.5 mg) + Hydrocodone (5 mg), which is used to treat coughing and other related upper respiratory problems. I was unable to locate a drug article with more information regarding this combination; but if you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to post back and I can research some more information. ...

Updated in Homatropine Methylbromide
a143 small white round pill

small round white pill with a143 on it ## This tablet contains 0.125mgs of Hyoscyamine, it is used to provide symptomatic relief to various gastro-intestinal disorders such as IBS. Common side effects may include: dry mouth, dizziness, blurred vision and headache. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ...

Updated in Hyoscyamine
A 214 Small Light Blue Pill

A with a line in the middle on the bottom 214 small round light blue ## Hi, Nickie! Is the tablet blue or green? The reason I'm asking is because there is one that is green with an A over 214, separated by a score line and there is another that is blue with an A over 215 separated by a score line. Can you please double check? Both of them contain Oxycodone, a generic for Roxicdone which is the regular release formulation, the one with the 214 is a 15mg tablet and the one with the 215 is a 30mg tablet, it's a narcotic analgesic. Side effect may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, constipation and dry mouth. This drug also has the potential to be habit forming. Learn more Oxycodone details here. ...

Updated in Oxycodone
A 214 Small Round Blue

small round lightgreen A over 214 on one side nothiing on other side ## Based on the description provided, I found your light green pill to be Oxycodone hydrochloride (15 mg). Oxycodone comes in various forms and is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...

Updated in Oxycodone
A-214 green tablet

A-214 on the top of a small round sea foam green tablet ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Oxycodone hydrochloride (15 mg). Oxycodone comes in various forms and is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...

Updated in Oxycodone
apo 14 pill capsule

Small light green and white capsule with markings APO 14. I can't find any information on it ## Hello, Maryjane! How are you? I believe the marking you're looking at is APO T4 and the capsule contains 4mgs of Tizanidine, which is a muscle relaxant that's used to alleviate the pain associated with sprains, strains and spasms. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Tizanidine
A. 214

Lite green small pill with nothing on 1 side and A orer the number 214. What is this? ## Hi Skippy, The round green pill you're describing marked "A 214" is identified as Oxycodone hydrochloride 15 mg; which is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. Learn More: Oxycodone Details I hope this helps! ## This tablet contains 15mgs of Oxycodone, the active ingredient in Roxicodone, this is a regular release formulation and is a narcotic used to treat moderate to severe pain. Learn more Oxycodone details here. Where did you find it? ...

Updated in Oxycodone
apo 0140

white long tablet ## This marking is frequently misread, but is is actually APO CL40. This tablet contains 40mgs of Citalopram, a generic for Celexa, this is an antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ...

Updated in Citalopram
APO T14

ROUND WHITE + ## Located a match to a round, white pill with APO TI-4 on one side and a criss cross score on the other side. This pill is Tizanidine hydrochloride 4 mg, which is used to treat the spasms, cramping, and tightness of muscles caused by medical problems such as multiple sclerosis, spastic diplegia, back pain, or certain other injuries to the spine or central nervous system. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

Updated in Tizanidine
Actavis a 214 efficacy

Whatever these pills are, they are hands down the worst... They have zero effect on my cancer pain zilch.. Then I run into a online actavis recall of oxycodone. What the hell is going on? I was taking kvk tech K8 and wow the pain was long gone within 20-30 min and lasted a lot longer. However, here in Florida they are no where to be found. I need help. The docs that prescribe can't do anything. Walgreens are pretty much like hey that's all your getting. I hate even picking the damn things up period, it's like a sleeping pill? Does anyone have any insight please?? I'm hoping and praying I can go to ERs. I was getting 120 now cut back to 90 and let me tell you they just do not work. Like I said I take still have pain, I feel dopey, eyes close, off to bed I go. Anyone else ... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
actavis oxycodone 214 imprint 15mgs

I used to request Watson brand esp with soma. I had my script filled and the brand dispensed was Actavis and I think it's weak. I am not a fan and trust me, I'm an expert on the good and bad brands. This is supposed to be the company that bought Watson which is a drag BC I can't find my soma's anymore unless Walgreens carries them. Actavis is a weak, short acting pain pill. My suggestion is to ask what brands they offer and avoid this one. At least for me, if you have a high tolerance, this is to be avoided. If you can't avoid it, then sucks for you. Good luck but an fyi from a pain pill consumer. There's other choices. We should have a funeral for good 'ol Watson meds. They were well made! ## I prefer actavis and have my pharmacy order it for me... Watson an... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
amoxicillin dosage in 14month old girl

My daughter is 14 months I took her to patient first an they said she has pneumonia they gave her amoxicillin 400mg/5ml and takes 3/4 tsp 3times a day for 10 days I feel that is very high for a 14 month when I take 500mg I don't know if I shoud give it to her or just wait an see what the doctor does ## Hi, Nicole! How is she doing? In children, Amoxicillin is usually dosed by weight, for pneumonia it's 40 to 50mgs per kg of body weight, divided in to even doses every 8 hours. I understand that it may seem high to you and, of course, if you're concerned check with her doctor, before giving it to her, but please do so promptly, to avoid the pneumonia worsening. Learn more Amoxicillin details here. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness, non-allergic skin rash an... ...

Updated in Amoxicillin
a red oval pill with 5114 v inprinted on it

A RED OVAL SHAP PILL WITH 5114 V INPRITED ON IT ## Located a match it's Acetaminophen 650 mg and Propoxyphene 100 mg, which is used to treat mild pain and is additionally an anti-tussive and local anesthetic. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...

Updated in Acetaminophen
Antibiotic Red Capsule 3147 Teva

I was given about 6 of them by a friend for an absess on my arm. Is it safe to take them for an absess? Will it help heal it; possibly make it go away without having to go get it lanced and squeezed at the hospital. ## The red capsule you're describing is identified as Cephalexin 500 mg; an antibiotic used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections. Unfortunately there's no real way of knowing how well you'll end up responding to this drug, since it's common for antibiotics to effect each person differently (with regards to side effects, duration of treatment, and overall efficacy). This is why it's so important to use a legitimate prescription from your doctor, because they can offer you more appropriate advice after an in-person diagnoses/evaluation. For anyon... ...

Updated in Cephalexin
are oxycodone with imprint 114 round white the same as the blue ones?

Looking to get information on comparison of the blue oxycodone to the white round ones with 114 impinted on them... ## i just got them im curious myself ## There are a few different blue Oxycodone tablets on the market, so I can't really single out one over another as far as comparing them goes, unless you are able to provide me with an imprint for the blue tablet as well. If the blue pill that you are referring to is the same dosage as the white pill and they are simply manufactured by different companies, then it is clear to me that the only true difference between the pills is possibly the binders or fillers in each tablet (also known as inactive ingredients). Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the ... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
Advise a suitable tablet for BP 140/100 or 130/90

My BP is in between 140/100 and130/90 most of the times. My GP advised Losar-50 mg to take at 9am (before/after breakfast) and I am using it since 20 days. My age is 40 and does not have any other health problems like Sugar, Cholestral etc., Hence, I would like to know the side effects of this tablet or if any other tablet is good for my age without any side effects... ## The NIH lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. It would be far more risky to allow your blood pressure to remain out of control, because that could lead to dangerous conditions, such as heart attack, stroke, or congestive heart failure. How is the medication working for you? ...

Updated in Nausea & Vomiting
A picture of a White round pill that says A on top of line and 140 on bottom line

A white pill with a A on the top of line and 140 on the bottom of the line ## I cannot post a picture due to copyright reasons, however, I can tell you that this pill contains 1.5mgs of Homotropine and 5mgs of Hydrocodone, a generic for Hycodan. This is used to treat severe coughing. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more on the medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...

Updated in Hydrocodone
Am A Colon Cancer Patient Taking Razo For 7 Days After Chemo And Cepcitabine Caps 14 My Is Avastin Irinoticanits Now5 I Have This Pain In Heart Or May

whats the chest/heart pain am experiencing am taking razo for 7 days, cepcitabine caps for 14 days it has been 5 days since my chemo and my chemo meds are avastin and irinotican. am a colon cancer patient ## From just a post online, no one is going to be able to give you a definitive answer as to what's causing your chest pain. If you are taking Razo, which contains Rabeprazole to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, it could be from acid reflux, on the other hand it could be a heart problem. You should really consult your doctor to get a proper diagnosis and treatment, if necessary. Have you consulted your doctor, yet? ...

Updated in Avastin
A14

Oblong ## This is Metformin 1000mgs, a generic for Glucophage. This is used to help lower blood sugar for diabetics. ...

Updated in Metformin
a 140

Round white pill with thru the middle and a on top and under the line numbers 140 ## You have a Hydrocodone ## hycodan usually used as cough supressant. contains hydrocodone and (homator?) ## Hydrocodone 5mgs and as already said, used for cough and respiratory distress. ...

Updated in Hydrocodone





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