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m l26 what is this pill
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size small; light green; M on one side ; L above the number 26 on the other side ## This is Lisinopril 40mgs, a generic for Prinivil. This is used to help lower blood pressure. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Apr 16 '08, 2:41 PM
ms contin photo
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lt green m l26 ## What makes you think this is MS contin? I dont find that number/imprint 126 m anywhere. ## Yes, your post is slightly confusing, did you mean M 126, M L26, M and a score line and then 26, or what? Very hard to interpret. And just like nenene said, it is not necessarily MS Contin, I realize many people think that is what they M stands for, but the letters on pills are usually just a company logo and have nothing to do with the actual active drug in the pill. The FDA says that any prescription drugs legally sold, or imported into the US for sale, must have unique imprints for ID purposes, however what that imprint is, is entirely up to the company. So the imprint for each product they make will be different, and the dosage will also make the imprints different. There are... ...
Updated 11 years ago in MS Contin.
Wed, Jun 21 '06, 11:46 AM
Lisino Hctz
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round green pill w/ M on one side L26 on the outher ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Lisinopril (40 mg). Lisinopril is used to control and lower high blood pressure. 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 7 years ago in Hydrochlorothiazide, HCTZ.
Thu, Jan 14 '10, 9:58 AM
lisinopril dosage
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I have been tweaking my dosage of Lisinipril with my PCP. Can you please tell me what dosage is for the following pills: * Yellow round w/ M on one side and L 25 on the other. * Blue round w/ M on one side and L 27 on the other. * Green round w/ M on one side and L 26 on the other. ## M L25 contains 20mgs. M L26 contains 40mgs. M L27 contains 30mgs. Lisinopril is used to help control high blood pressure. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Feb 24 '10, 5:29 PM

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