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Green And Yellow Capsule Markings Lannett 1552
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what is this used for??? I found 1 in my appartment.. ## Is the full marking LANNETT 0527/1552? If so, then the capsule contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen, 50mgs of Butalbital and 40mgs of Caffeine, it is a generic for Fioricet and is most commonly used to treat migraines. Learn more Fioricet details here. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Dec 10 '12, 5:37 PM
Green And Yellow Capsule Markings Lannett 1552 What Are They For
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please tell me what this is I think it's my pain medicine and I am in severe pain but I'm not positive ## Hi leelee, Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Aspirin (325 mg) + Butalbital (50 mg) + Caffeine (40 mg); indicated for the treatment of pain & tension headaches, but is often used off-label to treat migraines. Manufacturer: Lannett Company, Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00527-1552 Learn More: Aspirin + Butalbital + Caffeine Details Does this sound like a possible match? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Aspirin.
Wed, Dec 26 '12, 9:52 PM
lannett 0527/1552
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green and yellow capsule ## generic for Fiorinal,Fiormor, Fiortal, Fortabs, Laniroif ===Contains=== Caffeine - 40mg Asprin - 325 mg Butalbital - 50mg =Butalbital is in a class of drugs called barbiturates that slow down your central nervous system (brain and nerve impulses) and cause relaxation. =Aspirin/ butalbital/ caffeine is used to relieve complex tension headaches, although precisely how it works is unknown. ## I have a similar capsule but the number is 1552 only. The 0527 is missing. So my question is what is missing in this capsule? I can't find any information about 1552 I have taken fiorinal, but this capsule doesn't seem as effective. ## What kind of pill is this? - its dark blue, it says LANNET & tha numbers at tha bottom of the pill says 0586 ...
Updated 8 years ago in Fiorinal.
Thu, Jul 30 '09, 6:47 PM
Lannett 05271552
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Lannett 1552 green/yellow ## I have a capsule (dark green/light green) with imprint Lannett 1552 What is this? I can't find it anywhere. ## Its Asprin 325 mg. Butalbital 50 mg. And Caffeine 40 mg. Painkiller. Non-Narcotic but very strong. ## Randolf is correct, this is most commonly used to treat migraines or tension headaches. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Butalbital.
Thu, Mar 20 '08, 1:01 PM
lannett #0527/1552
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2 tone green kelly green and lime or yellow made by lannett can't remember what it was for ## I have a 2 tone kelly green and lime lannett #0527/1552. Did you know what this is for. ## I was prescribed this pill for migraine headaches ## It contains Acetaminophen 325mgs, Butalbital 50mgs and Caffeine 40mgs, a generic for Fiorinal. This is most commonly used to treat headaches, migraines, or tension headaches. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Apr 28 '08, 12:51 PM
asa 325 butalbital50/caff40mgcap
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yellow&green capsule printed on pill lannett 0527/1552 ## Acetaminophen 325mgs, Butalbital 50mgs, and Caffeine 40mgs. Pill Image This is a generic for Fiornal, among others, and is used for certain types of headaches and migraine, as well as some other forms of mild to moderate pain. ## I have one with the imprint 2335 v. You obviously know what it is so if i take two at once, is it dangerous for a 130 lb. seventeen year-old? And dont tell me its not recreational, Ive seen the effects on my friends. Thank you very much for your information, and taking your time to reply to me. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, Nov 13 '12, 6:30 PM
pain killer capsule
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green and yellow capsule ## Are there any markings on the capsule? If there are no markings, it is going to be virtually impossible to positively identify. There is are a couple of green and yellow Fiorinal capsules, some of these markings include: LANNETT 1552 WATSON 3219 FIORINAL 955 FIORINAL 78-103 Do any of these match? If not, please post back with the imprint. Fiorinal contains Acetaminophen, Butalbital and Caffeine, it is most commonly used to treat tension headaches. Read more: ...
Updated 7 years ago in Fiorinal.
Tue, Apr 20 '10, 3:50 PM

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