Loratadine 10mg L612

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white oval L612

I found these small white oval pills with L612 in my purse. I don't know what they are for. There isn't anything on the other side. Can you help me? ## Hi, Cecelia! How are you? These tablets contain 10mgs of Loratadine, which is an antihistamine that's available over the counter, it's better known by the name brand Claritin, this is a generic or store brand. Learn more Claritin details here. Side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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oval pill with L612 on it

i was suppose to loratadine 10 mg and i got a small white oval pill with L612 on it what is it all of mine have been small round withrx526 on them ## Its generic claritin loratadine 10mg tablet. I take them all the time. ## That is correct, it is the same medication, just made by a different manufacturer. Loratidine is an antihistamine used to treat allergies, commonly sold under the brand name Claritin. Some of the most common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and dizziness. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...

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white oval l612 pill side effects

Is the white oval football shaped pill with L 612 a 1mg xanax? It is from a Canadian Pharmacy. ## The tablet matching this description is manufactured by Perrigo company and they list it as being an over the counter product that contains 10mgs of Loratadine. The FDA classifies this as an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat allergies. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. They do also distribute these in Canada, but only containing 10mgs of Loratadine. Is there anything else I can help with? ## So it is xanax but is coming up as Loratadine when id'ing the pill? ## No, it's not Xanax...it is a generic version of Claritin. Don't go scaring people with bad information. ## My name is Elba I have Rhrematoid arthritis... ...

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what pill is small white oval with L412

Loratadine 10 mg. For sneezing, runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, itchy throat and nose. ## @Pp, The white oval Loratadine 10mg pill actually has an imprint of L612 (not L412). For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Perrigo Company and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 45802-650. You can also view a photograph of the tablet by clicking on the NDC link. I hope this helps add some clarification for other readers who may be trying to identify their pill. ...

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white small oval shaped pill 612

white small oval shaped pill stamped 612 on one side ## small white oval pill with a L612 on it on one side and nothing on the other. ## The tablet with the L 612 marking contains 10mgs of Loratadine, the active ingredient in Claritin, this is a generic or store brand, it's now available over the counter. It's an antihistamine that's used to treat or prevent allergies. You can learn more Loratadine details here. Are there any questions or comments? ...

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White Oval L162

I found a random pill lying around and it says this, I'm wondering what it is because I don't take any kind of pills. ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Loratadine (10mg). Manufacturer: Perrigo Company National Drug Code (NDC): 45802-0650 NOTE: the correct marking is actually "L612" instead of L162 Loratadine is an antihistamine drug used to treat allergies. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Loratadine Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...

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white small oblong pill with 1612 number blank on other side

Can you tell me what it's for? I'm trying to get my pills together or throw them away if I can't identify them. Also I have a tiny white pill 278 on the one side and looks like 91 on other side. your help would be a life saver. I am 65 years of age with multiple myloma and lupus and i live alone. My children live in georgia, so i don't ask for help as they have to live their own life. I am afraid to take a pill if i don't know what it is. I found both these pills while cleaning my medicine drawer. my email is {edited for privacy}. God bless and ty. Arnold ## Hello, Arnold! How are you? I'm happy to help you identify these tablets. The one marking is actually L612. It's manufactured by Perrigo and they list it as containing 10mgs of Loratadine. The FDA classif... ...

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