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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
yellow capsule ig322
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i was told that these would help opoid withdrawals? i was prescribed percocet 10mg for the last 2 years and decided i wanted to quit taking them, ive seen prescription pain killers ruin alot of lives and i dont want something like that to happen to me. anyway i havent been feeling good since i quit taking the medicine and a friend gave me these and said they would help make me feel better, i just wanted to get other opinions before a took them. thanks ## These contain 300mgs of Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also used to treat some mood disorders and certain types of nerve pain… and to have any affect, they need to be taken for 4 to 6 weeks, so they really aren't going to do anything to help with withdrawals. Have you consulted your doctor? It would most lik... ...
Updated 9 days ago in Percocet.
Fri, Nov 10 '17, 11:12 AM
Green Yellow Capsule With Tk
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this pill is Tramadol which is a prescription only opiate pain killer ## Can you provide any other information on this? Such as where it's from or what the dosage is? I can't find any listings for this in the U.S. prescription drug databases. ## It is Actavis Tramadol HCL 50mg, green/yellow capsule with "TK" imprinted on the yellow portion. This is AFAIK a european version of Tramadol ## i found a green and yelow cqpsul in my sons room it has tp 416 wht is it ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tramadol.
Wed, May 15 '13, 5:02 PM
yellow and white capsule pill with 041 and ethex
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I just found four of these pills hidden in my childs room. He says it is for allergies and his friend left them. It is a little yellow and white capsule with 041 on the white half and ethex on the yellow half. Can someone please help me quickly and tell me what it is. Thank you ## Please refrain from posting information directly from another source, without providing proper credit to said source. This capsule contaims 5mgs Oxycodone, a narcotic pain reliever in instant release form. Some of the most common side effects include: dry mouth, nausea, constipation and drowsiness. ## The pill is 5mg oxycodone persciption only pain killer ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Mar 09 '16, 11:58 AM
Mox 500 Mg for dental treatment
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my tooth was decayed and I was in some pain. I visited a local dentist who suggested me to go for a root canal. He asked me when I can start the treatment and gave me Mox 500mg yellow capsules and some pain killer. The dentist is a young doctor who seems to be competent but I would like to know whether for what purpose this Mox 500mg is for. I am slight confused as I have read some comments about it. Does it help to prevent the tooth from further decay. ## This contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin, which is an antibiotic and it's used to treat various types of infections. Learn more Amoxicillin details here. Basically, when you have a tooth that has gotten bad enough to require a root canal, it has an infection in it, so an antibiotic has to be used to eradicate the infection.... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Jul 16 '15, 8:52 AM
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yellow white small capsule with ETHEX written on yellow and041 on the white half of capsule ## what is this capsule white and yellow ethex 041 thanks ## ETHEX 041 = Oxycodone Capsules - 5mg (without Acetaminophen). Pain killer, for maximum effect take with 500mg Acetaminophen. ## The Acetaminophen has nothing to do with the effectiveness of the Oxycodone. It is only added into some of the pills so you have an added anti-inflammatory. ## That is not entirely correct, Acetaminophen is an anti-inflammatory as well as anti-pyretic among other things but it is also a stand alone pain reliever and is well established as a potentiator of nearly all opiates. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Apr 07 '06, 10:22 AM

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