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Updated 11 years ago.
Wed, Jul 05 '06, 2:17 PM
cyp 282
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white oval ## I found some pills in my medicine cabinet with the marking cyp 282 . Can you identify them for me ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Thu, Dec 13 '07, 11:43 AM
par 282
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capsule por 282 2 tone light blue or light green ## The pill in description is Propranolol Hydrochloride (60 mg). Propranolol Hydrochloride is a non-selective beta blocker mainly used in the treatment of hypertension. Propranolol is indicated for other uses as well, which you can view by following the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Propranolol.
Mon, Jul 26 '10, 7:46 PM
cpc 2826
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white oval pill ## This is an over the counter medication called Midol. It is used usually by women who are PMSing, or having cramps from menstruating. ## gdc 172 ## Jerry, that is a store brand or generic for PeptoBismol tablets. ## The white oval pill with the embossed numbers cpc 2826 is a general form of MIDOL which can be bought at CVS drug-store. I hope this helps. 2 pills at a time can be taken, every 6 hours. ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Sat, Mar 07 '09, 8:52 AM
282 kali
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white round tablet 282 on one side kali on other side ## I can't find this anywhere. Are you certain you have the correct number, and does the pill have anything else but Kali on it? Perhaps it is an over the counter medication. ## Kali is actually a foreign prescription med company, there has been only 4 of their products right now approved for sale in the US. Markings are Kali 082, Kali 280, Kali 281 and Kali 282. They do not make any OTC meds. Kali 282 is Citalopram HBr 40mgs, a generic for the antidepressant Celexa. ## Sorry, that first one should read Kali 083, not 082. ## I thought it was a foreign product and I've seen one or two of them. Which database did you locate it in? Would like to know. ## Well the KALI 083 is listed at wallsrx just under the word KALI, then if yo... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Citalopram.
Mon, Jun 12 '06, 5:08 AM
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white oval ## found small quantity in medicine cabinet. What is CPC2826 and what is it used for? Thank you ## I found one of these too and found this site trying to google it. Has anybody figured it out? ## white oval tablet nothing on one side not scored and says cpc with 2826 under cpc on one side ## It is like midol.It's for women who have bad cramps,while on their period. ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Tue, May 06 '08, 7:49 PM
west ward 282
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white capsule ## I think you meant to say West-Ward 292. Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Methocarbamol (750 mg). Methocarbamol is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms. 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 Methocarbamol.
Fri, Jul 16 '10, 11:52 PM
flexeril pill question
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Found a very small, peach-colored pill. Has the number 282 on one side, and "IG" on the other. I think it's a 5mg flexeril, but would like confirmation please. ? ## Hi Kathleen, From what I could gather, a round peach pill marked with IG on one side and 282 on the other, is reportedly identified as a 5mg Cyclobenzaprine tablet - the generic for Flexeril. Apparently it's a muscle relaxer but has an off-label use for fibromyalgia as well. And for added verification, this pill is listed as being manufactured by a company called InvaGen Pharma. It also carries a National Drug Code of 68462-0552. I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Flexeril.
Tue, Jan 20 '15, 11:59 AM
west and ward 282
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White capsule west and ward 282 ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Thu, Jan 29 '09, 12:46 PM
no keywords small orange pill
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One side encrypted with IG. Other side has 282. Can you identiy?. Looks very interesring,..any knowledge bout this morsel...? . ## Hello, Dely! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by InvaGen Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 5mgs of Cyclobenzaprine. The FDA classifies this medication as a muscle relaxant and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxecta.
Tue, Jun 23 '15, 10:47 AM
west ward 282 white capsule
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imprint west ward 282 underneath, white, capsule shaped tablet, pain relief ## This tablet contains 750mgs of Methocarbamol, which is a muscle relaxant that's used to treat muscle pain, sprains and spasms. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, headache and dry mouth. You can learn more Methocarbamol details here. Is there anything I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 5:50 PM
cyclobenzaprine tl 211 and Cyclobenzaprine IG 282
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I was prescribed Cyclobenzaprine tl 211 at first the pills are 5 mgs Manufactured by Cadista Now recently my doctor has prescribed me Cyclobenzaprine 5 mgs 1 side IG other side 282 Manufactured by Camber these pills are half the size of the tl 211 is there any ingredient missing Im suppose to be worried about in the IG 282 because the pill is smaller? ## Hello, Loretta! How are you? No, they are both listed by their respective manufacturers, Breckenridge Pharmaceutical and InvaGen Pharmaceuticals as containing 5mgs of Cyclobenzaprine. With generics, when one from a different manufacturer is smaller, it's usually because they've used different inactive fillers and is nothing to worry about. The FDA classifies this medication as a muscle relaxant and lists its typical side effects... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Thu, Nov 19 '15, 3:32 PM
Merck ?
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small white oblong pill with M on one side and 7171 on the other ## PLEASE ID A WHITE OBLONG PILL SCORED IN MIDDLE ON ONE SIDE AND A 282 WITH AN UNLCLEAR MARK THAT APPEARS TO BE AN E SHAPED MARKING. THANKS, ## E 282 is Metoprolol XL 50mgs, a generic for Toprol XL, used to help control high blood pressure. Some of the most common side effects include: dizziness, drowsiness, lightheadedness and diarrhea. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Metoprolol.
Mon, Aug 04 '08, 11:47 AM
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Oblong White With CYP and one side and 282 on the other ## Cypress Pharmaceuticals Pill Info Click Here ## This medication is used for the temporary relief of runny/stuffy nose, watery/itchy eyes, and itchy throat that may be caused by allergies, hay fever, the common cold, sinus inflammation (sinusitis), and other breathing illnesses. The decongestant relieves the stuffy nose. The antihistamine relieves the itchy/watery eyes and itchy throat. The anticholinergic has a drying effect that decreases a runny nose and fluid in the sinuses that runs down your throat causing discomfort. Do not use this medication in children younger than 2 years unless specifically directed by the doctor. To decrease the risk for serious side effects, carefully follow all of the doctor's dosage directions... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Thu, Mar 27 '08, 10:55 PM
what is cyclobenzapr used for
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Hi, I found a bottle with peach colored pills. on one side of the pill, it has a 1G and on the other side , there is number 282. name: cyclobenzapr 5mg. On line I found a 5mg pill, blue, one side is 1G and the other side is 283. Is this the same pill? Back in Nov. 2015 my husband was prescribed medication for shoulder pain. I found it in medicine cabinet and wondered if I should save them for another time since we are seniors with Arthritis. Thank You for your help. ## Hello, Esther! How are you? Cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant that's used to help treat the pain and spasms that can occur from strains, sprains and injury. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. It will not alleviate arthritis pain. And yes, both tab... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Tue, Mar 22 '16, 12:07 PM
crescent moon 232
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this pill is white with a crescent looking half moon on one side and 232 on the other ## Hi yusef, I've been trying to match this one up with a known pill. I assume you're talking about a pill within the United States? If not can you tell me what country? The only clue which I have so far is that the crescent looking half moon is the Actavis logo. For example, if you go to the Actavis web site, you can see that shape in their company logo. Is that what's on your pill? As to the specific numbers on it "232", is there any way that it might be "282" or something similar? I'm just asking because I could not figure out if they have a specific white pill with 232 on it. Their Oxymorphone extended release 15 mg matches your description, only it has "262"... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Tue, Oct 02 '12, 11:33 PM
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cpc 2826 ...
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Sun, Jan 07 '07, 9:01 PM
panafen plus
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white, oval-rectangular capsule, imprint- CPC 2826 Panafen Plus? I'm not sure. ## midol i think ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Thu, Jul 21 '11, 5:10 AM
toprol xl 50 mg
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white oblonged shape scored in the middle with e 282on one side ## Ive been taking Toprol XL 50 mg daily for the past 6 years. It was perscribed to me for my heart, I had experienced unsustained v-tach during my second pregnancy twice, and soon they discovered I had a small heart murmor. I want to get off of it. I recently experienced miscarriage and think it was caused by the Toprol. What is the proper way of tapering off of it? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Toprol.
Thu, Nov 19 '09, 10:57 AM
Mfg Roxane
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Hi My name is Johanna and I can't aford My Balsalazide how would or could you help me with this thank you. ## The name brand for Balsalazide in the U.S. is Colazal and there is an assistance program available through the manufacturer Salix. To see if you qualify for the program, you can call them toll free at 866-282-6563. Learn more Balsalazide details here. Can you post back and let me know if you have any luck? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Balsalazide.
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