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small peach oblong pill with rsn and 35 mg
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small peach oblong pill with RSN and 35 mg on each side ## This is a 35mg Actonel tablet, which contains the active ingredient Risedronate. It is used to strengthen bone and to treat or prevent Osteoporosis. Common side effects may include: nausea, back pain, bladder infection and joint pain. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Actonel.
Wed, Mar 17 '10, 5:31 PM
Pill With R12
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small oblong pill with R12 blank on other side. ## Hi dorothy, Unfortunately I'm having a a difficult time finding an oblong white pill with R12 only on one side.. The closest match I've found is Risperidone (2 mg); which is a round pink pill with R12 on one side and M on the other. Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-3512 Risperidone (/rsprdon/ ri-spair-i-dohn) (trade name Risperdal, and generics) is an antipsychotic drug which is mainly used to treat schizophrenia (including adolescent schizophrenia), schizoaffective disorder, the mixed and manic states associated with bipolar disorder, and irritability in people with autism. Risperidone belongs to the class of atypical antipsychotics. It is a dopamine antagonist possessing antiserotonergic... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Risperidone.
Fri, Jun 28 '13, 8:01 PM
I can't remember what my pill WW928 is for? I have cancer pain.
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White oblong tablet with WW928 on one side of a smooth, unscored surface. Is it my pain med for cancer or what is it? Is this my pain pill or my dog's? RSVP WW928-brand name of pill. kmr ## It's Ciprofloxacin 500 mg. It's an antibiotic. A pretty good one, too, as it works for Anthrax. ;) ## Sara's identification is correct, so thank you! This antibiotic is commonly used now as the first choice where the specific bacterial pathogen hasn't been identified, such as if there just hasn't been time to culture and grow out the bacteria, but treatment needs to be started immediately. As an antibiotic, it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Are there any other questions or comments? You can learn more Ciprofloxacin detai... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Ciprofloxacin.
Wed, Jul 12 '17, 4:00 PM
it is for anxity
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white bar m b4 on one side and othe rside it has 10 three times ## the pill is i guess for anxity, and white oblong, one side of the pill, it says m b4 and other side it says 10/10/10 it is like u can break it 2 or 3 ways. ## yes , that is what i was told but i'm not sure ## It sounds like the pill in question is BuSpar, (Buspirone), and it IS an anti-anxiety drug. (Prescription Only, of course). ## Pill Image Scroll down to see your pill. JR is correct, this is Buspirone, the generic for Buspar, this is a 30mgs tablet. The reason for the funny division on the back of it, is so you can divide the dose easier if needed. ...
Updated 11 years ago in BuSpar.
Sat, Apr 15 '06, 8:17 AM
janssen drug/
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janssen is the name printed on the orange oblong tablet and R2 on the other side. I need to know what this pill is used to treat. Thank you. ## Found pill not sure what it is ## I found one too... it says Janssen on oneside and Ris 0.25 on the other... I think it's to treat schitzo and bipolar mania. ## i found this elongated pinkish pill it says janssen on one side and R 2 on the reverse ## Janssen RS is Risperdal 2mgs, yes this is an antipsychotic, it is also used for people with mental health issues who have racing thoughts and anxiety and can't sleep. The RIS 0.25 is the same thing, just a lower dose, 0.25mgs as it is a very strong med and some people cannot tolerate at full mg of it. ## I found a big white pill thats cut in halves that has a g on one side and 21 on the othe... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Risperdal.
Fri, May 05 '06, 3:01 PM

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