What Does This Mean On A Pill Xo 1

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xo 10
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this pill is NOT OXYCODONE! It is a steroid. ## Hello Doc slick, I haven't been able to find a pill with the imprint xo 10. Did you mean OX 10 perhaps? If so, you are correct in saying that it is a steroid, also referred to as an anabolic or androgen. It is a white elliptical/oval shaped pill which contains the active ingredient Oxandrolone (10 mg). In addition to being used as a steroid, it is indicated for the treatment of: turner's syndrome, weight loss, and alcoholic liver damage. Side effects can include: Changes in menstruation (periods). Changes in hair growth or skin color. Breast swelling or tenderness. Referenced from: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMHT0011523/?report=details#side_effects I hope this information helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 10:51 PM
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I DONT NO IF THIS IS A PERCOCET 10/325 OR NOT IT IS A LONG WHITE PILL WITH #M523 ON ONE SIDE AND #10/325 ON THE OTHER? ## NO A 10/325 PERCOCET IS LONG OVAL AND YELLOW ## o hell ya it is. its called a perk 10 which has no asporin in it its all good codine they have a peace one and a white one which r 5's ## i meant peach ## idk but i just got alot of them ## im tryin to figure out if they perks or viks ## 10/325 XODOL ## is there a NAME for generic Percoset? ## Well first of all, the colors of pills are not proprietary, so not all Percocets are yellow, the only way to tell what it is, is to look up the imprint code. The sizes, shapes and colors of pills can vary greatly from manufacturer to manufacturer once a pill is released for generic production as there are NO regulations govern... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Percocet.
Tue, Jul 07 '15, 9:27 PM
types of nerve pills
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pink pill, ## I'm sorry, I can't tell you anything from just the color. That actually means nothing in regards to what the pill is. Are there any markings on the tablets? This is what enables us to identify them. If you can post back with more information, I will gladly help you, as much as I can. ## does anyone know what a oranges pink color pill g on one side al 0.5 on the other? ## I am curently on 2mgs xonax, and 2mg ativan. I need to know if there is a stronger nerve pill out there, these meds I am on are not helping when i dble my dose all it does it helps me sleep. Ive tried cousoling everything, I have ptsd, and anxiety disored, and nerves are tremediously bad. ## The pill with G 0.5 written on it, is Xanax Extended Release 0.5 MG. ## Rmo1 and they are green and round ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ativan.
Mon, Aug 03 '15, 7:09 PM
xorimax - will it help with an infection?
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I have a cough with yellow phlegm. Will xorimax 250 help? I just want to get rid of the yellow phlegm. Is it safe for me to take it? ## Hello, Joan! How are you? Has there been any change? This medication is an antibiotic that is used to treat or prevent various types of bacterial infections. The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. However, yellow phlegm does not always mean that an infection is present, according to the NIH, although it was thought to be true for many, many years. It has been discovered in more modern times that it may just mean your body is fighting off a cold, or other issue. Thus, you should not take an antibiotic, unless your doctor confirms the presence of an infection. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Allergies, Cough & Cold.
Sat, Nov 26 '16, 7:22 PM
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WAKE IT ABD IA HALF UOR WRK ## Did you mean Zolpidem, the active ingredient in Ambien, which is used for the short term treatment of insomnia? Most regular release tablets take 20 to 30 minutes to start working, after you take them. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and funny taste in mouth. Read more: Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Zolpidem.
Thu, Dec 23 '10, 1:55 PM
xopenex for nebulizer
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I tried everything, I mean everything and in the pulmonologists office they gave me xopenex in nebulizer. It saved my life. Fla medicaid wont pay for it even after docs asked 3 times. ANY help for me? ## I am not sure what the qualifications for the programs are, some may not help if you have insurance, but it doesn't hurt to call them and check. I found two listed that may help with Xopenex: The Partnership for Prescription Assistance 888-477-2669 and RX Outreach 800-769-3880. Can you please post back and let me know if either one of these can help you? If not, I'll see what else I can find for you. ## Neither one can help me. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Xopenex.
Thu, Apr 12 '12, 4:28 PM
Doc. Angel
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The RED n BLUE Xanax bars are the real deal, if not wayy better!!! you arent gettign screwed they are a-1! Promise! xoxo ## Hi Angel, It is important to note that every medication can effect each individual differently. What works well for you may not be nearly as effective for someone else. Maybe the person taking a lesser effective version doesn't necessarily require a "stronger" medication to control their anxiety. There are many factors that you have to consider when "promising" that something is "wayy better" than something else. That's excellent for you by all means, but it would be horrible if someone else took that advice and didn't get the same results as you did with it, due to different body chemistry; even if your intentions are well. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Xanax.
Sat, Feb 25 '12, 6:32 PM
tablet lomoxicam
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pls advise whAT is lomicam tablets used for ? Is it a painkiller or used for the maintaince of a person having muscular problems ## what is lomoxicam tablets used for ? I am taking Xofen 4 mg which is lomoxicam tablet, is it a pain killer or is it for maintaince of person having muscular problems , what are the side effects ? ## Did you mean Lornoxicam? It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: ## what is a 8mg tablet of lomoxicam used for? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Pain Relief.
Tue, Aug 31 '10, 9:00 PM
Benfotiamine Methylcobalamin Alpha Lipoic Acid Inositol Chromium Polynicotinate Pyridoxine Folic
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What are tablets with the combination of Benfotiamine Methylcobalamin Alpha Lipoic Acid Inositol Chromium Polynicotinate Pyridoxine Folic used for ## This is just a nutritional supplement that's meant to prevent, or treat a deficiency in the vital nutrients it contains. Has your doctor recommended that you take it? ## My doctor recommended that I take this medication of Mehthylcobalamin ,Alphalipoic acid, selenium,chromium chloride, colic acid and inositol tablets What are they for and what are the side effects? ## prescribed XON-ALPHA (contains benfotiamine 150mcg, mecobalamin 1500mcg, alpha lipoic acid 100mcg, inositol 100mcg, folic acid 1.5mg, chromium picolinate 200mcg & selenium dioxide 55mcg for Brachial Plexus/fracture in left shoulder. Also advised Q-Cell+ which is not a... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Chromium.
Mon, Apr 03 '17, 12:43 AM

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