White 101 Pill Blank On Other Side

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white 101 pill blank on other side

I received my metformin 500 Er pills, white elliptical, for diabetes 2. I was given 3 bottles 360 each. I opened the 3rd bottle and noted the pills are a little smaller and instead of IP 178 on the pill...it has 101 imprinted on one side and the other side is blank. What did they give me. Is it metformin 500 Er or a mistake? ## Hello, Diane! How are you? I can't find anything in the databases with this marking. Can you please double check and post back? The FDA lists the typical side effects of Metformin as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, flatulence, and stomach pain. ...

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Round bluish white pill K 101

Yes, I take Methylphenidate 10mg, but the pharmacy gave me a generic for it and this is the first time I have used this one. The pill is light blue almost white in color, scored and has a "K" on top and a # "101" on the bottom. I can't seem to find any info on this pill. The other problem is it kind of makes me sleepy, so it has a reverse effect? Can you identify this pill for me? Thank you. ## Hi TJ, Sorry to hear about the pill making you sleepy. In many cases, the effects of various medications have been known to backfire. Maybe your body is still acclimating to the different fillers? A round pale green pill imprinted with K over 101 (separated by a scoreline) on one side and blank on the other is reportedly identified as Methylphenidate Hydrochloride 10 mg. NDC: ... ...

Updated in Methylphenidate
Round White Pill 121

Round white pill, rather large, quite smooth, not grainy like other meds. Blank on one side with an imprint 121 in the middle on the other. That's it. ## The white pill in description marked 121 is identified as Acetaminophen (500 mg). NOTE: this particular pill is pictured as being Elliptical / Oval shaped as opposed to "round". Manufacturer: Marlex Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 10135-0144 Acetaminophen is a widely used over-the-counter analgesic (pain reliever) and antipyretic (fever reducer). Learn More: Acetaminophen Details I hope this helps! ...

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green white es 255

Pressed powder Green E | S over White 255. I purchased these from Walmart, and they are the Equate Brand muscle relaxant and anti-inflammatory extra strength. Type: Variant Blanket Brand: Rougier Pharma Product Identifiers: Walmart Item # 30723322, 4095006 UPC 5873997937 MCN 113014 Group # 6000078112712 SKU 10187762 ## These tablets are generic 'Extra Strength Muscle & Back Pain Relief' or similar description. Per the other posts, sold as generic WalMart Equate, Kirkland, and I have Life Brand ones from Shopper's Drug Mart (all in Canada). They are a combination of acetaminophen and methocarbamol, which is the muscle relaxant in Robaxacet. The tablets I have consist of: 500mg acetaminophen (Tylenol) 400mg methocarbamol, muscle relaxant Don't trust that the tablets yo... ...

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