White Pill With Alza 36

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alza 36, white pill
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white capsule w/ flat ends. it says alza 36 in black. ## the pill is white long with oval ends and has alza 35 in black writing what is it and what is it's side effects? ## it's concerta. ADD medecine and it makes you focus and lose your appetite. ## The pill is Concerta, it Treats ADD and helps you focus, but it also makes you lose your appetite and you may not be able to sleep, It'll also make you pretty stingy for a couple of hours once it wears off ...
Updated 8 years ago in Concerta.
Wed, Aug 19 '09, 1:02 PM
white pill oval shape called alza 36
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I just want too know what that is... ## that is a 36 miligram methylphenidate. It is likely a Concerta, specifically, but it is the same compound used in Ritalin and various other ADD and ADHD medications. Basically, its speed ## ...
Updated 8 years ago in Methylphenidate.
Wed, Feb 11 '09, 5:08 PM
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oblong white pill ## what is this pill ## Concerta Common Name methylphenidate extended release How does this medication work? What will it do for me? Methylphenidate belongs to the family of medications known as stimulants. It is used for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). It helps to increase attention and decrease restlessness in children and adolescents from ages 6 to 18 who have been diagnosed with ADHD. ## Just wanted to add, this is the 36mg tablet. ## its the same affect as dexieanphedamines if your not adha or add it keeps you awake like low grade speed worth bout $2au each but with a per scription bout $5 for 100 ...
Updated 10 years ago in Concerta.
Mon, Nov 12 '07, 2:07 AM
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white pill ## alza 36 is Concerta ...
Updated 12 years ago in Concerta.
Tue, Aug 23 '05, 10:47 PM
i need help with the concerta alza 36
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I told my friend that he shouldent open the capsule and take the white and yellow part because its not meant to be taken like that and i told him it would make him hallucinat and it would make him addicted and he doesn't believe me. The pills are Concerta time release alza 36. Please someone answer because i dont want my best friend addicted to Ritalin. ## The concern with doing that with time released medications is the risk of overdose, because someone could get too much of the medication, at once. However, it may not necessarily make him hallucinate or cause addiction, but the risk is there. These risks are present with any medication that is abused and the overdose risk from defeating the time released mechanism. Typical side effects of this medication may include nausea, headac... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Concerta.
Fri, Jan 30 '15, 1:13 PM
small white pill round Imprint of DP
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aiza36 is imprinted on this white caplet that looks like a half of a pill ## Do you mean ALZA 36? If so it's Methylphenidate 36 mg, which is the most commonly prescribed psychostimulant and is indicated in the treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy, although off-label uses include treating lethargy, depression, neural insult and obesity. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more quetions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Methylphenidate.
Tue, May 26 '09, 3:40 PM
capsule half white half yellow with Lilly 3238 18 mg
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half white, half yellow, w/ Lilly 3238 18mg ## This is the ADHD drug Strattera 18mgs. ## Mit barnebarn på 10 år startede op med Ritalin indtil 22.8-11, hvorefter han gik over til alza 36 og motiron 10 mg. Nu er han i overgang til et nyt produkt fra Lilly, som hedder Lilly 3238, er det et mildere produkt? Hvordan påvirker det ham i længden? og hvorfor tror I, at man er gået over til dette produkt, hvor han igen har ondt i maven, spiselede osv? Har fået at vide, det er et mildere produkt, men tror ikke rigtigt på det. Kan I hjælpe mig med oplysninger?? På forhånd tak. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Strattera.
Sat, Dec 08 '12, 9:59 AM
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whiteoblongpill ## Alza 36 is Concerta Extended Release 36mgs, used for ADHD. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Concerta.
Sat, Dec 16 '06, 1:01 AM
What is Aiza 36
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What is Aiza 36? ## Alza 36 contains 36mgs of Methylphenidate, a generic for Concerta, used to treat ADHD and other conditions requiring a stimulant. ## i found a small white pill aprox1/2inch long with the word azia 36 on the side of it from my 15 year old child. i know its used for tx of adhd but she dosen't have and has never had adhd why would she have this pill what are the side effects ## Be concerned; your daughter is a drug dealer. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Methylphenidate.
Tue, Feb 23 '16, 1:05 PM
aiza 36 tablet
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I found this tablet and don't know what it is ## I think you mean ALZA 36 (i know the lowercase l looks like an i) This pill is extended release Concerta ## aiza36, need to find out what this is for ## This tablet contains 36mgs of Methylphenidate, a generic for Concerta, this is a stimulant, used to treat ADHD. ## white oblong tablet with number 377 stamped on it ...
Updated 8 years ago in Concerta.
Wed, Aug 12 '09, 1:50 PM
adderall pictures
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white oval/cylinder shaped pill with alza 36 printed on it ## Due to copyright reasons, I cannot post the pictures. This tablet, is also not Adderall, it contains 36mgs of Methylphenidate and is a generic for Concerta. They are similar drugs, used to treat most of the same conditions. Some common side effects may include: nausea, insomnia, headache and weight loss. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## found pills i think are adderal ## it is a very small blue pill with while inside i cant c snt imprints on it ...
Updated 7 years ago in Adderall.
Wed, Sep 15 '10, 10:31 AM
I need help from someone regarding Concerta
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Are there any other medications prescription or other wise that look like Concerta( white cylindrical shape, alza 36 imprint) I believe my roomate stole my meds and replaced them. The pills are also white cylinder shaped but there is no imprint code. I'm not that upset he took them I know he has problems but there were over 30 pills left and I dont want him to hurt himself out of ignorance. I know I'm not being paranoid these look just like my meds but like I said there is no imprint. Can anyone help me out? ## The answer to that would be no! Prescription medications in the US have to have unique imprints to allow them to be identified in case of emergency, thus the same imprint code cannot be used on something else. Now, please note, I am only saying this in relation to U.S. me... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Concerta.
Wed, Jan 20 '10, 8:41 PM
 NDC 54868-4759
Concerta 36 mg 24 Hr Extended Release Tablet by Physicians Total Care, Inc. ## Markings: alza;36 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 54868-4759-0, 54868-4759-1, 54868-4759-2, 54868-4759-3 ## Active Ingredients: Methylphenidate Hydrochloride
 NDC 50458-586
Concerta 36 mg 24 Hr Extended Release Tablet by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ## Markings: alza;36 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 50458-586-01 ## Active Ingredients: Methylphenidate Hydrochloride
 NDC 68084-829
Methylphenidate Hydrochloride 36 mg Oral Tablet by American Health Packaging ## Markings: alza;36 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 68084-829-25 ## Active Ingredients: Methylphenidate Hydrochloride
 NDC 0591-2717
Methylphenidate Hydrochloride 36 mg 24 Hr Extended Release Tablet by Watson Laboratories, Inc. ## Markings: alza;36 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 0591-2717-01, 0591-2717-30 ## Active Ingredients: Methylphenidate Hydrochloride

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