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What if I vomit thirty mins after I have taken pills do they stil work the same.they had already dissolved in my stomache but I tasted them after I vomit. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Tue, Dec 15 '09, 11:22 PM
GGD6 Azithromycin
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I think the pharmacy gave me the wrong pill and now they are closed. My Azithromycin has always been pink not white and this one is white with GGD6 on it. ## Well first off, let me state that when a medication is available for generic production, it is made by many, many different companies and each pill will look different and have a different marking. The color actually means NOTHING. That said, this is, indeed, Azithromycin 250mgs. ## zithromycin comes in many shapes and colors it needs to be verified in the drug books with alll identifiers ggd6 bis not listed anywhere but here and it took me 2 hrs to find something on it ...
Updated 6 years ago in Azithromycin.
Thu, Jun 09 '11, 12:17 PM
American Equivalent Drug Numbers: Z-Pak and Pseudoephedrine
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I was prescribed a Z-Pak (Azithromycin, 250 mg) and pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (60 mg) on a cruise and now my insurance company wants the American equivalent drug numbers for them. ## I think you are talking about the NDC number. It is a seven digit number - and the easiest is to do a search on internet of the medication and dosage - ie: Zithromycin 250 mgm and you should get all sorts of results. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Pseudoephedrine.
Thu, Jun 23 '11, 1:21 PM

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