What is a pink triangle pill?

August 25, 2020 Off By idswater

What is a pink triangle pill?

Pill with imprint S 100 is Pink, Three-sided and has been identified as Sumatriptan Succinate 100 mg. It is supplied by Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Sumatriptan is used in the treatment of cluster headaches; migraine and belongs to the drug class antimigraine agents.

What pill is Triangle?

Pill with imprint TRIANGLE SHAPE is White, Round and has been identified as Maxalt-MLT 5 mg. It is supplied by Merck & Company Inc.. Maxalt-MLT is used in the treatment of migraine and belongs to the drug class antimigraine agents.

What drug is GP?

Guaifenesin is an expectorant. It works by thinning and loosening mucus in the airways, clearing congestion, and making breathing easier. Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant (sympathomimetic). It reduces nasal congestion by narrowing the blood vessels in the nose.

What is a GP tablet?

GP 0.5 Tablet belongs to a group of medicines called sulfonylureas and is used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus in adults. It helps control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes thereby preventing serious complications of diabetes such as kidney damage and blindness.

What is a small yellow Pill with a heart on it?

Pill with imprint Heart is Yellow, Round and has been identified as Aspirin Enteric Coated 81 mg.

What is sumatriptan tablet?

Sumatriptan is a medicine to treat migraines and cluster headaches. It does not prevent these conditions. It belongs to a group of medicines called triptans, or serotonin (5-HT1) agonists. You take sumatriptan once a migraine or cluster headache has started.

What happens if PGP is inhibited?

It reduces the oral availability of drugs that are its substrates. Like the enzymes involved in drug metabolism, substrates of P-glycoprotein can potentially act as inhibitors or inducers of its function. Inhibition of P-glycoprotein can result in increased bioavailability of the susceptible drug.

What are the side effects of GP?

Some common side effects of GP-0.5 Tablet 10’s are allergic reactions, headache, nausea, blood pressure drop, shock, abnormal liver function, including skin and eye yellowing (jaundice), bile flow issues (cholestasis), liver inflammation (hepatitis) or failure of the liver.

What is the use of GP?

General practitioners (GPs) treat all common medical conditions and refer patients to hospitals and other medical services for urgent and specialist treatment. They focus on the health of the whole person combining physical, psychological and social aspects of care.

Is it easy to identify a Pink Pill?

A pill with an imprint is generally easier to identify than a pill without one, so always check for this feature first on whatever pill you have. As you look at your pink pill, write down any imprints it has exactly as they appear. If your pill doesn’t have an imprint, go straight to step 2.

Are there any Pink Pills that look like quetiapine?

Be aware, though: some pink pills look a lot alike—and some even have the same imprint! For example, if you’ve got a round pink pill with the imprint 25, it could be a meclizine hydrochloride 25-mg pill used to treat motion sickness or a quetiapine 25-mg antipsychotic. Despite their outward similarities, these are two totally different drugs!

How can I find out if a pill is unknown?

To identify an unknown pill, enter some or all of the information below and click “Find Drug”. Enter all or some of the letters and/or numbers from a capsule or 1 side of the tablet. If you cannot read the marking/imprint, search by color and/or shape.

Where can I find the imprint of a pill?

To find a pill using its imprint, use ctrl + F and type in your pill code. If your pill isn’t listed below, use its shape, color, size, and imprint to look it up on the National Library of Medicine’s Pillbox website. Be aware, though: some pink pills look a lot alike—and some even have the same imprint!