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4 pills, cant find id
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    demanis is offline New Member
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    Default 4 pills, cant find id

    Pill 1 - Orange round with imprint E above 43
    Pill 2 - Round yellow with imprint LSP over 10
    Pill 3 - Round brown with ELP over 10
    Pill 4 - Round white with the letter M or W on one side and 144 on the other

    I appreciate any help anyone can give, thanks

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    E 43
    and is RED ORANGE ROUND AND UNSCORED TABLET
    National Drug Code (NDC): 001850043XX
    Generic Name: MIDODRINE HCL 5MG
    This product is marketed by Eon Labs
    and is equivalant to PROAMATINE
    For regulating Hypertension

    M 144
    and is WHITE ROUND AND UNSCORED TABLET
    National Drug Code (NDC): 003780144XX
    Generic Name: TAMOXIFEN CITRATE 10MG
    This product is marketed by Mylan
    and is equivalant to NOLVADEX
    TAMOXIFEN is the prototype agent of a class of drugs called selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs), which have both estrogenic and antiestrogenic effects on various tissues.

    I have no idea what the other two could be.

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    demanis is offline New Member
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    Hey thanks a lot. Nice to find a site with friendly and knowledgeable people . Where do you find your info from?

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    Images of both pills are availiable at their respective manufacturer's websites. Not all Pharm Co.'s have images of their products, but those two happen to have great websites. If you know what Co. an inscription denotes, it's best to get the info stait from the manufacturer.

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    Stallion, thanks for being here. We are very glad you've joined us. And I know you are knowledgeable.

    For the other two questions:

    Pill 2 - Round yellow with imprint LSP over 10 is 10 mg lisinopril, an ACE inhibitor used to control high blood pressure.

    More info: https://www.drugs.com/lisinopril.html

    Pill 3 - Round brown (maybe pink??) with ELP over 10 is 10 mg enalapril, another ACE inhibitor.

    More info: https://www.drugs.com/enalapril.html


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