C5 (Clarinex 5 mg)

Generic Name: desloratadine

Pill imprint C5 has been identified as Clarinex 5 mg.

Clarinex is used in the treatment of urticaria; hay fever and belongs to the drug class antihistamines. Risk cannot be ruled out during pregnancy. Clarinex 5 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.

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Clarinex
Generic Name:
desloratadine
Imprint:
C5
Strength:
5 mg
Color:
Blue
Size:
6.00 mm
Shape:
Round
Availability:
Prescription only
Drug Class:
Antihistamines
Pregnancy Category:
C - Risk cannot be ruled out
CSA Schedule:
N - Not a controlled drug
Manufacturer:
Schering-Plough Corporation
National Drug Code (NDC):
00085-1264
Inactive Ingredients:
calcium phosphate dihydrate dibasic
microcrystalline cellulose
corn starch
magnesium silicate
carnauba wax
white wax
lactose monohydrate
hypromelloses
titanium dioxide
polyethylene glycol
FD&C Blue No. 2
aluminum oxide
Other Manufacturers / Repackagers:
NDC CodeManufacturer / Repackager
66336-0828 Dispensing Solutions Inc. (repackager)
33358-0085 Core Pharmaceuticals Inc (repackager)
55289-0925 PDRX Pharmaceuticals Inc (repackager)
49999-0410 Lake Erie Medical and Surgical Supply (repackager)
57866-0145 Direct Dispensing Inc (repackager)
68115-0083 Dispensexpress Inc (repackager)
52959-0685 H.J. Harkins Company, Inc (repackager)
54868-4624 Physicians Total Care Inc (repackager)
54569-5352 A S Medication Solutions LLC (repackager)
21695-0815 Rebel Distributors Corp (repackager)

Note: Inactive ingredients may vary.

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