I was given some tablets in a bag labeled "methergine". They are small and white, biconvex. The number 10 is on one side, the letter U with a tail to the right is on the other side. Any idea what these actually are?
What is this pill - with 'U 10' imprint?
- 8 Jan 2014 by midwifeme
- 13 January 2014
Added 8 Jan 2014:
I found it on Kaiser Permanente website. They are indeed Methergine. Thanks
This is a generic version of Methergine - Methylergonovine Maleate 0.2 mg manufactured by Novel Laboratories, Inc. for GAVIS Pharmaceuticals, LLC.
The imprint is described as White, round, biconvex compressed tablets debossed with “n” on one side and “01” on the other side - which is u and 10 upside down.
You will find image here: https://www.drugs.com/imprints/n-01-21765.html
- Methergine Information for Consumers
- Methergine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methergine (detailed)
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