tiny whit pill cant see any markings on it.
Unfortunately it is not possible to identify a pill without an imprint. All Rx and OTC drugs in the US are required by the FDA to have an imprint, it is what enables us to identify them.
As to your pill - There is no 25mcg tablet made for Clonidine.
What is the origin and why do you think it is clonidine?
Brand Name: Clorpres
Generic Name: clonidine and chlorthalidone
Sorry I had to make proper calculations..I left them there for future reference-
The difference between milli and micro is an order of magnitude -- a factor of 1000. In other words, one milligram equals 1000 micrograms. Hence, 0.25 mg -- that is, a quarter of a milligram -- is equal to 250 micrograms.
25mcg would be 0.1 mg
The 0.1 mg/15 mg product is a yellow, round, scored tablet debossed with M1. They are available as follows:
bottles of 100 tablets
I hope this helps you.-Good question... made me think!
- Clonidine Information for Consumers
- Clonidine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clonidine (detailed)
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