I am taking a pill called Hyoscyamine Sulfate. Dr said it was suppose to be sublingual but I can't believe that would make a sublingual pill that tastes so horrible. It is white and round and thick. On one side it says 13 on the other it say CL. I am wondering if I have the right pill. Pill indentifer can't identify it. Anybody have any ideas?
Pill imprint "CL 13" is Hyoscyamine sulfate Oral.
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All the best,
You do have a Hyoscyamine Sulfate tablet but not the sublingual one.
CL 11 is 0.125mg Sublingual
CL 12 is 0.125mg Orally Disintegrating mint flavor and
CL 13 is 0.125mg oral tablet
All are made for County Line Pharmaceuticals
- Hyoscyamine Information for Consumers
- Hyoscyamine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Hyoscyamine (detailed)
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