I have a pill that is suposed to be a 30 mg pseudoephedrine. but I can't confirmthat is what it is, the pill is red in color round shaped, and has an imprint that looks like a L 7 or more like an inverted 7 space normal 7, (mirrored 7's ) imprint is one side only. need this ID ASAP thanks folks!
This is not psuedoephedrine, it is phenylephrine 10mg. Phenylephrine is another kind of decongestant. You can find it on the shelves as Sudafed PE. True Sudafed, which is pseudoephedrine, you have to ask for at the pharmacy counter because quantities are controlled. Anything you buy of the shelf is phenylephrine which doesnt have any limitations. Many products that people used to buy off the shelf have been reformulated to contain phenylepherine, even Nyquil, so that they can keep it on the shelf. For the "real" versions with pseudoephedrine, you have to ask for them at the pharmacy counter.
- Pseudoephedrine Information for Consumers
- Pseudoephedrine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Pseudoephedrine (detailed)
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