What is the round white pill with 1G on one side and 276 on the other?
- 26 Jun 2011 by pdegloria
- 26 June 2011
Regretfully I could not find a match for 1G 276, however I did find a very similar one which is IG 276.
Here is a link with an image and information of the medication which could possibly be the one you are trying to id:
All the best,
I believe you are referring to the round white pill with IG (Upper Case Eye, followed by upper case G. IG is on one side, 276 is on the other. The numbers and characters on engraved on the white pill. I believe it is HYDROXYZINE (generic for ATARAX), 25 MG tablet. According to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000796/ Hydroxyzine is used to relieve the itching caused by allergies and to control the nausea and vomiting caused by various conditions, including motion sickness. It is also used for anxiety and to treat the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.
I have found Hydorxyzine 25 mg tablets to be very helpful in calming me down so I can sleep at night.
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