I bought a medication called "Uricalm" over-the-counter, that is for the treatment of Urinary Tract Infections. The medication came in a blister pack of 24 pills. The imprint is ALVA 1, and the color of the pills is maroon. Even on the back of the blister pack, which holds all 24 pills, it says "Uricalm." I lost the box, so I wasn't sure whether to take 1 or 2 pills. I used the pill identifier to possibly see how many miligrams is in each pill, but it does not recognize it. Does anyone have ANY information?
I checked the pill ID and found the following:
This is not your medication so I suggest you give your pharmacist a call and ask him / her.
Pill imprint ALVA 1 has been identified as Kneerelief 250 mg-32.5 mg-310 mg.
KneeRelief is used in the treatment of muscle pain and belongs to the drug class Analgesic Combinations.
250 mg-32.5 mg-310 mg
Elliptical / Oval
N - Not a controlled drug
Over the counter
All the best.-
Hi - red round tablets imprinted ALVA 1 is Uricalm max strength (phenazopyridine hydochloride 99.5mg)
Sorry Maso, your pill id was for a white tablet. Alva Amco the OTC company that produces these uses similar imprints on a few of their tablets and color is the only way to differentiate - I have fallen into that trap before as well.
Here is the link to your tablets - you can read the directions in the drug info
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