My father, who has Alzheimer's pretty bad, came home after appx. 2 days at a mental health facility for assessment. In his meds., there was a pill I cannot id. It's a sm.round white pill. SIDE 1 just has a line down the center where it can be split in half. SIDE 2 has ONLY the following imprinted; CYP. A very simple looking thing but I CANNOT find any info on this pill! Please help if you can.
12 Sep 2011
Generic Name: cyproheptadine
Strength: 4 mg
"This medication relieves seasonal and year-round allergy symptoms such as watery/itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing. It is also used to relieve itching and hives caused by some skin conditions."
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