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What is lamotrigine er used for?

What is lamotrigine er used for?

Lamotrigine is an anti-epileptic medication, also called an anticonvulsant. Lamotrigine is used alone or with other medications to treat epileptic seizures in adults and children. Lamotrigine is also used to delay mood episodes in adults with bipolar disorder (manic depression).

What is PSD 21 pill?

STOOL SOFTENER PLUS STIMULANT LAXATIVE- docusate sodium and sennosides tablet.

Which is better Colace or senna?

Colace (docusate) softens the stool, but may not stimulate a bowel movement as quickly as a laxative. Relieves occasional constipation. Senokot (senna) is gentle and effective for occasional constipation, but it can’t be used as a long-term treatment. Safer than laxatives.

Is senna a stool softener or a laxative?

Descriptions. Senna is used to relieve occasional constipation in adults and children. This medicine is a laxative. It generally produces bowel movement in 6 to 12 hours.

What is the RxList pill identifier?

The RxList Pill Identifier Tool will help you identify prescription, OTC, generic, and brand name drugs by pill color, size, shape, and drug imprint. Match your drug imprint (Pill ID) to the pictures and quickly identify your medications.

What is a pill imprint code?

This code — combined with the pill’s size, color, and shape — helps you tell it apart from other medications. A pill’s imprint code can be made up of any single letter or number, or any combination of letters, numbers, marks, or symbols. It might include words, the drugmaker’s name, or other details.

What do the numbers on a pill mean?

The numbers, letters, or other text that you see on a pill are its “imprint code,” a feature that helps you identify it. The FDA requires most OTC and prescription drug tablets and capsules to have an imprint.

What information does the pill identifier contain?

Each result includes a pill’s picture, its brand and generic names, strength (dose), and other info. The Pill Identifier helps you spot FDA-approved medications only. It doesn’t identify dietary supplements (for example, most vitamins and herbals), illegal drugs, or drugs from outside the United States.