Indomethacin ER pill identification by imprinted code,color and shape

What about Indomethacin ER and what is Indomethacin ER used for?

Indomethacin ER is a medication used for treating back pain; gout acute; osteoarthritis; cluster headaches; rheumatoid arthritis

Like any other medication,Indomethacin ER also has side effects which are known to us or not be reported until now. If you have serious side effects such as the following: chest pain, weakness, shortness of breath, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance. black, bloody, or tarry stools. You should stop taking this medicine and consult with your doctor.

Please be noted: In U.S. all the medications including OTC and prescription are proved by FDA,which should be required to have a unique imprint.If you are using a drug without any imprints,then there are several reasons for this case.Firstly,it maybe a new medication which is not approved by FDA until now.Secondly,it may also be a vitamin or any other supplement,even,it will be an illegal drug.Lastly,other foreign medications are not required.So in any of above case,you’d better check with your doctor before using this pill. Now according to Indomethacin ER,due to a variety of factors such as brands,manufacturers,drug dosage and others,the pill could be imprinted with WPPh 157 WPPh 157 or other codes,check out this information as below:

This Blue / Clear Capsule-shape pill with imprinted WPPh 157 WPPh 157 is Indomethacin ER 75 MG from pill identification system,it is a(an) Prescription only medication and the strength of Indomethacin ER 75 MG is 75 MG.

The list of pills maybe not a whole list,share your knowledge about Indomethacin ER including side effects,interactions and etc,write it down and it will be appreciated very much.

Contributor by on May 8th, 2013

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