Round yellow pill with IP117 on one side and nothhing on the other side. What mg is the pill and what is it used for?

Not Medical Advice: The pill imprint of "IP 117" belongs to Reprexain (10 mg/200 mg), which is round and yellow. Reprexain is used in the treatment of pain, and this pill also belongs to the drug class titled "narcotic analgesic combinations".

Risk cannot be ruled out during pregnancy while using this drug. Reprexain, including the 10 mg and 200 mg strengths, has a moderate potential for abuse.

In pain management news, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently gave the nod to a new pain management device, for the relief of chronic intractable pain in the lower leg and foot. The devise is worn under clothing on the upper calf, and activated by a button-push.

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Sunday, December 09 2012