What is a peach pill that says 2003 on one side and teva on the other? And what is it used for?
Not medical advice: The two closest matches are round, orange pills with the imprint “TEVA 2083” or “TEVA 2089.” They are both hydrochlorothiazide, but the strengths are 25mg and 50 mg, respectively. The drug is a thiazide diuretic, which helps reduce fluid retention by preventing the absorption of too much salt. It is used to treat edema in people with kidney disorders, cirrhosis of the liver, or congestive heart failure. It is also used in the treatment of hypertension.
Updated on Monday, February 06 2012 at 09:36AM EST