What is the shape of famotidine?
Famotidine Tablets USP, 20 mg are yellow, rounded square shaped, biconvex, film-coated tablets debossed with ‘CC’ on one side and ’60’ on the other side.
How do you identify famotidine?
- ABC00085: This medicine is a beige, round, film-coated, tablet imprinted with “TEVA” and “5728”.
- ABC00084: This medicine is a beige, round, film-coated, tablet imprinted with “logo and 20” and “5728”.
- ABC00086: This medicine is a tan, round, film-coated, tablet imprinted with “logo and 40” and “5729”.
Is famotidine a square Pill?
Pill with imprint CC 60 is Yellow, Four-sided and has been identified as Famotidine 20 mg. It is supplied by Aurobindo Pharma Limited. Famotidine is used in the treatment of gerd; duodenal ulcer; erosive esophagitis; cutaneous mastocytosis; duodenal ulcer prophylaxis and belongs to the drug class H2 antagonists.
What is the classification of Pepcid?
Famotidine belongs to a class of drugs known as H2 blockers. This medication is also available without a prescription. It is used to prevent and treat heartburn and other symptoms caused by too much acid in the stomach (acid indigestion).
Can I take famotidine after eating?
Famotidine can be taken with or without food. To prevent heartburn and acid indigestion, take famotidine 15-60 minutes before eating food or drinking beverages that can cause indigestion. Do not take more than 2 tablets in 24 hours unless directed by your doctor. Follow all directions on the product package.
Is it OK to take PEPCID every day?
To prevent heartburn, take 1 tablet by mouth with a glass of water 15-60 minutes before eating food or drinking beverages that cause heartburn. Do not use more than 2 tablets in 24 hours unless directed by your doctor. Do not take for more than 14 days in a row without talking with your doctor.
What is the difference between over-the-counter PEPCID and prescription PEPCID?
OTC famotidine (Pepcid AC) is used to treat heartburn, and prescription famotidine (Pepcid) treats heartburn as well as stomach ulcers and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).