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Posted by Jen on May 12, 2000 at 08:16:30:

In Reply to: Dental medication posted by Albert Wee on May 12, 2000 at 07:15:01:

: My wife had a tooth extraction and was given 3 kinds of medicine. However the name of the medicine on the prescription was scribbled and is unreadable.
: The 3 kinds are (I'm guessing, not sure of the spellings):
: 1. Anoxil (capsule of orange and white)
: 2. Anlagel (capsule of yellow and green)
: 3. Ponetar (white pill)

: The problem is that my child (3 yrs) had swallowed 7 Ponetar pills and 2 Anlagel capsules. He had been under observation at home and has no adverse effects for the last 3 hours. Please advise what are these medicine and whether is there any danger and side effects.
: Thank you.

Sorry, but I wouldn't be waiting for an answer here, I'd be calling the pediatrician or ER right away. He's likely to have swallowed the pain control medication, the first listed is probably an antibiotic. Call your doctor.

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