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Splitting film-coated pills

Splitting film-coated pills

I have some Manly, which has a film coating on it. Can I still split it and have it work just the same or do I need to leave it fully intact for purposes of the coating? Thanks for any help.

Sorry mods, this should be in supplements.

Any medication that is not scored should not be split. I would get a doctors OK before you split a non scored medication.


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What is Manly? Never heard of it.

Originally Posted by johnwhite
What is Manly? Never heard of it.

A generic version of V.

Originally Posted by kingpole
Any medication that is not scored should not be split. I would get a doctors OK before you split a non scored medication.

Sorry, but what does ‘scored’ mean?

Scored would be if it had a line through the center. That would indicate that you can cut it at the line if half doses are necessary.

I assume by V you mean viagra. I have generic levitra and break them into smaller pieces, I get maybe five doses per pill. I can’t imagine splitting your pills would be a problem, as lowering your dose would probably be safer than taking a full dose. Unless your pills happen to be time-release, in that case it would release more drug into your system faster than intended. I can’t imagine they produce time released viagra though.

There should not be a problem with splitting the generic V as long as the pill is not a liquid capsule. If you have a hard time cutting them, just buy a pill splitter from Wal-green’s or Eckrd.

Not a problem James. The left-over pill “what you didn’t take” should be maybe wrapped in alum. Foil, kept air tight to not cause lose in quality.

Those Manly,,,start out with a 1/4 tab. They can be potent depending on how viagra affects you.

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