What kind of pill has Watson 780 on it?

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The blue pill with Watson 780 on it is Sucralfate 1g which is a generic for Carafate. It is an anti-ulcer medication used in treatment of duodenal ulcers by protecting irritated areas of the stomach from excess stomach acids and foods. Some of the pill's side effects are: dizziness, constipation and vertigo.
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Your blue pill with Watson 780 is Sucralfate 1 Gm Carafate helps to treat or
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It is a "Vicodin" pill. In other words: a Painkiller. Correction! This is Sucralfate (generic Carafate) - a treatment for gastrointestinal ulcers. It's NOT hydrocodone.
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This pill is a 1 gm of Sucralfate. It is manufactured by Watson and is only available by prescription. It protects the stomach from ulcers. Thank you for asking.
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15 Apr 2005 Oblong blue tablet imprinted Watson 780 is sucralfate 1 g, a drug used to treat or prevent ulcers.
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