Which pill is marked "Mutual 105" on one side?


According to Drugs.com, doxycycline hyclate 100 mg is identified as a blue, capsule-shaped pill measuring 18.00 millimeters and bearing the imprint "MUTUAL 105." The imprint refers to the manufacturer Mutual Pharmaceutical Company, Inc.

Drugs.com states that doxycycline hyclate is used for several medical conditions including acne, upper respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, some sexually transmitted infections, pneumonia, malaria and gastroenteritis. The dosage varies by condition. Consumption of certain multivitamins and minerals while taking doxycycline hyclate can inhibit the body's absorption of the drug.

Drugs.com indicates that the Food and Drug Administration has classified doxycyline hyclate under Category D because of potential fetal risk. Category D drugs have produced positive evidence of human fetal risk when consumed by women during pregnancy.

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