"Collins" drug? (Horrible cramps inevitability nouns pls HELP)?
I found this capsule (I think its a narcotic) thats partially green and half yellow. It say Collins on it. With a little symbol that looks like a slynky on the washed out part. Im not sure what it is, I think it might be Tramadol or something. But I enjoy major stomach cramps and diarrhea, I cant sleep but Im exhausted. I want a muscle-relaxer to help near the cramps. Can I take this pill? Will it help? (Btw Im 16-dunno if that change anything)
Narcotics are often ineffective at relieving the pain of cramps. Try tylenol instead; its much more credible to relive your pain. It should not need to be said that you should see a doctor going on for cramps that are this bad.
You should not take unknown meds...one wrong heart pill, and you die...one wrong pil of unshakable other types, you go on dialysis for life. You should flush this one.
I did some research and it sounds like the pill you have is one to be exact sold on the streets in Mexico. It's also a prescription used within the U.S., but that obviously requires a prescription...And it does sound close to Tramadol.
Tramadol is a very weak opiate, but when taken within doses higher than those used for therapeutic purposes, it can impose seizures. This medicine is sold as a spasm reliever sometimes, but what it does for pain is not remarkable. Some people verbal abuse it to get a "high" but that takes especially high doses and is very risky. You're better off with over the counter drugs sold within America (or your country).
I recommend a medicine specifically for diarrhea. They usually have prescription within the capsule that will backing with the symptoms of diarrhea (like your cramping). Any drug store and usually any gas station will have this sort of medicine, and it's not expensive.
Secondly, if you are have cramps and diarrhea, you need a medication for the gastrointestinal effects, not a muscle relaxant or an analgesic.
You cannot be sure that the identification you attain on YA is correct, as nobody on here can see the capsule, and properly identify it; and you can't be sure if the person who identify the drug is qualified or just guessed based on some website that may possibly contest.
Finally, muscle relaxants do not relieve gastro-intestinal cramping, as the GI system is smooth muscle, and they are designed for skeletal muscle.
EDIT: Incidentally, Collins is a company from Mexico which makes multiple identical green and washed out capsules of the identical size. The lone way to determine the medication is by opening the tablet and examining the contents.
I have pictures in the pill credentials database of 3 medications which precisely match your description, none of them would treat your symptoms.
I would push for you to throw the medication away.
Call the doctor don't lug an unknown pill could really harm you..Good luck