Gpi A325

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LIGHT ORANGETABLET WITH BRIGHTER ORANGE AND WHITE SPECKS/GPI A125 INSCRIBED

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jodee Says:
 
this pill i found says gpi a325 but instead of orangeish with white speckles its all white and round. wat will it do if i take it? dumb question huh

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The orange GPI A325 contains 25mgs of Diphenyhydramine, a generic or store brand of Benadryl. This is used to treat allergies.


The white one with this marking contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen , it is a generic or store brand of Tylenol.

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