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Red, oval caplet

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Verwon Says:
Drug manufactured with an L are only over the counter drugs, not prescriptions. This one is Acetaminophen 650mgs.

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R Downing Says:
This red caplet stamped L217 was found in a botttle of Tylenlos, Arthritis-650mg.. Would like to knwo what it is and why it was in said bottle.

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woodjc2001 Says:
I found this pill on my sons room ans ir is re, oblong, with the imprints of L217....What is ir? Please Help!

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wodjc2001 Says:
Pinkish/peach colroed pill about the size of 1/4 of an inche. The back is totally blank, however the front has a line across the center from one side to the other on the top of the line it says 44 and below the line ir says 404...? any answers?

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ConcernedMom Says:
I would like to know the answer to this question already posted:

Woodjc2001 Says: Report Abuse
Saturday, 1/10/2009 10:08:45 PM

I found this pill on my sons room ans ir is re, oblong, with the imprints of L217....What is ir? Please Help!

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jimmy Says:
L217 was printed on a red oblong pill

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Ted Says:
It's crack, lady... call the cops... on yourself for invading his privacy.

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Catscry41 Says:
Verwon posted the correct answer, it's simply 650mg of acetaminophen.

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