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blue gel capsule P50 I found a small oval blue - gel capsule with P50 in white letters written on it. Can anyone tell me what this pill is used for. Thank you for any insight you may have. Concerned mom.

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Cynn Says:
 
blue gel capsule P50 I found a small oval blue - gel capsule with P50 in white letters written on it. Can anyone tell me what this pill is used for. Thank you for any insight you may have. Concerned mom.


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Crystal Says:
 
Is the capsule all blue or half blue half white? Is it possible the imprint is BP50? Please post back with any more information so I can assist you better.

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Roy Says:
 
The only lead which I have found is that it could be Ibuprofen - Below is an image of the capsules in question which I found with a Men's Health article. The article states "It's not just the pain reliever you choose, but the form it comes in. Liquid-gel capsules of disolved ibuprofen reach the bloodstream almost 60 percent faster than the solid form."

http://www.menshealth.com/healthytips/images/Buy-Liquid-Gel-Caps.jpg

But this is still speculative and I have not yet made a definite confirmation with any of the professional sources. I'm just going off the picture and what the article said about it.

Has anyone else made any headway??

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Notice: This is NOT Ibuprofen

This medication has been identified as Wal-Som Oral 50 mg, which contains Diphenhydramine 50 mg.

It is used as an over the counter sleep-aid, sold by Walgreen's.

Please post back if there are any other questions about this...

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sb Says:
 
Hi. This is a generic sleep pill, not harmful, over-the-counter product. :)

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Smiles Says:
 
That med is the same as found in the antihistamine Bendryl. Causes drowsiness. Also can cause confusion in elderly.

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