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round white pill pvk on top half 250 on bottom half back side has 66 on top and 949 on bottom

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T Says:
Did anyone ever find out what this is? I have found the same pill in my daughters room. Any help would be great.

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Mark Says:
Yes, this pill is 250 mg Penicillin V an antibiotic

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