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small blue oval pill with I 7 written on it. eith I or 1 - pretty sure it is an I ## I can't find a listing for this in any of our resources, even playing with the imprint, from 17 to I7 and etc. Was it found in the U.S. or elsewhere? I have a strong suspicion that with that marking it is probably an over the counter item, which would explain why it isn't in any of the databases. There is, however, also a chance that it could be a foreign medication. ## Probably Naproxen 220mg. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Naproxen.
Thu, Jan 13 '11, 1:59 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 209269
Blue Oval Pill With 17 On One Side And An A The Other
Thin oblong pale blue pill with a 1 and 7 imprinted on one side and an A on the other ## The blue oval pill in description is identified as Sertraline Hcl (50 mg) Manufacturer: Aurobindo Pharma National Drug Code (NDC): 65862-0012 Sertraline is an antidepressant primarily used to treat major depression, obsessive compulsive, panic, and social anxiety disorders. Learn More: Sertraline Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Sertraline.
Sun, Jan 20 '13, 2:21 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 241565
44-175
white #44-175 ## Found white oblong pills with 44 175 imprinted on one side. They were in a bottle which identified them as Hydrocodone 10/500mg. And described on the bottle as an Oval Blue tablet with Watson on one side and 540 on the other. Is this likely a pharmacy error or is this likely a situation of someone switching out the pills? My daughter has been treated for Vicodin addiction in the past. and lives at home/ would have had access to this. ## Look mom, we both know the answer to this one....your daughter swtiched the pills. Vicodin addiction is a lifelong battle unfortunately. Once you know you can go to a pill to make you feel good for whatever might be troubling you at the time, its over. A daily battle. Good Luck Mom, get you daughter into treatment and find out the underl... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Apr 22 '13, 5:32 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 164905
357
white, oblong ## Hi, i found a bottle of one thousand pills. They are oval with one end squared off. Pink on one side that says magnum and white with blue flecks on the other that has 357 imprinted. the bottle says caffeine 325 mg and ephedrine sulphate 25 mg. what are these pills used for? ## In reference to ephedrine and caffeine mixture tablets, I remember they were used for people who had trouble breathing due to allergies or asthma. It cleared up the post nasal drip that made one feel like one was drowning. The pharmacist would tell us to drink plenty of water when on this pill. Back in the 1960's and 1770's there was no need for a physicians prescription. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Caffeine.
Fri, Mar 28 '14, 6:48 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 161818
PICTUREOFNORCO
PHOTO OF NORCO10-325MG TAB ## Norco contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone. That said, since there are also generics on the market, I cannot possibly post pictures of all of the available tablets with this dosage, there are many different companies that make it and each must have a unique imprint to enable its identification. Some imprints with this dosing include: A 328, a white, oblong tablet IP 110, white, oblong 176, white, oval M 367, white, oblong V 3601, yellow, oblong RX 497, white, round NORCO 539, yellow, oblong WATSON 853, yellow, oblong And this just includes the ones I could find. Is your pill in this list? If not, please post back with the imprint and I will gladly look it up for you. ## what is the difference between blue and yellow norco ## is blue norco better than the ... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Norco.
Fri, Jul 04 '14, 12:32 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 203644


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