How Can I Find A Pill By The Lot Number

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how can i find a pill by the lot number
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I have a dark blue oval pill with no imprint, but the lot number is 402437. Could you tell me what it is? ...
Updated 6 months ago.
Sat, Jan 28 '17, 11:57 AM
Lot numbers for pills
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Is it possible for a box of pills to have the same lot number if those pills were purchased in two very distant areas? ## Hello, Nancy! How are you? Oh yes, that is definitely possible. As defined by the FDA, a lot number is just used to pinpoint a certain production run of a medication and, it may include any given number of bottles of pills, depending on how the manufacturer has their system set up and how much medication they manufacture. It is used to help trace it back to a certain time, production run, employees and etc. in case of product tampering, contamination, or etc. Once a certain production is finished, those pills from that lot number could end up anywhere, in any store that carries their product. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 11 months ago.
Wed, Aug 24 '16, 11:33 PM
Blue Pill Lot Number 8987
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What kind of pill is this? Thanks. ## Lot numbers are internal numbers that are used by manufacturers to identify specific production runs of their products. In light of that, they do not actually identify any product or medication, because the some number could be used by several other companies. Thus, to identify one of their products, packaging, lot number, expiration and sometimes other details are required. Are there any markings on the tablets? That is what would enable us to identify them for you. ## Found light blue oval pill has the number L 368 on it what u think it might be ## It's a naproxen 220mg (Nsaids) prescription pill ...
Updated 2 years ago in Naproxen.
Mon, Jun 15 '15, 7:44 PM
pill lot number 1206253b
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Red oblong shaped with a point No words on package ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Mon, Apr 13 '15, 10:45 AM
Lot Number
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I have lot number 104613 of labell anti aging products of arnet pharmaceutical but I don't know the manufacturing date of this lot, please explain for me. Thanks, Giang (come from Vietnam) ## What is the lot number for Dilantin? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Dilantin.
Mon, May 12 '14, 12:10 PM
lot numbers
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I was given a kenalog injection on 12/28/2012. When I got into my car I started reading the paperwork and discovered the shot they had given me was 6 months expired. What should I do? ## If you had any concerns about the safety of expired meds, I think the following information will at least help put you at ease: "According to a Harvard Medical School family health article, except in rare cases (i.e. tetracycline), there is little chance of danger due to taking medications even up to 15 years beyond their expiration date. This conclusion was based upon a study conducted at the request of the US military due to stockpiles of expensive drugs they could otherwise need to replace every few years. The conclusion was that 90% of those drugs remained effective 10 - 15 years after the expir... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Kenalog.
Sat, Dec 29 '12, 9:39 PM
what is lot number
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I had testosterone inj's. at my Drs, office and the chart only lists a lot number. How can I find out if these inj's. were generic or brand name drugs? ## @BillyG, From what I could gather, lot numbers are issued by the manufacturer of the medication. Apparently each batch of whatever product these manufacturers make are assigned this unique set of numbers to help them monitor and keep track of certain drugs that require recalls, shipping orders, or other important measures. One article I read suggested that it be thought of as a medication's social security number in that sense. I think the only way to know for sure what you were given at the doctor's office that day would be to call in or ask during your next appointment. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Testosterone.
Mon, Jan 26 '15, 1:20 PM
Drugs by lot number
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Lot # 712032 round blue pill no markings on pill? ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Mon, Jul 05 '10, 10:50 AM
lot number tracking
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Can you track where a medicine was purchased by the lot number? ## Hello, Jef! How are you? No, you cannot. The same lot number is usually used for a certain production run of a drug, so for instance the same lot number might be used on 5 million bottles of Tylenol that were made on a certain day, on a certain factory shift. The manufacturer does keep track of where those lot numbers are sent, but as I am sure you can guess, that can equal many stores in various areas of the country. So, you might want to know where this lot numbers was sold and it would be a list of 142 Target stores, 327 Wal-Marts,, and etc. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for the info ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tylenol.
Wed, Oct 02 '13, 10:43 AM
kenalog lot number
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My Husband was injected in the knee December 2012 and caught Meningitis, I am trying to get the Lot Number ## Hello, Toot! How are you? You'd need to contact the doctor that gave him the shot for that information. There is no national databases of drug lot numbers and who they were administered, too. Did they definitely tie it to the shot? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Kenalog.
Fri, Jun 27 '14, 3:31 PM
drug lot numbers
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trying to get information on the federal requirement of lot numbers from a distribution mode. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Oct 02 '15, 10:18 AM
what is lot number 403427
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white pill take 3 time a day taking for weight loss ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diet / Weight Loss.
Sat, Aug 29 '15, 4:48 PM
what is lot number p96823
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Found cold medication in my medicine cabinet without the package instructions. Need to know the name. ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Tue, Oct 11 '16, 5:29 PM
Lot Number is 900025-1
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Found these brown and yellow capsles. They have no markings on the capsles but are packaged indiv. with the above lot number and expir. date on the outside of the package. Thank you for any help. ## I'm afraid I cannot help you with just the lot #. That can be an internal thing used to track certain manufacture runs of the product, so the same # could be used for more than one company for more than one product. If there are no markings on the capsules, it will be virtually impossible to positively identify them, unless you would pay to have them lab tested. These could be any one of a number of over the counter items or foreign medications. Where were they found? ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Mon, Jul 26 '10, 3:16 PM
lot number look up
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Please look up a medication by lot number TMSA15268-A ## LOOKING FOR A MEDICATION WITH LOT # PRO3150 I THINK IT IS DOCETAXEL ## At this time I don't think there is any way to look up medication via their lot number. For example, Lot # PRO3150 comes up as a Motorola headset/earpiece accessory which is completely unrelated. Lot # TMSA15268-A also yields nothing. Perhaps an easier approach may be to search for Docetaxel (the medication in question) and see if you recognize the specific tablet by imprint or description? Medications can even be searched by their NDC if you happen to have that information on hand. MedsChat has a National Drug Code Database that can be accessed from the home page. Does anyone else have thoughts or suggestions to add? ## Looking for lot 051670 it is half bl... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Docetaxel.
Mon, Jan 30 '17, 9:09 AM
lot number G13128
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Small clear flat bottom with red inner setting cap. Labled 5pcs. IPS -Emp Esthetic staining technique type-2 class-1 made in Liechtenstein FL-9494 Schaan. Lot# G13128. Do needles or the tip for syringes come in this type of package? ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Sun, Nov 06 '16, 6:24 PM
Drug name By Lot Number E1124C001
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Please can you help me establish the name of the drug with the following specification; Lot number: E1124C001. Manufacturing Date: 03 March 2010. Expiring Date: 02 March 2013. From a korean company. Looking forward to hear from you. {edited for privacy} ## Can you please help me find out who manufactured Testosterone Cypionate 200mg/?ml in Oil for IV lot # 08011009 ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Apr 24 '14, 2:59 PM
lot number 9000251
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Found these brown and yellow capsles. They do not have any markings on the capsle. The package has a lot number 900025-1 and a epir. date. Thanks for any help. ## I'm afraid I cannot help you with just the lot #. That can be an internal thing used to track certain manufacture runs of the product, so the same # could be used for more than one company for more than one product. If there are no markings on the capsules, it will be virtually impossible to positively identify them, unless you would pay to have them lab tested. These could be any one of a number of over the counter items or foreign medications. Where were they found? ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Wed, Jul 28 '10, 4:06 PM
Lot Number10123523
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Yes this is an Excedrin Lot #. I want to know if it is legit. ## Legit in what way? Are you asking if it's actually Excedrin, or if it is one of the lots that were recalled? Are there any markings on them? ## Well yeah! I wanted to know if it was legit and if this was one of the lots that were recalled. Also if there are any plans to bring this medication back. ...
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Mon, Apr 16 '12, 3:06 PM
lot number 3354ftn101
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My six week old puppy is sick after taking this dewormer number 2 and vomiting for about 36 hours now. ...
Updated 5 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Sun, Feb 26 '17, 5:43 PM

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