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Oval/Oblong White imprinted with N204 on one side
Rx on bottle says Tramadol 50mg, but it does not look like any Tramadol I've had in the past. I'm used to round pills, and this came in a different shape. Just want to make sure it's what I'm supposed to have. ## Hi, Joyce! Did you mean N 024? If so yes, that tablet contains 50mgs of Tramadol, which is a centrally acting analgesic. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and constipation. This medication may also be habit forming. Learn more Tramadol details here. ## Verwon, you are absolutely correct. Thank you very much, I can now rest easy that I have the correct Rx. ...
Updated 9 months ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Jul 09 '13, 9:08 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 248607
Az 024 Orange and has white specks in it
It is bigger than a normal round pill and AZ is on top of the 024 and it is on the same side of the pill ## Aspirin child chewable is an orange pill with the imprint AZ 013, but I haven't found any specific details on the imprint AZ 024. Based on that, I can only speculate that they may be in a similar drug class. Does anyone else have this pill in their possession with an ID on it? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Aspirin.
Wed, Jun 27 '12, 2:03 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 232344
Triangular Pill With C G On One Side And V The Other
Triangular white Pill With CG On One Side And V shape on The Other ## Hello, The closest match I've been able to find is Femara (2.5 mg). It is a round yellow pill with a "CG" imprint on one side and "FV" on the other. Femara belongs to the drug classes aromatase inhibitors, and hormones/antineoplastics and is used in the treatment of breast cancer (metastatic and adjuvant) and female infertility. Manufacturer: Novartis Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 00078-0249 You can learn more about this drug on the page for Femara Details Perhaps you have a similar medication that was manufactured by a different company? ## If it is white, it is Cataflam, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID). ...
Updated 10 months ago in Femara.
Sat, Jun 08 '13, 6:39 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 245359


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