Peach L 165

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peach pill oval with L 165
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Cant seem to find out what it is, does all OTC pills come with a L on them? ## No, not all over the counter products have an L on them, just the ones from one particular manufacturer, LNK International. There are also some prescription products that use an L, it's just a different logo than the one used on the over the counter products and doesn't use the 3 number format after it. Learn more OTC drug details here. And this is an over the counter one that has been asked about before, but I haven't been able to find an identification for it yet. Does anyone else know what this is? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Jan 15 '13, 5:36 PM
Oval Pill With L 165 peach
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What is this pill, people keep telling me it's catapres,I don't believe it is. ## The imprint on the generic Catapres tablet that meets this description is actually LI 65, I separated it out to try to show that it's supposed to be a capital i, not a numeral 1. Learn more Clonidine details here. It contains 0.3mgs of Clonidine, which has several medical uses, such as lowering blood pressure and treating anxiety. Where did you find it? ## I ran out of my meds, and a friend gave it to me. Wanted to make sure it was catapres. Thank you so much!!! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Catapres.
Mon, Jan 07 '13, 12:11 PM
Round Pill With L 165
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Hello i found a little peach colored pill with L 165 printed on it. Can anyone tell me what it is? ## I haven't been able to find a listing for this, but that is most likely because it is an over the counter product and those imprints are not required to be listed with the FDA. However, the L followed by 3 additional numbers is used by LNK International and they only manufacture over the counter products that are sold by various stores as the generics or store brands. Learn more OTC drug details here. From the color, if I had to guess, I'd place it as being one of their antacid products, such as a generic for Pepcid, which contains the active ingredient Famotidine, but I can't be certain that's what it is. Where did you find it? ## clonidine 0.3 mg ...
Updated 4 years ago in Pepcid.
Mon, Nov 26 '12, 8:29 AM

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