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Pink Oval cut In half
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Found a bunch of pills that are cut in Half they r pink and oval shape with 53 printed on the one half please help me figure this out ## Hi Lisa, Your description leads me to believe that the imprint on the full pill is "IP | 53", with a score line dividing the two markings. This particular pill is also oval and pink as you mentioned. It has been identified as Citalopram hydrobromide 20 mg; used in the treatment of anxiety, stress, depression, and more. Manufacturer: Amneal Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 65162-0053 For verification you can run a search on google images for "Citalopram ip 53". You can learn more about this drug on the page for Citalopram Details I hope this info helps to answer your question! ...
Updated 1 year ago in Citalopram.
Wed, May 01 '13, 8:28 PM
Hydrocodone Apap 750 Mg
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IP 118 is stamped on each pill. Is it a valid pill ## Hi Ann, The pill you are describing marked IP 118 is in-fact a legitimate medication identified as generic Acetaminophen (750 mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (7.5 mg). Manufacturer: Amneal Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 53746-0118 Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Nov 28 '12, 12:51 AM
white oval lp110
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Trying to find out what type of pill this is white oval shape with the saying of lot 110 ## The white oval pill you are describing marked IP 110 is identified as Acetaminophen (325 mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (10 mg). Manufacturer: Amneal Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 53746-0110 Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Nov 16 '12, 1:27 AM
what does norco look like
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oblong white pill and on one side it has ip 110 the bottle says hydrocodone apap 10-325 tab by amneal ## does norco have m367 on it ## what about a pill that has IP 109 on it? Is this a norco too? ## @hayred, M367 is identified as Acetaminophen (325mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (10mg); a generic for norco. For verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) is: 00406-0367 @Sue, IP 109 is also identified as Acetaminophen (325mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (5mg); a generic for norco. For verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) is: 53746-0109 To the original thread starter: It seems as though all three of you have generic medications with different dosages. All the "norco's" I've seen have either "Watson" or "Norco" imprinted onto the pill, along with a set of nu... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Sat, Aug 18 '12, 1:19 PM
Roxicodone 30mg
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I've been on lortab 10 for yrs this time they were filled with a oblong white that has ip 119.1st time I've ever seen these are they the same? ## Hi Deb, The pill you are describing is identified as Acetaminophen (500 mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (10 mg). So to answer your question, yes these should be equivalent to the 'Lortab 10' that you're used to having. They are probably just from another manufacturer. Manufacturer: Amneal Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 53746-0119 Inactive Ingredients: silicon dioxide magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose Learn More: Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone If you have any more questions or concerns regarding this, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Roxicodone.
Sat, Dec 08 '12, 9:45 PM
PICTUREOFNORCO
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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 5 months ago in Norco.
Fri, Jul 04 '14, 12:32 AM
Wisconsin Pain Clinics
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Does anyone know of any pain clinics in or around Hudson?? Please let me know if you can if they accept out of state patients. ## I may not have a personal doctor I can refer you to, but I did locate a few pain management options in your general area who may be worth trying out: Interventional Pain Specialists of Wisconsin (IPSW) 2021 Cenex Drive, Suite J Rice Lake, WI 54868 Phone: 866-745-7246 or 715-234-7246 "Also serving patients in Hudson, Amery and Hayward" Physicians Neck and Back Clinic of Western Wisconsin 403 Stageline Road Hudson, WI 54016 Phone: 715-531-6800 Appointments: 715-531-6888 Fax: 715-531-6801 Gerst Acupuncture 1200 Hosford St. Ste 101, Hudson, WI 54016 (715) 790-3219 Wanken Family Chiropractic 832 Carmichael Rd, Hudson, WI 54016 (715) 381-1800 I hope this in... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Pain Relief.
Tue, May 21 '13, 3:52 PM


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