Round Purple Pill With 6 Lines On It

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Round Purple Pill With stylized "M" On One Side
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fairly large pill with stylized "M" made up of multiple lines or incisions ## fairly large purple pill with stylized "M" made up of multiple lines or incisions ## Rumoquin NF ## Vanni08 is correct, the pill in question is Rumoquin NF. I thought I would go ahead and provide some extra information about this pill for anyone who doesn't have experience with it. Rumoquin NF is made in Mexico and is used to treat acute cases and exacerbations of patients with rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and osteoarthritis. The active ingredients are Diclofenac, Methocarbamol, and Dexamethasone. I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Diclofenac.
Sun, Dec 16 '12, 12:28 AM
round purple pill with odd identifier
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This pill is light purple and round. It doesn't have anything on one side, but the other side has something that looks like a M with a couple of extra lines between it. It's kind of like this: /ll\ Please help! I have looked everywhere trying to find what it is. ## Based on your description, I get the sense that the logo might be associated with Actavis or Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. I've been on this site for a long time and remember seeing someone else post about this exact pill a long time ago. I don't recall which manufacturer it was who made this pill, but I do believe the two that I mentioned above are strong contenders judging from the logo. You could try contacting them directly to see if it's something they make? If anyone else here happens to recognize th... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Apr 10 '14, 9:50 PM
purple pill with p on one side
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It only has the letter P in between to swirly lines that look kind of like this ?P? ## What kind of pill is this? it's purple with the word p between 2 swirly lines ## If you don't mind my asking, whereabouts did you find or purchase this pill at? As of yet the closest thing I've seen here is an oblong light purple pill with a capital "P" sitting on top of a horizontal line "_". The other side is blank. Turns out that this is an OTC Prilosec tablet used for treating heartburn. What shape is the pill that you're describing (round, oblong, capsule, etc)? Any additional details on its origin or physical description may also help other readers narrow down specific search results. ## Did you find out the answer? I found one just like that in my daughter's ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Prilosec.
Tue, Oct 18 '16, 10:00 PM
Light purple round pilll
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Light purple round pill with 6 lines together 2 larger lines on the out side and 4 smaller lines on the inside.. Nothing on the other side. Lines go straight up and down ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Thu, Aug 13 '15, 4:31 AM
pictures of xanax
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trying to find out what xanax or klocpin look like and what about you can get ## not good ## xanax look like little footbell shaped pills,also they look like little round pills also the say maylan on then and colors go from white,peach,blue or purple,to the highest the bar which will have 4 lines on it ## yeah so ## xanix ## Mannix. Roadhouse ## I bought some Xanax white bars with Xanax written on one side and the #2 on the other side. The 2 was through the - and the -was on top of the two and under the two. Are they real? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Sat, Aug 08 '15, 10:19 AM
omnacortil tapering side effects
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I am a patient of sarcoidosis I have been taking Omnacortil for the last one year. now I am being tapered off. Now I am getting spasms, depression, weakness in the muscles. My eyesight is getting weak Please advise is this normal ?? ## Omnacortil contains the active ingredient Prednisolone. The page for Prednisolone Details states that "A lengthy course of prednisolone can cause bloody or black tarry stools; filling or rounding out of the face; muscle cramps or pain; muscle weakness; nausea; pain in back, hips, ribs, arms, shoulders, or legs; reddish-purple lines on arms, face, legs, trunk or groin; thin and shiny skin; unusual bruising; urinating at night; rapid weight gain; and wounds that will not heal." So it does sound like you are experiencing some of the side effects - Of... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Prednisolone.
Wed, Jul 15 '15, 10:08 AM

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