Round Red Pill No Markings

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red round pill no markings scored
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I received this pill from out of the country. Its a fairly big round red pill. Scored on 1 side with two lines. Its suppose to b Tramadol 200 mg ## Hello, Amanda! How are you? What country is it from? When it comes to foreign pills with no markings, it's likely going to be difficult to determine a positive ID. However, if you can post back with more details, such as what country it's from, I may be able to find something. Thanks! ## i have a red round large pill with 2 scores and no imprint it's supposed to be a oxycodone 30 & its From overseas. is that what it is? ## this is tramadol 225mg slow release. ive seen it as round red/dark pink with either a strawberry, capital R,or 225 marking and scored on the other side. even though its slow release, be very careful of such... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Tramadol.
Thu, Nov 03 '16, 1:28 AM
pink round pill scored no markings
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I can't figure out what this is. It looks speckled, maybe pink with red specks. Scored on one side, slightly rounded top and bottom, as opposed to flat. I cut it in half and put the crumbs on my tongue to taste it, no discernible flavor. Thought about crushing it for a larger flavor sampling. Not sure. That only gets you so far, anyway. It's probably nothing good, just a vitamin, right? My mom found it on the floor one day and asked me to look it up. I kinda forgot until recently, when withdrawal kicked in and I got my hopes up that it may be worth something. But I'm not gonna just randomly swallow a random pill with no markings. That's dangerous. ## Hello, Sefirosu200x! How are you? Yes, you're correct, it is very dangerous to take something that you cannot identify... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Mon, Nov 17 '14, 3:31 PM
red round pill
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It is kinda of reddish white, no markings and I found several in my sons coat pocket... ## Hello, Kd! How are you? If they have no markings, we can rule them out as being a U.S. prescription medication, because they are all required to have unique markings to enable their identification, however, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter products. Where was it found? Some over the counter products are regional, so knowing the general location may help narrow it down. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else know what these might be? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Dec 26 '13, 1:56 PM
round brown red pill no markings generic for elavil
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For many years, I have taken 25 mg of amitryptyline, a small green pill. For my last refill, I received a brown pill with the marking I 2. Is this brown pill, possibly by another company, still 25 mg? ## I jus was doing a search for an answer for this exact same question. I am going to take them to the pharmacy and ask if these are, indeed, generic Elavil. It seems I haven't been getting the same effect from these. I was getting a small round green pill before. ## Hello, Patsy and Dannie! How are you both? I'm happy to clear this up for you. This tablet is manufactured by Accord Healthcare and yes, they do list it as containing 25mgs of Amitriptyline. The FDA classifies this medication as a tricyclic antidepressant. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Elavil.
Wed, Dec 07 '16, 9:07 AM
pill markings dr reddy lab
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My husband recently received med refills in the mail. His plavix/ blogosphere was filled this time by A pill from Dr. Reddy's. I am an Rn and I know that errors are sometimes made so I have tried to find a way to identify if he has received the correct med. It is a large round white tab, marked with an R on one side and 196 on the other. Please help me to identify if this is i n deed composite 75 mg. Thank you ## Hello, Jackie! How are you? Yes, this tablet contains 75mgs of Clopidogrel, which is a generic for Plavix. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, increased risk of bruising and increased risk of bleeding. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for the info. Much appreciated! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Plavix.
Thu, Jun 26 '14, 2:50 PM
Pill Markings Dr Reddy S Lab
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Checking to see if white pill, marked M and then 3 below the cut line, is in fact metoprolo er tab suc 100mg. First time I've seen these. They are larger than the last generics I got. I'd feel better if the 3 were a 1..... CVS - caremark sent these. The local CVS had no idea what they were. ## My last prescription for Metoprolo er tab suc 50mg was a white round with m50. Doctor called in prescription renewal. They are a thicker round white pill with m2. Mfr is Dr. Reddy's. I don't know mfr of m50. Both are mail order from CVS Caremark. Are these the same pill? ## Yes, from what I've found, both of these tablets are listed in the prescription drug databases as extended release Metoprolol. The one with the M2 contains 50mgs and the one with the M3 contains 100mgs. For ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Metoprolol.
Tue, Apr 16 '13, 9:16 AM
Round Red Pill No Imprint
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The pill has no imprint at all, is a dark red color (almost maroon), and is 1cm wide. I have found a couple on the floor of my closet and have no idea what they are or where they came from. ## I have the same question. I have someone taking several of these pills at one time along with a combination of other pills. I have no idea what this pill is and cant find it anywhere on the internet. It is a round/red speckled pill with no markings on it. ## Because this pill has no markings, it is going to be difficult to determine what this tablet contains, unless you would pay to have it lab tested, somewhere. If these are in fact prescription pills, It's highly unlikely that they are manufactured in the U.S, since there are no imprints. U.S. law requires that all prescription drugs have a ... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Tue, Jun 06 '17, 7:58 PM
plain red round pill
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it has no letters or markings on it at all It looks a little like a mulitvitamin tablet, but doesn't have the same smell or taste ## This is a simple multivitamin. I think its just a generic brand you can get pretty much anywhere, but it is just a multivitamin. ## I agree that it could be a multivitamin, however, there is also the possibility that it could be some other type of supplement. For instance, iron tablets are also made that look like this and if it is, it could be very dangerous for some people to think it is just a multi-vitamin, as for some people, too much iron can be just as dangerous as too little is for others. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Tue, Oct 26 '10, 4:40 PM
Big Red Capsule No markings
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its a big red pill with letters or numbers on it. its about 2.5 cm long. it gets bigger at the top. Also at the top before it gets round, theres a darker red line and tiny holes punched under the line going in a circle. ## If there are no markings on it, it is going to be difficult to determine exactly what this contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. prescription medication, since they are all required, by law, to have markings to enable their identification, however, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter products. There is also a small chance that it could be a foreign medication. Was it found in the U.S. or elsewhere? ## sorry never mind i found out it was a diet pill but thanks for the help. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Tue, Aug 23 '11, 7:23 PM
Red Brown Small Round Pill
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Red brown small round no marking no coating ## HI, Lisa! With no markings, it's a bit difficult to determine what the tablet contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. manufactured and approved prescription medication, because they are all required to have markings to enable their identification. The only exception for a very tiny pill might be for one that was from a package of oral contraceptives, since they are usually packaged in blister cards and aren't always required to have imprints on each tablet. How small is it? Otherwise, if it's not that small, then it's most likely an over the counter medication of some type. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Jun 06 '13, 5:35 PM
yellow pill with red dots round no id
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A yellow to tan gold round pill with red to redish brown specks. It may be a generic pill. It doesn't have any imprints or markings on it. ## Hello, Thomas! How are you? All prescription tablets, generic or not, are required to have markings to enable their identification. Since this one is without markings, that means that it is most likely an over the counter product, so it may be difficult to narrow down. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Mar 25 '14, 12:41 PM
Very tiny white pill, round, scored one side with L 72 flip side blank no other markings thanks.
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Can't identify small, tiny round white pill scored one side, blank flip side scoring is L 72. What else an I tell you. That's all I know. If I knew more, wouldn't need to ask you. ## Hi Elizabeth, Is there any chance that your pill imprint might say "I 72" as opposed to "L 72"? I actually came across a description of a round gray pill (approx. 8mm in size), with an upper case "I" next to "72" on one side and blank on the other. Unfortunately I'm not sure it has a score line… however, the pill is said to be identified as a 75mg Minocycline HCL tablet; which is used to treat various types of bacterial infections (including some skin conditions). If you want to look up any of those details for verification, the manufacturer is Dr. Reddy... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Minocycline.
Tue, May 20 '14, 7:10 PM
round red pill nothing on either side
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I found a Burke if red pills they are round with no markings in either side was winding what they were ## Are they coated pills? If the red is due to a coating and there are no markings, then I'm inclined to suspect that they are over the counter 200mg Ibuprofen tablets, since there are several available that match this description. The FDA lists it as being an NSAID that is most commonly used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. Can you please post back and let me know? Thanks! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Mon, Dec 29 '14, 3:40 PM
Round Red Pill With Letter D On It
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Hi. Ive been drinking alot recently and ive found a red tablet with D on oneside. I have no idea where its from or where i got it from please help. Thank you ## Hi Leanne, Are there any other markings on the pill you have besides a "D" ? The closest match I can find is Choledyl (100 mg); which is used in the treatment of asthma, maintenance and belongs to the drug class methylxanthines. It is a round red pill with the imprint PD 210. Maybe the other markings got rubbed off at some point? Manufacturer: Parke-Davis Learn More: Choledyl Details Please post back if you have any more questions so I can further assist you. ## Amitriptyline probably 50mg ...
Updated 2 years ago in Choledyl.
Wed, Jul 23 '14, 8:19 AM
maroon round pill or darkish red
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I found this pill that had OP on one side then 60 on other, but when I looked it up for some reason it doesnt match? what you think ## A round, red tablet with an OP on one side and 60 on the other is a 60mg Oxycontin tablet. It contains the narcotic Oxycodone in a time released formulation, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Oxycontin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Dark red pill no markings small around? Told it was morphine? ...
Updated 1 year ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Jun 20 '16, 1:36 AM
Round Redish Color Pill With 12 On It
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it is a redish maroon color round pill with 12 on it what is it my 11 year old daughter said someone gave it to her ## I believe that what you may be looking at is a capital i and the number 2 and it contains 200mgs of Ibuprofen, it is a generic, or store brand of Advil, used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Learn more: Can you double check the markings on the pill and let me know if it's possibly an I2? ## A brown small round pill that's just marked with I2 is Amitriptylin 25mg. Now ibuprofen 200mg has about the same color although a little larger and has a dash in it marked with an I-2 so be very careful here ...
Updated 4 months ago in Ibuprofen.
Sun, Jan 29 '17, 1:22 AM
Round Speckled Pill
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A round light red specled pill with no marking on them. They are the size of an asprin ## It's most likely going to be difficult to figure out what they are, since tablets without markings are most likely over the counter products. Learn more OTC drug details here. Where did you find it? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Jan 25 '13, 6:34 PM
Pill White Round Ip 10
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FRIEND GAVE ME PACK WITH nrX dIAZEPAM TABLETS i.p. manufactured in india limited ,village Bhatauri Khord i think round white pill with score in quarters.pack has a red line vertical just over half way accross packet,R they real? thanks ## If there are no markings on the tablets, it is going to be difficult to determine if they are or are not actual Diazepam tablets. That is one of the hazards associated with ordering from a foreign source that isn't FDA approved. They do not regulate their medications and require imprints on them, as is done in the U.S. and Canada. Diazepam is a Benzodiazepine that is used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders and it may cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, headache and irritability. Is anyone familiar with these tablets? ## they say va... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diazepam.
Wed, Nov 25 '15, 6:14 PM
round red pill a 24 on one side m on the other
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small red round pill without any markings ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Alprazolam extended release (3 mg); also known as Xanax. NOTE: you mentioned there are no markings on this pill in your comment, but in your description you said A 24 M. Are you referring to two different pills? Alprazolam is primarily used to treat moderate to severe anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety disorder) and panic attacks, and is used as an adjunctive treatment for anxiety associated with moderate depression. For information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Alprazolam.
Sat, Jan 29 '11, 2:48 PM
small round dark red pill blank both sides
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Friend said got from his mom I told him not to trust and hope he does not take, He Thinks is a 60 OC But blank on both sides. Also his mom has type of cancer, maybe meds for that? ## I could see why your friend might've initially thought it was a 60mg OxyContin, but my opinion is that since there's no markings to verify anything, this could easily be anyone's best guess. The only honest way to identify it would be through a lab analysis or perhaps a even drug panel from the pharmacy. This process should at least help depict the drug class of whatever substance is being evaluated. Additionally, US prescription drugs are required by the FDA to bear an imprint... So this leads me to believe that it's probably some sort of over the counter, foreign, or counterfeit/illicit pr... ...
Updated 22 days ago in OxyContin.
Sat, Jun 03 '17, 3:24 AM

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