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turquoise capsule
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g 150mg 3328 ## turquoise capsule with 150 mg on one half and 3328 on the other ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sun, Sep 06 '09, 6:29 AM
turquoise solid capsule
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oblong, no imprint, no scoring ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Fri, May 01 '09, 1:45 AM
turquoise & white capsule
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capsule with Micro printed on it ## There are several with an imprint starting with Micro, could you please check if there is anything else to the imprint? ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Fri, Jun 30 '06, 4:56 PM
turquoise capsule no marking
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white powder inside. These were found in a vitamin d3 soft gel bottle wrapped in an ace bandage in a gym bag...I suspect a steroid?? Oral?? ## Hi Paige, When you find things like this at the gym or inside of a gym bag I think steroids are almost always going to be a prime suspect, but without having a marking or imprint of some kind, this is really anyone's best guess. US prescription drugs all carry imprints, so we can definitely rule that out. This leaves any illicit, foreign, or dietary supplements as the next clue. I for one would assume "illicit" since why else would you stick a capsule in tin foil and put it inside of a vitamin D bottle? It only makes sense from our perspective that someone trying to hide/conceal something illegal (like steroids) would bother to do suc... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Mon, Feb 16 '15, 3:51 PM
White & Turquoise Capsule - L159
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I found a capsule - white on one side, turquoise on the other - imprinted with the code L159. I in our PDR or even online. Please advise! ## This is not listed in the PDR, because it is an over the counter vitamin/mineral supplement that contains 311mgs of Calcium Carbonate and 232mgs of Magensium Carbonate. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Calcium Carbonate.
Mon, Jan 25 '10, 6:38 PM
grey and turquoise green capsule
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My mom wanted to know what it was because there was no marks or anything on them ## If it had no markings, then it most likely was an over the counter product, of some type. All manufactured prescription medications are required, by law, to have imprints to enable their identification, in case of emergency. Compounding pharmacies do use capsules, but they are plain capsules, not ones of several color variations. And among over the counter products, there are quite a few possibilities. Where were they found? Some products are regional, so knowing the general location may help to narrow it down. Does anyone else recognize these capsules? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Fri, Aug 09 '13, 4:23 PM
44/391 blue and turquoise capsule
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found a blister pack with 2 capsules, the words PYRILAMINE MALEATE....15 mg partially visable. LOT P34829 ## can anyone open a box of midol to see if this is our mystery pill? ## Hi Mary, The two toned blue capsule marked "44 391" is generic Midol Menstrual. My source didn't list any ingredients, but Midol Menstrual contains: Acetaminophen (500 mg) -Pain reliever Caffeine (60 mg) -Stimulant Pyrilamine maleate (15 mg) -Diuretic You can view more details about this medication by visiting the official Midol webpage in link below: I hope this helps! ## YOU did it!! thank you very much. no more mysteries. I will label as such asap.MJEZR ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Wed, Jan 04 '12, 7:20 PM
Turquoise or teal green small capsule
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found turquoise capsule with: 00 517 printed on each end (more green than blue). ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Jan 18 '11, 12:35 AM
Turquoise and white capsule labelled R 10
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The capsule contains white powder. If you hold it upright (turquoise side up, white side facing down), the top part is a green-turquoise color that has 'R' written vertically, and the bottom white part has '10' also written vertically. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, Sep 16 '13, 1:26 PM
Fluoxetine 4346 40mg turquoise capsules
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Where can I find this generic fluoxetine? Where I live, every Pharmacy around has quit carrying this drug for depression. But it is the one genetic fluoxetine, only, that works the best for me. Does anyone know where to find this generic fluoxetine. Would appreciate the help to locate this medication. Thanks ## Same question as before, where can I find fluoxetine 4346 40mg? It is a turquoise or blue capsule generic form of Prozac. ## Hello, Lisa! How are you? I'm sorry, but there is no listing of which pharmacies carry a medication from any given manufacturer that I can refer to for you. Which pharmacy do you use regularly? They may be able to order it in for you. Side effects to this medication may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. ## No. They do continue to manufa... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Fluoxetine.
Wed, Jan 18 '17, 11:47 PM
Pale yellow and turquoise blue (9542 on the blue) capsule
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capsule pale yellow and turquoise 50/50 colour - on the turquoise hald are the figures 9542 - what is the name and what is it prescribed for ## CAPSULE - Pale yellow and Turquoise blue in colour- the figures 9542 appear on the blue side, written in white. ## The databases that I have access to only list U.S. prescription medications and my general searching hasn't turned up anything that matches this description. Learn more prescription drug details here. Have you tried asking at a local pharmacy? They may be able to help you. Does anyone else recognize this? ## I have a capsule with the numbers 9542 on the blue part, the other side is green, what is the pill please ? Thank You ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Jun 19 '14, 9:37 AM
micro capsule
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white & turquoise capsule with the word MICRO printed on it ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Wed, Jun 28 '06, 3:41 PM
cor 323 capsule
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green & blue green (turquoise) capsule. cor 323 marking in lower case letters. ## The capsule in description is Zaleplon (10 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Zaleplon.
Sat, Feb 20 '10, 12:36 AM
pill scored c x n turquoise
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capsule shaped tablet found scored with a C x N on one side nothing on other. Can't find any info on net regarding this pill! Dog possibly got ahold of not sure if anything was on back side of pill as the coating been licked off. Needing to know if I should take dog to vets. Please help if you can! ## This is a Canadian prescription of Citalopram 40mgs, a generic for the antidepressant Celexa. Most drugs frequently work in canines similarly to the way they work in humans. However, your best bet, in the future, would be to call your vet and ask them, rather than posting on a website and waiting for a response, when your pets life could be in danger. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Citalopram.
Mon, Jun 23 '08, 12:02 PM
unknown capsule
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Turquoise and white capsule micro imprinted on it 4 times ## Sorry, I am not finding this listed anywhere. It is possibly something over the counter or a foreign med, they are not regulated like prescription meds are in the US. ...
Updated 10 years ago.
Thu, Jul 06 '06, 9:34 AM
BLUE capsule TI 01
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turquoise capsule TI 01 ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Spiriva (18 mcg). Spiriva is indicated as a daily, 24 hour, maintenance treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. For more 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 7 years ago in Spiriva.
Mon, Sep 21 '09, 1:18 PM
blue light green capsule
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Hi, I have found a capsule that is turquoise blue on one half and green on the other, but there are NO markings. Can anyone tell me what this might be? It was for one of our dogs years ago and i'm hoping i can use it for one of our dogs that are now in severe pain. but the vet didn't write what the drug was on the bottle. ## Sorry, without any markings, there is no way to positively identify it. ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Fri, Nov 28 '08, 9:41 AM
orange adderall XR capsule
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In my regular prescription for Adderall XR, I opened a few of the capsules and found only white beads. (They've always been orange/white.) Also, they were much larger in comparison. Am I getting a placebo? They taste very sweet and had no noticible effects after I took one. PLEASE respond with any information. ## i have the same problem! arg! no internet answer thus far in my research ## I just go mine blue 20mg generic, I didn't touch them yet.whats up w all these complaints y would these b made if they don't work right? All these symptoms, idk wat to do now...anyone???????? ## Hello what is with the orange capsule adderall is anyone else taking them and when will they start working ## I have been on the all orange xr pills for a week. I hate them! I had turquoise caps befo... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Adderall.
Wed, May 10 '17, 7:15 PM
propranolol er 80mg capsule
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turquoise capsule on one side stripe turquoise and white on the other ## In regards to posts such as this, there actually isn't enough information here to confirm whether or not the capsule in question was Propranolol. There is a Propranolol capsule that resembles this, but without knowing the markings on the one this person had, there's no way to be certain. Thus, if you want something identified, please include all markings that are on the capsules or tablets and someone will gladly check for you. Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with? Learn more Propranolol details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Propranolol.
Mon, Mar 25 '13, 12:05 PM
blue light green capsule lilly
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Hi, I have found a capsule that is turquoise blue on one half and green on the other, but there are NO markings. Can anyone tell me what this might be? ## Without markings, there is no way to positively identify it. ## capsule, light blue and medium blue, 93 3193 ## capsule, light blue and medium blue, 93 3193 What is this? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Sep 23 '11, 7:49 AM

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