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Identify this pill
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Red and light blue capsule with gray band. Letter L on top, number 5 on bottom ## This is a rapid release Acetaminophen 500mg. IT is the wal-mart generic Equate brand to be exact ## It can be nearly any store-brand. Also sold with a CVS label, for example. ## white oval pill # E145 on one side ## The ID for the L5 tablet is correct, it is a store brand or generic of Extra Strength Tylenol, containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen. ## E 145 contains 500mgs of Nabumetone, a generic for Relafen, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, headache and stomach irritation. You can read more here: Are there any other questions? ## round pill,7mm diameter,R on one side,177 on the other ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, Nov 08 '09, 3:42 AM
Generic Wellburtins
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I have been on Wellbutrin 300 XL for years tried to get off a few times but sympoms came back, the Pharmacy change to a generic it was a pale yellow pill and I didnt see to notice any difference then some time after they which to another manufacture I didnt think anything it is an oval white pill with 142 stamped on it well it does not work, I am not sleeping, when I do i have bad dreams I am irritable and emotional. I had them which me back to the non prescription and the symptoms went away then I went back the the white 142 generics and the symptoms are back. So I guess I will have to pay for the Non generic unless I can find the pale yellow generics some where does anyone know the mfg of the pale yellow pills. What is wrong with the FDA this is not right! ## The FDA allows generics t... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Wellbutrin XL.
Wed, Jul 13 '11, 9:02 AM
Would like to know!
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I recently had a baby and was prescribed hydrocodone 500MG. When I looked at the pills in the bottle yesterday there are 2 different pilled in there...one being hydrocodone and the other is unidentified so I am looking to get some help to prevent hurting my breast feeding baby! The pill is white, oval, and stamped with the letter and numbers E145 (the E being a little slanted). Thanks for any help that you may have!! ## E 145 is Nabumetone (500 mg), an anti-inflammatory. ## They Hydrocodone you were prescribed is not the 500mg in that tablet, the 500mg would be the Acetaminophen that is coupled with it as a buffer, Hydrocodone is not available in a dose any higher than 10mgs. As to the other pills, yes, James identification is correct. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammtory. It appears s... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Aug 13 '07, 2:20 PM
Glyburide/metformin 5/500 tablets
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I take 2 tablets in the morning at breakfast and 2 tablets at dinner time. I was advised recently to test my sugar 2 hours after each meal for beakfast, lunch and dinner. They said it should be under 140. I can not get under 141 after breakfast, it is usually around 220. Two hours after lunch it is usually below 140, even though i do not take any tablets at lunch. I have tried taking the tablets 1 hour before i eat breakfast and the results are closer to 140. The only time i show bad results is at breakfast. Can you explain whe i should take the tablets? Thank you. ## white oval pill with 600 on 1 side and Adams on the other. ## It is rude to hijack someone elses thread, next time please create your own post, in the CORRECT forum for a pill ID. Pill Image This is Mucinex DM Extended Rel... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Glucovance.
Wed, Jul 28 '10, 6:27 PM

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