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Round White Pill With 610 On One Side Of It
does,any one knows what white pill with s 610 on it,what is it for????? maybe gas pill????? ## I can't find a listing for this in any of the U.S. prescription drug databases. And if it's an over the counter product, it may be very difficult to identify, because they don't have to log their imprints with the FDA. Most gas products, however, are gelcaps and not tablets, which usually contain Simethicone. It could possibly be an antacid: Was it found in the U.S.? ## Could be 019 (610 upside down)? If so, perhaps it's Actavis' alprazolam 25mg ODT. They're small and round. No "s" though. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Simethicone.
Tue, Jan 03 '12, 11:50 PM   2  RSS feed for thread 216376
White Pill Round 155
It's a small, white round pill split down the middle, as in 155 | 155. The foil says it's an Abbott Laboratories product, and it's 10mg. ## There are no markings or imprints on the tablets themselves? Is there any other wording on the foil? You could try calling Abbott Laboratories, they can be reached at 847-937-6100. Learn more prescription drug details here. If you find out what it is, can you please post back and let me know? Thanks! ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Tue, Sep 18 '12, 5:31 PM   1  RSS feed for thread 235687
white tablet with 610 and v with
round white pill/tablet with 610 on one side and a large V on the other with a lower case d in the middle of the V. tab size of a cert mint ## can anyone tell me what this pill is? ## did you ever find out what it was?? im lookin to find out what this same pill is. but it may be a p in a triangle without a bottom -- not a d in a V.. and the numbers could either read 610 or 019. ## round white pill, no coating, 610 imprinted on one side, p under A on the other side = Simethicone 80mg (antiflatulent, generic name Gas Relief) ## Just to confirm, The pill in question is indeed Simethicone (80 mg;) but the imprint is actually AP 019 which could easily appear as V (with a lower case d in the middle) and the numbers 610. Simethicone belongs to the drug class miscellaneous GI agents and is used... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Simethicone.
Sat, Mar 30 '13, 7:35 PM   4  RSS feed for thread 189789


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