White Round Pill With Triangle On It And 151

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pictures of pills with triangle imprint
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a white thin oblong pill with a triangle like symbol ## There are triangle imprints used by several manufacturers, they are usually generic pills and there are far too many for me to be able to post pictures of them. What does the symbol look like? Is it similar to an hourglass? If so, that's the Ivax logo and they make many different generic products. Are there any other markings on the tablet? Like letters or numbers? ## Pink round pill with triangle with p inside the triangle on top /score mark/ 151 on bottom ## Hello.I am pharmacist from Poland, with large passion to my job...Today I found an oval ,white ,10mm lenght,6mm wide pill with imprinted on one side number 2 and there is a letter u,or n inside triangular ,more like shield of a knight shaped logo. In whole my carrer I did... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Hydromorphone.
Mon, Aug 31 '15, 9:01 PM
Seriously, what kind of pill is this?
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I found a small round white pill with the following: One small triangle followed by an oval upright shape followed by another small triangle(side by side), beneath it is the imprint 151. There isn't anything on the opposite side. I was curious as to what it was. I found it while I was cleaning and I don't take any medication. ## That is a very odd looking logo, isn't it? However, it did serve its purpose, so I knew exactly what you were talking about. This is a 10mg VESIcare tablet, it contains the active ingredient Solifenacin, it is used to treat urinary spasms and overactive bladder. Common side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, constipation and blurred vision. More details: Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 4 years ago in VESIcare.
Sat, Jun 18 '11, 11:11 AM
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tiny white pill, writing on one side is 151 with three triangles ## I believe I located a match to a white, round pill with 151 underneath three triangles. This pill is Vesicare 10 mg, which is used to treat overactive bladder, such as frequent urination, and urine leakage. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 6 years ago in VESIcare.
Mon, Nov 30 '09, 6:34 PM

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