1172 93 White Oval

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its just a white oval pill /w 1172 on one side and 93 on the reverse side.

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Roy Says:
The pill which you are describing 93 1172 is Penicillin V Potassium 250 mg, which is an antibiotic.

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I want to know do this pill REALLY help WITH uti,,,,,my friend HAD UTI a she Tool THIS pill AND couple of days she Didnt have it no More her doctor prescribe it for her

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