123 Oblong White

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ann Says:


was told it was motrin 800mg,but not sure.



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David Says:

Hi ann,

Your assumption was correct. This white oblong pill is identified as Ibuprofen (800 mg); the active ingredient in Motrin.

This specific pill is manufactured by Marksans Pharma Inc.

Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for relief of symptoms of arthritis, primary dysmenorrhea, fever, and as a mild pain reliever.

Learn More: Ibuprofen Details

I hope this helps!

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thetune Says:
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You are all wrong! This is this drug that falls in the Statin class. It is often used or is the generic form of Lipitor.

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