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Blue oblong pill scored G651

What is this pill please? Found in a drawer; very concerned. ## A blue oblong tablet with imprint G651 is reported to be a generic Tylenol PM, containing Acetaminophen 500 mg and Diphenhydramine 25 mg. (NDC 55315-990 among others). It is an over the counter pain reliever / sleep aid combo. Inactive Ingredients: - Carnauba Wax - FD&C Blue No. 2 - Hypromelloses - Microcrystalline Cellulose - Polysorbate 80 - Silicon Dioxide - Croscarmellose Sodium - FD&C Blue No. 1 - Stearic Acid - Povidone K30 - Polyethylene Glycols - Titanium Dioxide - Pregelatinized Corn Starch More: DailyMed ## Is it a prescription pain pill?

Severe tooth pain with root canal

issues surfaced with a tooth that was absessed, required a root canal. This was nearly three years ago. Severe pain occured 24 hours ago, saw dentist, may need tooth extracted. Was given 7.5/325 hydrocodone acetaminoph. I have taken two tablets. Pain persists. May I take ibuprofen with diphenhydramine in combinations with hydrocodone? ## Hi monica, Sorry to hear about your tooth abscess! Though, if something as strong as hydrocodone isn't helping with your pain, I'd have to wonder if the doctor made the right call on giving you pain meds instead of antibiotics for an infected tooth, since that's not necessarily something hydrocodone or any pain medication is supposed to help with. In my opinion, antibiotics would probably help with the pain more so than anything else, becaus...

Pill has AZ 020 on it. Please ID

I have a pain pill with AZ 020 on it. Could you tell me what it is? ## M so called boy friend gave me a pill and I trusted him. I need to know what it is its small round tannish color it had a coating and nothing on one side and on the other a line down it with T on one side of the line and a L on the other and under the letters there were the numbers 177. please help. I called poison control and they couldn't tell me the drug. ## I found 2 different kinds of pills in my new house and one of them is white oblong and thick with what looks like a circle with and line going side ways ( like a planet) and the other is a large red and white capsule. ## I found a red and white capsule with the number 97 and the letter C on the other side. Can anyone tell me what this is. ## AZ 020 appears...


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