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what is it used for ## Do you mean Balacet 325? If so then you can read information about this medicine on that page. Hope this helps! ## This medication contained Dextroproxyphene, and Acetaminophen. It was removed from the market several years ago, due to the risk it created of cardiac events, and overdose, some of which were fatal. The FDA also warned that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with?

P325 purple

purple pill with P325. What is it? ## P 325 could be a brand new narcotic analgesic combo called Balacet 325. Or P 325 could be an over-the-counter pain/sleeping pill (generic Tylenol PM). There is nothing distinguishing about either imprint. The pills look the same to me other than color. One is violet and one is blue, and what I think is blue might look violet or purple to you. And photography lighting could make the colors appear even more similar. ## The blue tablet is oblong, the other is round if that helps to tell them apart any.


Found, please identify Blue Pill P325 stamped on it second request thanks ## Pretty sure that this is Balacet 325. It is used to treat pain, the active chemicals are PROPOXYPHENE (proe-POX-i-feen) and ACETAMINOPHEN (a-seat-a-MIN-oh-fen). Joy


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