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White Pill With Yellow Specks no markings on either side and big

Its a big oblong off white with yellowish specks. it has no markings on it at all. i found it and i havent seen one like it before. ## Hello, Based on my research, there is a chance that the pill could be Doryx (Doxycycline Hyclate) 75 mg; which is a white oblong pill with light yellow specks and the imprint D 75. However, there is no way to know for sure- since there is no imprint on your pill. If you run a google search and type in "Doryx (Doxycycline Hyclate) 75 mg" you should be able to find an image of the pill. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Doxycycline Details I hope this helps somehow, please post back if you find a match! ## I checked out the info u gave me and it isnt it. thank u for the help though

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New Shape

Good Morning! We filled my son's scrip for Doryx and low and behold it is now a rectangle! Has anyone else had this issue - just want to confirm it is a change by the manufacturer. I have looked online and seen both, but the actual documentation says rectangle. ## What are the markings on it? That is what would enable use to check for you and make sure it is the correct medication. The shape doesn't actually mean anything. There are many generic Doxycycline tablets on the market, far too many for me to browse through all of them looking for a specific shape.

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