Entex Pse - Rc Spe Or Ibuprofen800?

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gknee Says:

I have a white tablet. It may be an out of date entexpse, humibid la, sulfatrim800,or ibuprofen 800mg. Imprint in only on one side: RC SPE with a line in center. It is large and white, oblong in shape. I need to find out, I see that other people can't find it either - that is why I think it is something expired.

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Verwon Says:

It doesn't necessarily mean that it is expired, it could mean that it is something available over the counter and those aren't required to have their imprints logged with the FDA.

Since I haven't been able to find any listings for this, I have to make the guess that it is probably something that's available over the counter.

Does anyone recognize this tablet?

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