Find Out The Numbers On Two Different Pills

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jodi Says:


one pill has93 on one side 537 on other oval or oblong whitethe other pill is tiny white round with numbers 308 on one side pa on other side



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Verwon Says:

The tablet with the 93 537 marking contains 550mgs of Naproxen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

Learn more Naproxen details here.

The tablet with the 308 PA marking contains 25mgs of Hydroxyzine, which is an antihistamine that's used to treat allergies and for its sedative like effects.

Learn more Hydroxyzine details here.

Where did you find them?

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