Generic Acetaminophen Pills

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patti Says:


white oblong tablet. On one side there is an O, a space, then 15. Found in daughter's gym bag.



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Jenna Says:

Hi Patti,

The closest match I can find is Trazodone HCl (150 mg). It is a small, white, oval pill with the imprint APO T150 on the front and 50 50 50 on the back. It looks like a pill that could be easily smudged, so maybe some of the imprints wore off. I would definitely ask your daughter, hopefully she will be honest with you.

Trazodone is indicated for:
Clinical depression with or without anxiety. Insomnia, Fibromyalgia, to aid in sleeping. Control of nightmares or other sleep disturbances.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Trazodone Details

Please post back if you have any more questions!

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