Identify Pill I Have An Oblong Peach Colored Pill With Imprint Of M Or W On One Side And Says 575

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Vicki Says:


I found a pill on my floor. It is an oblong light peach color with the imprint of W or M depending on how you hold it and on the other side it says 575. I believe it might be my levaquin or levofloxin? I couldn't find one exactly like it on the web.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Vicki! How are you?

Is the marking possibly W 545?

If so, then yes it contains 500mgs of Levofloxacin.

Can you please double check the imprint and let me know? Thanks!

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