L -111 On One Side Blank On The Other Side White Capsule Shape

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Louise Says:


I found some white tablets amongst paracetamol and ibuprofen tablets.



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Jenna Says:

Hi Louise,

The closest match I've been able to find is a white oblong/capsule shape pill with the imprint IP 111 with a score dividing the two imprints. It's identified as Acetaminophen (500 mg) + hydrocodone bitartrate (5 mg); which belong to the drug class narcotic analgesic and is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. The combination is marketed is Vicodin. Do you think this could be your pill?

Side effects:

Side-effects of hydrocodone/acetaminophen (paracetamol) are most commonly upset stomach, nausea, and altered mental states (e.g., dizziness, light headedness). Other rarer side-effects include allergic reaction, seizures, clammy skin, paranoia, hallucinations, severe weakness, dizziness, hyperventilation, unconsciousness, jaundice (yellowing of eyes or skin), unusual fatigue, bleeding, bruising, stomach pain,[3] constipation, dry mouth, decreased appetite, muscle twitches, sweating, hot flashes, itching, tinnitus, hearing loss, decreased urination and altered sex drive. Vicodin also has depressant effects on the central nervous system, which may cause irritability. However, some of the less mundane effects can be desirable effects that are sought after by some. Those effects include euphoria and drowsiness, as well as slowing of the pulse.

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

I hope this helps!

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Jason Says:

It depends on the country. In Australia, these are a cold and flu tablets known as Codral multi-action:

ebs.tga.gov.au/servlet/xmlmillr6?dbid=ebs/pdf

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