Lo14

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White, ovoid pill. not a capsule. has LO14 or L014 on the side.



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Jade Says:

I want to knowwhat this drug is perscribed for. and if it a narcotic.

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ct Says:

i dont know what it is i found it in my bathroom i have an older son & want to make sure its not a narc.

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Verwon Says:

This is actually an over the counter medication. Pills marked with L or 44 are manufactured by LNK International, they only make OTC drugs that are sold by various stores as their store brands or generics.

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This one in particular is a version of Extra Strength Tylenol, Acetaminophen 500mgs.

Definitely not a narcotic of any kind.

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Terri Says:

L014 white tablet: It is Mucinex and it is not a narcotic.

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