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Oblong, skinny, white pill with 650 on one side and McNeil on the other?

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S Medford Says:
Ortho McNeil pill with 650 is Ultracet. I am only guessing this because the pill for Ultracet has the imprint O-M 650 on it. Wonder if the pill you have is an older pill because Ortho McNeil is the one who currently manufactures the drugs.

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McNeil 650

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