Need Pills Identified

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I have a white or cream colored oblong pill and it is a fairly large pill. It is scored in the middle and on the left it has 93 and on the right it has 2264. I also have a white round pill with a fancy V on one side, and 2355 on the other side. Please help me identify them!



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Verwon Says:

93 2264 is Amoxicillin 875mgs, an antibiotic.

2355 V contains Acetaminophen 325mgs, Butalbital 50mgs and Caffeine 40mgs, a generic for Fiorcet. This is commonly used to treat migraines and tension headaches.


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Lindsay Says:

white round tablet
BL on one side
93 on the other side


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confused Says:

Need pill identified. Round white little fat. 12on one side and what looks like an A on other side also enteric coated

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confused Says:

Round white pill enteric coated. 12 on one side and what looks like a capital A on the other side

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