Novo 278

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Ann Says:


I found a pill in my bathroom that doesn't belong to me or my family. It is marked Novo 278 on one side with no marking on the other. Can you identify it?



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Verwon Says:

This is a medication called Activella, it is usually used as a form of hormone replacement therapy, for women going through menopause, but may also be used to treat other problems caused by a hormonal imabalance.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Activella/­

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Eileen Says:

It is Vagifem.


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Eileen Says:

It is Vagifem. I take it. The other day I found a pill lying on the floor and couldn't figure out what it was. Well, Vagifem is a vaginal suppository/pill. It is inserted with a blue dispenser. Somehow, the pill separated from the dispenser before going where it should.

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joanneODBGIH Says:

OMG! That is too funny ....the same thing happened to me. I said this is so weird no one else uses this bathroom but me and my son....so of course I thought this is not my meds. Now I know what happened thank you!!! and also for the good laugh :)

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Maria Says:

It is funny! I just found the little bugger on my floor by my bed... needless to say same thing happened to me. Bazarre... or at least I thought it was for a minute until I found out what happened.

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Novo needs Says:
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Oh gosh!!! I just found this little white pill on my floor in the bathroom and was quite worried as to how it got there and what it was, so I put in the description and the marking, novo 278, and it came to this reply!! So funny!!! I guess I missed last night!!! I would have never thought about it if I hadn't read the replies here!

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Wendy Says:

Re: Novo needs (# 6)

Hilarious!! This just happened to me. Googled Novo 278 and this discussion popped up. Glad I'm not the only one.

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