Orange With White Speckles Rp 122

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I found a pill in my daughters backpack I can't find ANYTHING on? Before I freak can someone please help me ID it? It's a light orange almost peach color with white speckles. The only imprint is RP122. I've been searching for hours and can't find anything? She's normally a good kid but a classmate recently OD'ed on Oxycotin and we are worried



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Tanya Says:
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Yea I don't know what it is either I recently found a bag of the same pills in my sisters sock drawer

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Verwon Says:

I must admit to being as stumped and as curious as both of you.

I've been searching for awhile, now, but all I've found are most posts from people asking what it is and nothing that identifies it.

Have you tried asking the respective kids about it?

Does anyone recognize this tablet?

I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you.

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Cart Says:

Orange oval tablet marked RP122 is Equate Fiber Therapy from Wal-mart. I just confirmed it with some I had in the original bottle

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Cart Says:

Orange oval pill marked RP122 is Equate Fiber Therapy from Wal-mart. I just confirmed it with some I had in the original packaging.

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Verwon Says:

Thank you, Cart!

I have no way to confirm this, but I do know that these are often taken and abused by young girls for weight loss.



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Craig Says:
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It is an over-the-counter tablet that provides fiber to your digestive track. Store brand with same ingredients as Citrucel. I have used it for years to improve bowel function and to avoid hemorrhoids on my doctor's recommendation.


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Viking 71 Says:

Thank you sooooo much, my wife found a couple of these and was beside herself not knowing what they were. You are correct it is indeed Fiber Therapy from Wal-Mart

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Wannabedoc Says:

Fiber Therapy - Methylcellulose
100% soluble Fiber for controlled regularity
ease to take

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Dr Heller Says:
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The pill is a bulk forming laxative that's over the counter at Walmart or your local drug store not to worry

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Jen Says:
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I have the same pills. It's a fiber pill from Walgreens.

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Dee Says:
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Re: Tanya (# 1)

It’s a fiber pill. Same as citricil fiber. Just in pill form

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Jojo Says:
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It's fiber therapy, to control bowel movements.
To help with diarrhea

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Ceci Says:
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Re: Cart (# 4)

Yes it is Walmart's Equate brand Fiber Therapy. It says compare to Citrucel Caplets active ingredients.

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