Pill Identification Please (Thread 169180)

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MARGARET Says:


I found a few pills in my husbands medicine cabinet, it is round, white with 512 on one side and a break mark on the other. What is this? A percocet?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, it is a generic Percocet, Acetaminophen 325mgs and Oxycodone 5mgs.

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Fran Says:

Please identify a white, round tablet with mylan 246 on one side and 25 on the other side

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Verwon Says:

It is considered rude on the internet to hijack someone else's thread, in the future, please start your own thread to request a pill ID, thank you.

Mylan does not list any pills with the number 246 on them, could you please double check the imprint? Could you have inverted the numbers? Also, is the Mylan actually spelled out? Or is it just an M?


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joshua mccutcheon Says:

I found a white oval pill with an N or a Z and 375 on the back what is this??

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Fran Says:

I am very sorry. This is the first time (and last time) I have used this service and did not know that I was hijacking someone else's thread. I was just trying to get information about a med that was prescribed for my aging father.

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Sherry Says:

solid Rust/Brown capsule, not a solid capsule. Has ETHEX on one end and 027 on the other

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Verwon Says:

N 375

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This is Naprelan 375 Extended Release 412.5mgs, also sold under the name Naprosyn. This is the anti-inflammatory Naproxen Sodium.


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Verwon Says:

Ethex 027

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This is Mepridine 50mgs and Promethazine 25mgs, a generic for Meprozine, this is an analgesic, non-narcotic.


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