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Help identify a lavender oblong pill

Found a lavender pill, oblong with the letter P stamped on one side with swirls on each side. Almost exactly like so. ~P~ Any ideas? ## did you find out what this pill is because I found one under a bed recently ## Hello CoyoteRose, This pill is a pamprin pill which is used to relieve pain for conditions such as muscle aches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, or headaches. This medicine is a combination of aspirin, acetaminophen, and caffeine and can be purchased over the counter. I hope this helps.

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Light purple capsule shaped pill with P imprint

Actual imprint is ~P~. Light purple capsule-shaped pill. I have no further information other than what is posted here ## Hello Beverly The pill you are describing is a Pamprin which is an over the counter drug used for the temporary relief of some symptoms associated with menstrual periods. There are two types of Pamprin, Multi-Symptom which is light purple and Extra Strength which comes in light red.Here is some information on what is inside of one Pamprin Multi-Symptom pill. Active ingredients: -Acetaminophen 500mg -Pamabrom 25mg -Pyrilamine maleate 15mg Inactive ingredients: -Blue 2 -Candelilla wax -Corn starch -Ethylparaben -Magnesium stearate -Microcrystalline cellulose -Polyethylene glycol -Poly vinyl alcohol -Povidone -Pregelatinized starch -Propylparaben -Red 40 -Sodium starch g...

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Pamprin and Aleve false positive for benzos

I took Pamprin and Aleve for period cramps and tested positive for benzos. I have taken nothing else but from what I can find it says they only show a false positive for thc. I know I haven't taken anything else. Help ## Same thing happened to me. in the Military and mated "See Medical Record" but it's over the counter and they brush it off as impossible. There is a lot of research online and in books by several medical doctors with extensive experience in this field. I will be gathering information on it for my separation board ## I know this is an old post. I just tested positive for taking BZO's and the only thing I have taken is Pamprin for menstrual cramps. I am stunned. I had to look up BZO's to see what they are. I have not taken anything on the list EVER....

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pamprin use and false positives for thc

My dau had taken several aleve and pamprin for a couple of days before and the morning of a random drug test. She tested positive for marijuana but has not been anywhere near marijuana. Is that possible for these meds to read positive for marijuana?

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cyclobenzoprine ingredients compared to pamprin or midol

Are cyclobenzoprine ingredients similar to midol or pamprin? My daughter is allergic to midol, pamprin, and other type drugs. Wondering if cyclobenzaprine will help with menstrual cramps and cause an allergic reaction. Thanks for assistance. ## Hi, Janice! How are you? No, it is not a similar medication, at all. That is the active ingredient Cyclobenzaprine, it is a muscle relaxant that's available only by prescription. Learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here. What ingredient in the others is she allergic to? Knowing that may enable someone to suggest an alternative that she can take. Has she consulted her doctor?

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