Peach Colored Pill Oblong With 93 One Side And 91 Or 16 On The Other

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Oblong Peach colored pill about 1-1/4 inches long with 96 on one side and 91 or 16 depending on which way the pill is turned on the other side - Need to know what it is



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Verwon Says:

I believe the marking you're referring to is 93 16 and the tablet contains 750mgs of Nabumetone, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

Learn more Nabumetone details here.

Can you please double check the marking on the tablet in question and post back?

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