Pill Identification (Thread 164252)

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Ben Says:


I found a couple of pills in my sons room and he's not admitting to what they are and I'm determined to find out. They are yellowish and say NORCO 539 on the same side, the other is blank. Thanks.



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juli Says:

hello- your son has a pain pill called norco, which is like lortab, although it only has 325milligrams of tylonol and 10 mill of codiene.

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Marlene Gray Says:

I had a perscription sent to me from caremark it is atenolol 50mg it don`t look like the pill iv`e been taking it is white blank on one side on the other side there is a Z on the top and 66 on the bottom separated by a line going across the pill . Thank you

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Gig Cheek Says:

Ifound a pill in my purse and don''t know what it is..
small, yellow andhas 40 stamped on one side and the other side 00.
can you help me identify this poll?


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oxy efficianado Says:

The pill you found is an oxycontin 40mg time release oxycodone hydrochloride the imprint is OC on one side and 40 on the other sometimes the OC is misread as OO

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CL Says:

Sorry - I clicked on the rport abuse button out of curiosity - I IN NO WAY MEANT TO DO THIS - Please erase this

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stacie Says:

I found a little white pill. It is kinda oval and has two sets of numbers but I can't make out all the numbers. I believe two numbers are 66 and then there are three #'s above that , I can make out the first # to be a 2 but can't read the other two

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shitbrick Says:

its an offbrand of viagra

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fast eddie Says:

i found a pill in my friends room...it says pd157 on one side and 40 on the other....does anyone know what it is?

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ricky Says:

i found this pill on the floor in my apartment, i have no idea where it came from. It is pink and ovalish on one side it has the numbers 890 and on the other side it has the numbers 93. please tell me what they are...

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Kathy Says:

I found a small yellow round tablet in my roommates cabinet. She has an addiction problem. It is scored on one side with DAN written on both sides of the line and on the other side, it has the number 5216. Can anyone tell me what this is?

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Jim Says:

I think it's interesting that everybody finds it neccesary to tell us WHERE exactly they found the pill! LoL! Who cares where you found it... Just describe the pill! Location of the pill isn't going to help determine what it is! LoL!

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Crystal Says:
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This is an old thread, but just in case someone sees it, NORCO is NOT made of acetaminophen and codeine.

It is a CONTROLLED moderate strength pain reliever with active ingredients of Hydrocodone Bitartrateand Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen is TYLENOL). The 2 active ingredients work better together for pain than either one alone. Vicodin is made of the same two active ingredients with higher amounts of Acetaminophen, so Norco is basically another name for the well-known Vicodin.

Most people do not realize that you can easily overdose on Tylenol. I think the maximum amount for an adult is about 1200mg per day, but it will kill your liver and kidneys if you take it for too long. My nephew had to be rushed to the hospital for Tylenol overdose.

Norco is just as physically and emotionally addictive as Percocet, Vicodin, etc. It should be taken as prescribed and only by the patient! Take too much at once and/or combine with alcohol or other depressants (cough medicine, xanax, other pain relievers, etc), and you can fall asleep and never wake up.


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