Red Oblong Pill With 350

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Nea Says:
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I'm allergic to aspirin and all NSAID's outside of Tylenol cause me to have a crippling headache. I found a red oblong O.T.C. pill with an imprint of 350. It's PROBABLY Tylenol... Any help is appreciated! T.Y.

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nelly Says:
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A red capsule shaped pill (approx. 18mm in size) with an imprint code of 3S0 is reportedly identified as Acetaminophen 500 mgs.

Labeler - Kroger Company

National Drug Code: 30142-507

Inactive Ingredients:

- Croscarmellose sodium
- Crospovidone (15 mpa.S at 5%)
- Hypromelloses
- Polyethylene glycols
- Polysorbate 80
- Povidones
- Stearic acid
- FD & C red no. 40
- FD & C yellow no. 6

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Ms Cautious Says:
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Re: nelly (# 1)

I've gotten the Kroger 500mg rapid release oblong tablets that are red and look like 350 on them, which is pretty stupid to put on acetaminophen containing 500 mg medication.

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Trina Says:
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I found a red oblong pill with either 3S0 or 350 on one side. I thought it was a Tylenol so I came here to be sure. From what I'm reading it sounds like it's a generic Tylenol. Thanks guys!

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kimberly Says:
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I have the exact medicine you're describing. it's 500mg acetaminophen (generic tylenol) and I bought it from Dollar General, it was DG brand.. Hope I could help.

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Roy Says:

Re: Kimberly (# 4)

Super helpful, thank you!

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Elaine Says:
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Re: nelly (# 1)

How can Kroger sell acetaminophen with a red coating on it that is allergic reaction for some people and has other side effects?

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Jen Says:
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I found an oblong red pill with 350 on one side in a pill bottle of mine and am trying to figure out what it is.

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Jen Says:
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Re: Ms Cautious (# 2)

It has to be 3s0, it wouldn't have 35p on it if it was 500mg.

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