Small White Oval A10 One Side Other Apo

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gina Says:
I just need to identify what pill this is.

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Roy Says:
A white oval tablet with A10 on one side and APO on the other side is most likely Atorvastatin Calcium 10mg (NDC 60429-323). It is a generic for Lipitor and is part of the "statin" drugs for lowering cholesterol.

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Atorvastatin Calcium 10mg 60429-323

Now, I said "most likely", because there is another drug with a different NDC code which is coming up as having the same imprint codes. That tablet is Alendronic Acid 10mg (NDC 60505-2593), which is an osteoporosis drug. Sorry but I don't have a picture for this one.

The way you could tell WHICH one it is would be to measure the tablet. If it is 9mm wide then it's the first one. If it's a bit smaller at 6mm then it's the second one. I hope this info helps! You can follow either of the NDC code links in my message and you'll be able to see a confirmation of the markings as well as inactive ingredients.

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