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Small white eliptical tablet with 10 imprinted on one side and a four pointed star similar to a compass rose on the other side. Any idea what they may be?



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Abe Says:

White oblong pill with a 4 pointed Star, 10 on the other side is a 10 mg Bextra

This drug was manufactured by GD Searle LLC a Subsidiary of Pharmacia Company Pfizer, a COX-2 inhibitor used as an anti-inflammatory, but recalled from the market this past year.

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Jim Says:

Abe. Thank you. Once I read your answer to my girl friend she remembered that it was Bextra, which she took for her elbow injury a year or so ago. Thanks again.

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