Tan Round Four Scored Pill B 68

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katy Says:


Please help identify tan round pill, four scored with B in one corner and 68 in another or if turned could be an 86, scored on one side only. tan with tiny white specles.
Thanks so much


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Katy Says:

The area this pill was found in is New Jersey. Again, it's a fairly large four scored pill with B in one corner and 68 in another. It is tan with very tiny white speckles. If the pill were turned it could be 98. It is scored on one side only. Thank you.

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but I can't find any listings for this in our U.S. prescription drug resources, I also don't see any other posts about it on our site.

With such an unusual marking, it leads me to suspect that it is either an over the counter item, or a foreign medication.

Does anyone recognize this tablet?



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derek Says:

Its a antibiotic for dogs

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visi Says:

I am sorry, to be so late, just in case some one looks this up again. The pill is for Dogs and Cats only.
It is an antibacterial pill. you get better information if you google it B68 pill

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Erin Says:
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I know it has been several years so I'm sure the original poster doesn't care anymore but in case someone has found this post from a Google search, the pill is Baytril (Enrofloxacin) which is an antibiotic for dogs. It is one typically used for chronic infections that haven't been successfully treated with other antibiotics. My dog is on it for a severe ear infection that we have been actively fighting for a year and a half. It's finally responding to this medication.

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Barbz Says:
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Erin (# 5) --

Thank you for this response because I was going through my dog drawer and found this and I had no idea what it was. Your post definitely wasn't wasted. Thank you so much!!

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