White Pill 244, Phenylpropanolamine 50mg Tablet???

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Reshonda Bourgeois Says:

I found a round white tablet with the imprint 244 on it. I believe it may be a Phenylpropanolamine 50mg tablet, but I can not seem to find an image of it any where to be certain. I have tried many different pill identification websites, with no help. The only information that I have been able to find is on this website, but it stated that this was a chewable tablet. The pill that I found is not a chewable tablet. I know that this medication comes in both chewable and regular tablet versions. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. If possible, I would love a reference to an image for this medication so that I can compare it to the pill that I have found.

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David Says:

With the imprint being only "244" on a white pill, the closest possible match I've come across is Carvedilol (6.25 mg). This pill however is Elliptical / Oval shaped as opposed to "round", so it may not be what you're describing.

Carvedilol is used in the treatment of high blood pressure and other heart conditions, if that helps at all. Additionally, the Phenylpropanolamine photos I found are of different colors (none being white), and with no other results on my end I can only assume if Carvedilol isn't a match, that this is possibly a foreign pill (manufactured outside of the U.S.).

Did you possibly obtain this pill outside of the U.S.?

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Reshonda Bourgeois Says:

No the pill was definitley manufactured in the U.S. I'm almost positive that it is a 50mg Phenylpropanolamine, but the medication is currently on back order everywhere so I am unable to get any more at the moment to compare it to.

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MSG Says:

I was searching for the same info - I have round, slightly off-white, scored in half tablets with 244 on each half that I also believe are Proin 50mg tabs. You thinking the same thing makes me quite sure but it would be nice if it was confirmed somewhere.

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Anachem Says:

I have the same pill and I am fairly certain it's 50 mg phenylpropanolamine.

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