White Round Pill Scored One Side With Line, Other Side Imprinted With Sb4

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David Says:


I believe it may be a left over Dyhdrocodiene (df118) but just another generic. but I need to check



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Jenna Says:

Hi David,

The closest match I was able to find in regards to the "Sb4" imprint is Avandia (rosiglitazone) 4 mg; which belongs to the drug class "thiazolidinediones" and is used in the treatment of diabetes, type 2 and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Manufacturer: GlaxoSmithKline

National Drug Code (NDC): 00029-3159

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Avandia Details

On another note, you mentioned that the pill might be dihydrocodeine (DF118); if you'd like to view an image of dihydrocodeine to see if it could be a match, click here

I hope this helps, please post back if you have any other questions/concerns!

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david Says:

many thanks for the info, I thought it was one of my old tablets and didn't want to take it for pain relief to find out later it wasn't, or was something contra-indicated with current prescription meds. I will destroy the tablets as they are someone elses meds obviously and not mine.

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