Amoxicillin 500 Mg What It Looks Like

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The capsule is yellow and brown with the numbers RX655
Is this Amoxicillin 500mg

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David Says:

Yes, the pill you described is Amoxicillin (500 mg).

If you require further information regarding this pill, then please follow the link below...

please post back if you have any more questions or concerns, and I will be happy to help you.

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ramin Says:

does amoxicillin 500mg capsule look like: half pink, half navy - wirh A45 on it? thx

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David Says:

Hi Ramin,

Yes, there is also a (500 mg) blue and pink Amoxicillin capsule-shaped pill with the description you provided.

Its manufacturer/distributer is Aurobinda Pharma.

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Kurt Says:

Is there a tablet with the text M-500, dark green on one side and something that looks like very light blue on the other side?

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Kurt Says:

Previous comment: Is this Amoxcillin 500mg?

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ant b Says:

pill has 66 N6 or GG N6 is this AMOX TR-K CLV 500-125 MG

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Bayfive Says:

Described as Alphamox 500. Packaging advises made in New Zealand by Mylan. Capsule is green and creamy white and has no other marking. These are purchased as Amoxicilin, even though the packaging advises amoxicillin trihydrate I have never encountered this compound in this coloured capsule. Any comments or suggestions welcomed.

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Shannon Says:

The pill im looking at is all white. It is long an round, with the imprint L151. The container it's in says it amoxicillin But i dont think it is. Anyone have an answer for me?

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