Blue Oblong Pill Ad 01

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tee Says:
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I found this at work and can't seem to figure out what it is

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tee! How are you?

The marking is actually AD 10, this tablet is manufactured by Shire US Inc. and they list it as being a 10mg Adderall tablet, which is most commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, insomnia and weight loss.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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tee Says:
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It had ad01 not ad10

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Verwon Says:

Both on the same side of the pill or on opposite sides?

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MsMonster7 Says:
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The pill is blue, oblong, printed AD01 on one side and black on the other. This pill is is a generic pm pain killer.

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Dave Says:

I am having the same problem. A tablet marked AD01....Not AD10 which is the adderall tablet. Oblong blue tablet (almost turquoise) with AD01 and nothing on the other side and it is not scored

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Jen Says:

I have found an oblong blue (blue all over-no black on it) pill also with AD01 on one side-not scored-can't find it's identity anywhere online.???

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holla Says:
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What are the effects of AD01?

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se Says:
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It's just Tylenol pm guys. That's all.

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Eddie Says:
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Re: MsMonster7 (# 4)

Yep that's it! Not black on backside. Solid blue.

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Ken Says:
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I have an oval blue pill imprinted ADO1. What is it?

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Pat Says:

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Tylenol PM extra strength pain reliever. 500mg acetaminophen & 25mg diphenhydramine HCI.
Adults & 12yr+ 2 caplets at bedtime. Do not take more than 2 in 24 hrs.
Hope this helps. I had some loose in purse and found container in cabinet with the rest.

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Loralee Says:
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Re: se (# 8)

How do you know that?

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