Identification (Thread 164821)

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matt Says:

i found a pill on my sons floor, its long oval an pink. One side has 7.5 an the other has E796

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Whitney Says:

I found a white small round pill on the ground at work, and I want to know what it is

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cweet Says:

I found a pill on my front door step. That is a round sage color or green color that as 30 on it and it is small. Could someone please help me find out the name of it. And what it is used for.

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Rawoody Says:

This is Endocet. Acetaminophen 500 mg and 7.5 mg of Oxycodone.

does it look like this?

Need to know if there's any writing,imprint or logos on it.

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i found a bottle of prescription pills that are mine, but they were in a different bottle, they are white, oval, and have the number 44 175 on them. what are they?

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Rawoody Says:

44 175 is Genapap 500 mg
This is a generic Tylenol ES

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mario Says:

i have a light blue pill with a v on one side and the number 3597 on the other side,also in the same bottle came other light blue pills with M361. are these the same type of pills or what? Thanks.

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clueless Says:

i found a white oval pill that have the number ''93'' on one side and ''5195'' on the other side anyone know what it is?

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Rawoody Says:

V 3597 is:
Acetaminophen; Hydrocodone Tablets 650 mg; 10 mg
This is a Generic Lortab sister to vicodin

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Rawoody Says:

M361 is the exact same thing, just made by a different company.

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Rawoody Says:

93 5195 is 500 mg Penicillin an antibiotic.

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amber kent Says:

i found a pill on my floor its brown and round and it has e. 212 on one side and a line through the other side?

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