Pill Identification. Help! (Thread 246109)

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Anonymous Mother Says:

I found some white oblong pills in my sons room that say Ex on one side and nothing on the other. They look like Tylenol but a little bigger. I don't think they are excedrine as I take them for headaches myself. Pill identifyers come up with nothing on the searches. Please help!

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Jenna Says:


The closest match I can find is Urex (Methenamine); which belongs to the drug class urinary anti-infectives and is used in the treatment of urinary tract infection, prevention of bladder infection, bladder infection, and kidney infections. It is a white oblong/capsule shape pill with the letters UR | EX on the front (separated by a score), and the letters VP on the back. Perhaps the other letters got smudged off at some point?

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

I hope this helps!

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tiffanie Says:
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It is an exedrin migraine pill. Nothing to worry about he just had a headache

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deena Says:

green capsule with the number 54 866. can you tell me what this is?

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Leonda Says:
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I found a white oblong pill with T on one side and 153 on the other. Help

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