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a little light blue pill.5751



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David Says:

The pill in description marked pliva 468 is Propranolol Hydrochloride (20 mg).

Propranolol Hydrochloride is a non-selective beta blocker mainly used in the treatment of hypertension.

Propranolol is indicated for other uses as well, which you can view by following the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Propranolol/­

If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you.

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lisaa Says:

I have a small white and pink capsule. Looks like PLIVA 468 written on it.

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lisaa Says:

sorry, previous statement was wrong color. It is white and blue capsule with PLIVA 468. My son is hanging around the wrong crowd. He is depressed. Angry. I think someone is selling him these. Telling him it is something else.

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David Says:

Hi Lisaa,

Is the color possibly green and not blue, with a marking of "648" as opposed to 468?

Only asking because it doesn't look like there's any information online that fits your description, and this is the closest possible match I could find. A white capsule with a green stripe on one side imprinted with PLIVA - 648 is identified as Fluoxetine 20 mg. This medication is used in the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress, and more.

Manufacturer: Teva Pharmaceuticals

If the imprint really does say PLIVA 468, then I would consider questioning the manufacturer on whether or not it's real or if they just changed the way their pills look. PLIVA 468 is the imprint on a round blue pill with a score on one side that is identified as Propranolol Hydrochloride (20mg).

A description of specific PLIVA tablets can be found in the link below if you scroll down to the section called "How Supplied": dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?id=71253

I hope this info helps!

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Lisaa Says:

Yes. You are right. Thank you for your help.

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