Small Round Orange Pill With P On One Side. Blank On The Other Side.

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tony Says:

round orange pill p on one side

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Anne Says:

I found a large round orange pill with a large P on one side and nothing on other side. I believe it came out of my bottle of Nature's Bounty Quick Dissolve B-12 5000meg. Last week I put a B-12 under my tongue to dissolve and it had such a terrible taste, I spit it out and threw it away. Now tonight when I was refilling my pill boxes for the week, I found the large orange pill with a large P on one side only and blank on the other side. B-12 5000meg are pink and taste like cherry. This one did come from my Nature's Bounty Bottle and it is the same size as the correct B-12 5000meg tablet but is an orange color with a P on one side only, instead of pink. It definately is not a B-12 pill. I would appreciate it if you could tell me what this mystery pill is. Thank you.

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Kevin Says:

Hello,

Following up with Annes reply, I was unable to find any medication that fits your description but Nature's Bounty does make a potassium pill that fits this description. I cannot verify that what you have is in fact from Nature's bounty but what I can say is that due to FDA regulations since there is one vitamin/supplement with this imprint it is not legally acceptable by the FDA for there to be a prescription medication that is the same.

I hope this helps.

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