White Oblong Pill With No Imprints On Either Side

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We have a bunch of white oblong shaped pills with nothing imprinted on either side of it. We think it is ibuprofen but are just trying to check and make sure.



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Shelly Says:
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Someone gave me a round white pill with no imprint on either side and said it's antibiotics. Is it?

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Unknown Says:
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Good luck and gooodnightttt. I was concerned too until I checked my melatonin bottle. Be smart and keep asking questioms.

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Kevin Says:

Hello,

I hope this message finds you in good health and wonderful weather.

In accordance with FDA regulations all controlled medication is required to be identifiable through it's physical features (shape, color, imprint, size etc.) and because the pill you found does not have an imprint it is unlikely to be an ibuprofen. What is more likely is that you have found a vitamin, supplement, dietary pill but could also be a foreign drug or illegal substance. It would be nearly impossible to identify this pill based off it's appearance alone due to the sheer number of vitamins, supplements and dietary pills available on the market.

If you are determined to know the contents of the pill you can take it to a pharmacy and see if they will analyze the pill for you to identify its contents, otherwise you should simply dispose of the pill at one of your local drug drop-off points at a pharmacy or hospital.

I hope this information helps.

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Hipoldlady Says:
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Mine turned out to be a Potassium vitamin. I buy the store brand of them at Winco. I take them for my restless legs and cramps (Charlie horse), along with a calcium and magnesium. And B12 is good for my nerves.

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