White Oblong Tablet With M L 77

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Alpha Senpai Says:
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A weird tablet with ML77 on one side. It's white and oblong. Would love to know what it is because we found it in our friend's room and want to make sure they are not abusing medications.



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Meg Says:

The tablet is a Panadol Osteo tablet

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Kevin Says:

Hello Alpha Senpai,

Meg is correct, the pill that you are describing is a Panadol Osteo Tablet. Here is some additional info that I pulled up from the manufacturers website.

This pill is used for the relief of persistent pain associated with osteoarthritis and is not a prescription medicine so it can be picked up over the counter at available convenience stores. The active ingredient in this pill is paracetamol. Below I linked a picture just to verify that this is the pill you are describing.

panadol osteo tablet m l 77

I hope this information helps. Have a great day and let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.

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