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anxious elderly patient ## This is Naproxen Sodium 375mgs, a prescription strength, generic for Naprosyn. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Naproxen.
Fri, Jul 21 '06, 12:25 PM
blue tablet imprint pn25
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blue round pill with pn25 imprinted ## I can't find a listing for this, was it found in the US or somewhere else? Does anyone else know what this is? ## I do not know for sure what it is either, the only clue I have is that there is a related discussion thread on this site titled , which describes the same pill. So is it Ibuprofen ? I can't say for sure just because the title says Ibuprofen in it. It's just another clue to this strange mystery. ## Not sure if its the same in america as it is in australia, but PN25 stamped on a a skyblue pill means its Phenergan. Antihistamine and sleeping pill pretty much ## It's a sleeping pill. ## promethazine hydrochloride 25mg ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Tue, Feb 01 '11, 6:20 AM
no imprint blue
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Found a clear, sealed, small, plastic bag no way to open it unless you rip the plastic. its a baby blue capsule with no markings. ## did you find out what kind of pill are they? i found several bag in my husband bag after a business trip he took. ## Found the same here. In my son's car....any news on what kind of pills they are? Blue capsules, two in a clear sealed pouch. ## well put a picture of it on here i can most likely tell u if i see it. and the bag u said it is sealed and cant open unless u tear it opened was it burnt to be closed that way and if so well then it sounds like a common drug users way to seal there bags but show a pic and i can tell better ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Jan 11 '11, 9:54 PM
Blue, round tablet, imprint 'NTZ 1.0'
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These pills are currently being sold on the streets of Scotland as diazepam (1mg??!) 10mg - and people are so thick that they are not noticing that the tablets are actually imprinted as 1.0mg... I have never seen the imprint, but have seen many generics which use the letters from the name of the drug eg. Az1, Bz6, Mz10 are used by LaborMed Pharma for alprazolam, bromazepam and medazepam respectively; the only BZDs that I can think of with those letters though are nitrazepam and Nimetazepam, both of which are mostly sold in 5mg strengths and 1mg does not exist; I took a couple and they most definitely feel like alprazolam more than anything else that I can think of. Does anybody have any clue what they are and who makes them, country of origin etc? Verwon, your usual databases will not l... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diazepam.
Sun, Oct 16 '16, 5:43 AM
Round blue tablet imprinted FR2
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Round blue tablet with FR2 imprinted on one side ...
Updated 10 years ago.
Fri, Jun 15 '07, 8:43 PM
light blue 5 sided tablet with no imprint
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I found this pill. My bf thinks it's viagra. Now I have a problem keeping it from him. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Viagra.
Mon, Apr 03 '17, 11:30 PM
blue capsule no imprint
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one side dark blue other side light blue found in a white bottle no marking, person does wieght training any idea what these could be ## I would need more information to identify the right pill. Is there any markings? Please post back with any more information so I can help you futher. ## there are no markings at all ## I will continue looking, if anyone out there has an idea please post your information. ## i have seen theese and have been told they are a form of oxy ## I was told they were tetrahydrocannibis ## I realize this question was asked in 2009, but I'll throw this out anyway. A dark and light blue capsule with no imprint is manufactured by TRIPADA BIO-TECH PVT. LMD., a pharmaceutical company in India. Odds are, the capsule in question is Itraconozole (Sporanox), a widely ... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Mon, Jul 06 '15, 2:12 AM
capsule blue no imprint
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it is more turquiose color capsule with white powder inside it. it has no markings at all but you can see impressions around it where it looks like something pressed the capsule together. is this a 40mg methadone? someone said it was? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Methadone.
Tue, Dec 15 '09, 7:15 PM
blue oval pill no imprint
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found this in my teenage neice's room ## Sorry, if there is no imprint then it must be something over the counter. All prescription drugs in the United States are required by law to have an imprint on the tablets, so they can be identified according to drug, dosage and manufacturer. With no markings there is no way to know for sure what it is, it could be a generic for Tylenol PM, Advil PM, Aleve or anything else for that matter. ## I have located a supply of totally unmarked football shaped pills in my good friend's room; I have no knowledge of him taking any prescription meds and I would know if he were. They were in an old prescription bottle with the label ripped off (probably not even the original container). These pills look exactly like the little blue football Xanax pill... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tylenol.
Thu, Jul 13 '17, 1:02 AM
no imprint blue adderall
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I just got prescribed adderall. They are blue capsules with no print. Is that normal? ## Hello, Vikki! How are you? That would only be normal, if they were specially ordered by your doctor and put together for you by a compounding pharmacy. They tend to use unmarked capsules. However, if you obtained them from a regular pharmacy, they should have markings on them. The FDA classifies this medication as a stimulant that is most commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. It carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, nervousness and weight loss. Where did you have it filled? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Adderall.
Fri, Nov 13 '15, 2:46 PM
dark blue pill no imprint
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I found two dark blue capsules with no wiring or anything imprinted on them. I think it's something my boyfriends mom gave him. ## Hello, Kbug! How are you? Did you try asking him about them? If there are no markings, it is most likely something that's available over the counter. All manufactured prescription products in the U.S. are required to have unique markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency. The only exception to this would be something that was specially ordered by a doctor and created by a compounding pharmacy, but they usually use plain, clear capsules, since they are the cheapest and most readily available. There is also a small chance that it could be some type of foreign medication. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information fo... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Nov 06 '14, 4:03 PM
light blue pill no imprint
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I found a kinda flat small round baby blue pill what is it and it has no markings on it at all ## Finasteride, a common prescription for BPH--prostate problems, looks like this. I was amazed to see that an actual prescription drug had no markings at all. Is this legal? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Finasteride.
Tue, Apr 14 '15, 3:37 PM
round blue pill no imprint
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I just received a round light blue pill from Cameroon and I'm surprised. The pack it came in looked like it was a sample pack from the doc him self. So I took it and its really valium. I feel good and So I have a good source. ## I don't mean to come off as a troll, but you realize you could be doing time in federal prison for ordering rx meds like this from overseas if you were to get caught? And you putting this information on the world wide web for the public will likely cause sources from Cameroon to diminish once word gets out to someone affiliated with law enforcement. So I say enjoy it while you still can, because you never know when it will disappear or when the Feds will appear at your door step. Loop holes like this only stay open for so long. Also, when you obtain a pr... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Valium.
Wed, Aug 27 '14, 7:51 PM
blue pill imprint R
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180 imprint on back of pill ## i think this is a blood pressure med called verapamilthis is to the blue pill with 180 on the back ...
Updated 8 years ago in Blood Pressure.
Thu, Jul 09 '09, 6:44 PM
Blue diamond shaped tablet with ULTRA imprint
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I found tablets in my medicine cabinet that don't have a prescription label. They are blue, diamond-shaped, slightly rounded & are imprinted with ULTRA. They look like Viagra. Could this be a generic? They came home from Algodones with my husband. ## Hi Sher, If these pills are really from Mexico, then I think the only verifiable way to identify their contents would be through a lab analysis. At the moment, I'm not aware of any other types of pills that share a similar depiction to Viagra other than counterfeits, foreign and perhaps some generic versions... From my observations, the maker of Viagra pretty much branded / trade marked the whole blue diamond shaped tablet concept and now whenever I see this description I'm almost always able to make this assumption. But for... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Viagra.
Sat, Jul 01 '17, 10:06 PM
Blue Oblong Pill No Imprint
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found a shiny medium colored blue large squishy oblong pill with no imprint. When I poked it open there was a light tan colored oil substance. I'm curious to know what it is. ## With no imprint, it is going to be difficult to narrow down what this contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. prescription medication, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification, in case of emergency. However, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter products, there is also a small chance that it is a foreign medication. Was it found in the U.S.? Does anyone else have an idea of what this might be? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Fri, Feb 25 '11, 4:18 PM
blue tablet 5193
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5193 imprinted on small round blue tablet ## Are you sure you have the correct number? Are there any other numbers or letters on it? Unless I am just skipping over it I cannot find that number. Could it be an over the counter medication? ## Nothing here either, I even tried my paid databased, tried flipping the numbers around, nothing under those numbers comes up at all. ## I did the same even with the old pharmacist available databases, to no avail. Fortunately, I don't have to pay for any databases I wish to have for research thus far, as long as I can provide my pharmacist license number. It is going to run out soon and I am not practicing currently, but I am still going to renew it. Who knows....a cure for lupus might be found! ## Yes, you never know with medical advances and su... ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sat, Mar 27 '10, 8:24 AM
blue Capsule With No Imprint
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all blue in color and indented at one end and small circles going around middle no letters ## There are no markings or logos on it, at all? If so, then we can rule it out as being a U.S. manufactured/approved prescription medication, because they are all required to have unique imprints to enable their identification. That means that this is most likely something that's available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. Where was it found? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Tue, Oct 16 '12, 5:28 PM
n imprint no numbers pill blue
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Oval blue pill one side had vd on it ## Did you ever get an answer. I'm looking for the same information ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Fri, Mar 24 '17, 6:36 AM
round blue tablet
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*A- blue tablet ## what is a round blue pill with imprint A- ?? ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Fri, Jun 02 '06, 5:59 AM

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