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T 134 white oblong pill

I have received an oblong white pill with T 134 on one side and nothing on the other side. I have seen discussions of T 134 yellow or T 194, but nothing showing only T 134 on an oblong white pill with nothing on the other side. Is what I was prescribed indeed a 10/325 oxycodone? ## Hi Lala, From what I can tell, a manufacturer by the name of Camber Pharmaceuticals produces generic Percocet pills with this "T 1XX" style imprint. You could try contacting them directly for more specific details about your pill. However, I've yet to come across any clues as to whether it's the correct medication/dose/imprint/etc... Here's Camber's product page for their other related "T 1XX" tablets: camberpharma.com/Oxycodone+Acetaminophen Did you get your medication filled ... ...

Updated in Oxycodone
az 345 white pill oblong

I found a few in my medicine cabinet when cleaning, label unreadable. ## I found a few oval white tablets labeled AZ345 on one side, and scored on the other. I was thinking they may possibly be pain medicine from an injury i had a year ago? Help please. ## From what we've been able to find, this is a product called Mucus Relief DM, it's a cold remedy that contains 20mgs of Dextromethorphan and 400mgs of Guaifenensin. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, nervousness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Dextromethorphan
White oblong pills

I found a white oblong pill with 18 on one side and blank in the other. It was scored in the middle. This was in my sons room. Can anyone help to identify this pill? ## Based on the description provided, I found your white oblong pill to be Ibuprofen (800 mg). NOTE: the correct marking is actually "8i" (with a capitol i). Manufacturer: Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 55111-0684 Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for relief of symptoms of arthritis, primary dysmenorrhea, fever, and as a mild pain reliever. Learn More: Ibuprofen Details I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Ibuprofen
white oblong pill 8 I

I have a white oblong pill that only has a big letter "I" with a big number "8" on it. ## A white oblong pill with "8 I" on one side and blank on the other, reportedly contains 800mgs of Ibuprofen. For verification, the manufacturer/labeler is listed as Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 55111-684. You can also click on the NDC link above to view a photograph of the pill. I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Ibuprofen
white oblong pill m6

It is white, oblong and has M6 on 1 side and blank on the other ## Hi Andy, Based on the description provided, the closest match I'm currently finding is a white "round" pill marked with M6 on one side and blank on the other. This particular tablet is identified as Myambutol (100mg), and is said to be manufactured by a company called Stat Trade Inc. Myambutol (Ethambutol) is a drug indicated for the treatment of tuberculosis. I know you mentioned that your pill was oblong-shaped as opposed to round, but please post back if this sounds like it could be a viable match. I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Myambutol
i8 white oblong pill

I have a white oblong pill with I8 on it & no score mark on either side. What pill is this? ## white oblong pill with I8 or 8I imprint ## Is it possible that your pill says IB? If so it's 200 mg of Ibuprofen. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Crystal is right about it being Ibuprofen, except it's an 800 mg. ## That's it. Rx 800 mg ibuprophen. I found the rx bottle. Thanks your website is very helpful. ## If its an arrow pointed up instead of an "i" it's a subutex. If it has arrow pointed upwards and an 8 on the other side its what they give you to quit other opiates; an 8mg buprenorphine. ## I'm trying to identify a white oblong pill with either I8 or 8I or 81 or 1... ...

Updated in Ibuprofen
White Oblong Pill Pc F

White oval tablet. Has PC imprinted on one half and F imprinted on the other (either side of the line to split it in half). If you turn it over it has a symbol that looks sort of like the letter a in cursive writing. Can anyone identify this pill? ## Hi Kelly, The closest match I've found is Pce dispertab (erythromycinan) 333 mg. It is used in the treatment of dental abscess, strep throat, chlamydia infection, skin infection, pharyngitis, etc.. and belongs to the drug class macrolides. It is an oval white tablet with reddish pink specs. It has an "a" (like the one you described) on the front next to the letters PCE. Manufacturer: Abbott Laboratories National Drug Code (NDC): 00074-6290 To view an image of the pill I found click here. The "a" logo on this pill stands ... ...

Updated in PCE
105 White Oblong Pill

I need to know about a pill. It is white, thick, oblong and has a 105 imprinted on one side of it and nothing on the other. My research tells me that it is a 7.5 mil Percocet. Is this correct? And I would also like to see a picture of it. ## Hi Lola, Your assumption was correct. Based on the description provided I found the white oblong pill to be generic Percocet, containing: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone hydrochloride (325 mg - 7.5 mg). Manufacturer: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00378-7105 You can view a photo of the pill in question, by running a search on google images for: "percocet white oblong pill 105" Learn More: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details I hope this helps! ## Just get on Google and Type in pill identifier. And there is several different site... ...

Updated in Percocet
oblong white 204 pill

it is in the 12 hour non drowsey sudafed ## Dude you serious? It is not sudafed lmao, it is generic percocet. You get sudafed for sinus problems and colds like, sinus pressure, sinus headaches and sinus infections. Ive also taken it for my bronchitis. I dont know where you got this info from, but you couldnt be more wrong.. Also Sudafed does not last 12 hours lol the life span of sudafed is from 4 to 6 hrs. Your just giving out bad information, if you dont know what your talking about (Obviously you dont) then dont say anything. Giving bad info on a site like this could be dangerous. It could be powerful medication, and someone comes along like you, and says "u'll be fine its just aspirin". Then that person will overdose because of stupid people who abuse drugs and ruin it f... ...

Updated in Sudafed
oblong white 348

westwood ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill marked Westward 348, to be Naproxen (500 mg). Naproxen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug commonly used for the reduction of moderate to severe pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...

Updated in Naproxen
oblong white pill with 44-344

Please tell me what these pills I found are. They were oblong white with the # 44-344 on one side ## Hello, Janet! How are you? These are over the counter tablets that are sold as an alertness aid, they contain 200mgs of Caffeine. Is there anything else I can help with? ## White oblong shaped pills with the number 44 344 printed on one side. ## Or they could be generic excedrine extra strength headache pills ...

Updated in Caffeine
watson 349 white oblong pill

White round pull Watson on one side, 3369 on the other side. ## Hello, Kim! How are you? The tablet with WATSON 3369 on it contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen, 50mgs of Butalbital and 40mgs of Caffeine, it is a generic for Fioricet, which is most commonly used to treat migraines. Learn more Fioricet details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and stomach irritation. The tablet with WATSON 349 on it contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen and 5mgs of Hydrocodone, it is a generic for Vicodin, which is a narcotic analgesic. It has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, constipation and dry mouth. Learn more Vicodin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Acetaminophen
white oblong/oval pill

I have a white oblong/oval pill with the word Watson on it and the number 349 below it. What is it? ## It is a generic vicodin. ## I have a long white pill with watson on top and 349 below it what is it, ## To add some specifics and new information… This tablet is a generic for Vicodin, the dosage is 5mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a narcotic analgesic, so it may be habit forming. The common side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Vicodin details here. Another note that needs to be added here is that as of 2013, the FDA has made a request that all manufacturers lower the amount of Acetaminophen in these combination prescription products to no more than 325mgs per dose. There are increasing co... ...

Updated in Vicodin
oblong white pill g 193

Curious what this pill is for ## Hi bettysas, From what I could gather, a white oblong pill marked with "G 193" is identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet. The name of the brand is listed as "Lactaid Fast Act". This supplement is used for people who are lactose intolerant. It's said to contain enzymes that help with the digestion of dairy products. I hope this info helps! ## Thats absolutely true I used them. ...

Updated in Enzymes
White oblong pill G 193

Found two oblong white pills, about 14mm. Blank on one side, G193 printed on the other. No scoring on either side. I thought it was lactase ("dairy pills"), which are used for lactose intolerance. Please help! ## Hi Julie, Based on my investigation your thinking was spot-on! An oblong white pill imprinted "G 193" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet that goes by the name "Lactaid Fast Act". This product is indicated for use in treating lactose intolerance. It is said to contain enzymes that help aid in the digestion of dairy products. I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Lactase
C224 pill white oblong

Can someone please help me I found these pills on my daughters floor I've been suspecting drug abuse I need to know for sure so I can confront her but don't wanna feel stupid if it's something else thanks in advance ## Based on the description provided the closest match I've seen here is a white oblong pill marked with "SLC | 224" on one side and blank on the other. This particular pill reportedly contains 1000mgs of Levetiracetam, which is used to treat epilepsy. Is there any chance that the imprint could've been misinterpreted due to the pill's condition? If not, you could try taking it into a local pharmacy for a second opinion. However I ultimately think it would be best to have an open heart to heart discussion with your daughter until you see eye to... ...

Updated in Levetiracetam
white oblong pill l151

whit oblong pill with l151 on it ## I can't find this listed in any of my resources, however, I can tell you that pills marked with an L followed by additional numbers are over the counter products. This company makes the generic/store brand version of many different items. Is anyone else familiar with this? ## I'm a pharmacist at a hospital and was asked to identify this as well. After finding nothing in Micromedex, Clinical pharmacology, Lexicomp and Facts and Comparison. I googled it and found out that it is "GOOD SENSE NIGHTTIME SLEEP AID (diphenhydramine hydrochloride) tablet 25 mg" ...

Updated in Diphenhydramine
white oblong pill p111

its a white oblong pill with a Capital P111. what kind of pill is it ## I found a white pill it has the letters P111 on it and I would like to know what kind of pill it is ## This tablet contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol. Acetaminophen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used as a pain reliever and fever reducer. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## found old meds in cupboard. white oblong with IP then a crease and 111 on 1 side and nothing on opposite side. can it be hydrocodone. ## probably ibuprofin hence the " IP" ## bob - the pill which you are describing IP 111, does contain Hydrocodone 5 mg, and also Acetaminophen 500 mg. It's a generic Vicodin manufactured by A... ...

Updated in Acetaminophen
white oblong pill a 333

Yes just had a tooth pulled and the doctor told my husband that he gave me percets 10/325 got them filled its going on day two still hurting I have taken percets before these the drug store filled don't look like what I have taken before and are not helping with the pain what's going on these ate oblong white imprinted A 333 on one side nothing on the other side help me find out what's going on. Thanks ## Hello, Sorry to hear about your situation. Apparently a great deal of other people have been complaining about the lack of effects from these A333 tablets. They seem to be a newer version that recently came out, but because it's a "generic" the percentage of active ingredients are allowed to vary by as much as 25%... enough to cause problems for most people that... ...

Updated in Pain Relief
i p 101 white pill oblong

Just need to know if this pill have aspirin or ibuprofen in it? It is a allergy pill. ## I found a white capsule marked "IP 101", but it's identified as Gabapentin 100 mg; which is used to treat nerve pain, epilepsy, and other conditions as well. Manufacturer: Amneal Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 53746-0101 Size: 16.00 mm Are you really sure that the pill you have is used for allergies and not something else? I haven't seen any other tablets come up under the same imprint, but hopefully this helps to at least narrow down your search. Please post back if you happen to have any more information regarding this pill. ...

Updated in Aspirin



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