Light Green Oblong Pill No Markings

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oblong light green pill no imprint

blistered green rectangle or oblong ## I'm sorry, but if there is no imprint it will be impossible to positively identify, unless you would pay to have it lab tested. The only thing we can say for certain is that it is not a legal, U.S. prescription medication. By law they all have to have markings to enable their ID. However, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter items, including medications, vitamins and herbal supplements. Sorry, I wish I could help more. ...

found a small light green pill

it is a small light green pill, oblong shape and has the numbers 44375 on it ## I was unable to locate a pill with your exact markings, I did however locate a pill with similar markings. Click here to see a picture of the pill. If this is your pill it's Wal-dryl Allergy and Sinus Headache medication. If this is not your pill, please post back with any more information so I can better assist you. ...

Updated in Allergies, Cough & Cold
Green Oblong W Line In Middle

I found a light green fotoball under my couch what is it ## Are there any markings on it, at all, or just the score line? If there are no markings, it may be difficult to determine exactly what this tablet contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. prescription tablet, because they are all required to have unique imprints to enable their identification. The greatest likelihood is that it's an over the counter product, though there is also a small chance that it may be a foreign medication. Does anyone else recognize this and have an idea of what it might be? ...

green EBB

oblong shaped light green on one side and dark green on the other side ## Are there any markings on the pill? I would a little more information in order to locate the exact pill. Please post back so I can help you further. ...

Lorpac Tab

Pain Med???What does it consist of??????? ## oblong light green pill with L690 on it ## To the original poster, is it possible you meant Lortab? It is a narcotic analgesic that contains Acetaminophen, and Hydrocodone. Are there any markings on the tablet in question? The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Lisa, the tablet with the L690 marking is an over the counter product used to treat sinus symptoms, such as those caused by the common cold. They contain 500mgs of Acetaminophen, and 15mgs of Phenylephrine. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, nervousness, and insomnia. ...

Updated in Lortab
Levothyroxine 88mg

light green - oblong tablet - small ## I have 2 different light green, oblong tablets, that both look lilke the 88mcg Thyroid I have been taking, but now I have 2 tablets that have different markings . just making sure they are the same OR NOT THE SAME. ## I have two light green tablets , they are identical except for the markings and I just want to know which one is the Levothyroxine 88mcg tablets that I should be taking. Markings are as such: L2 on some and are marked : M (front) and L/7 (upside down L) any help with this is appreciated... ## The one with the M L7 is your Levothyroxine tablet. Learn more Levothyroxine details here. The other one with just the L2 on it is an over the counter generic for Immodium, that contains the active ingredient Loperamide, it's used to treat di... ...

Updated in Levothyroxine
light green oblong H 41

small (1-1.25cm) light green scored oblong tablet markings H score mark then 41 ...


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