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orange oblong pill
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orange, oblong, 44-393 imprint ## help to identify orange oblong drug found in car. code is 44-393 ## Just for your information for future pills you might find, pills marked with a 44 are manufactured by LNK International and they DO NOT make any prescription products. All of their products are over the counter items that are sold by various stores as generics or store brands. That said, this one is Ibuprofen 200mgs, a generic or store brand of Advil. ## a peach or orange oblong pill with a fancy V on one side and 5687 on the other. ## orange oval pill with those numbers on it is generic ibuprofen ## Ibuprofen ## what is orange pill 44.383 ? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 1:14 AM
oblong orange pill
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2/0 on one side, 10/0 on other side ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Fri, Jun 18 '10, 3:48 PM
oblong orange pill l 4
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orange oval pill in store images over counter ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Dec 12 '10, 9:27 AM
oblong orange pill mot
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Found an orange oblong pill that has "mot" on it. Kind of odd to be Motrin 1b as it is usually stamped on the pill. ## Motrin was the first thing that came to my mind as well. But even if it might not be "Motrin Ib" I'd still speculate as to whether it's another form of Motrin, such as this one from CVS (but without the full imprint intact depending on its condition?): Motrin.jpg How do the letters "mot" appear on your tablet? -Are they inked on or embedded? Sometimes various dollar stores also have their own unique brand of OTC meds that bear different markings than what you might find at general pharmacies. Just something else to consider I suppose. Wish I could've been of more help! ...
Updated 10 months ago in Motrin.
Fri, Jan 13 '17, 9:10 PM
red/orange oblong pill
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5111 v ## Pill Image This is Propoxyphene 50mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs, a generic for Darvocet, the lowest strength. So it is a narcotic pain reliever for mild pain, it can also be dangerous if you haven't taken it before, because the Propoxyphene is a cardio-toxic agent, they are currently trying to get these removed from the market because of all the accidental deaths they have caused. ## I found a pill in my couch it is red/orange oblong with a slit down the middle and it has some sort of logo that looks kind of like a flower, like three little designs and and 07 ive looked but I cant figure out what it is. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Propoxyphene.
Thu, Sep 10 '09, 8:06 AM
72 a oblong orange pill
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see above ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sat, Jun 26 '10, 12:13 PM
Orange Oblong Pill P985
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i have orange/peach oblong pill blank on one side and P985 on the other/ anyone? any info appreciated ## I located the orange oblong pill to be Nateglinide (120 mg). It is manufactured by Par Pharmaceutical Inc. Nateglinide is used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. 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 6 years ago in Nateglinide.
Sun, Feb 20 '11, 2:01 PM
Oblong Orange Pill 60 Mg
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marking 60 on one side and bell shaped on other. Can anyone help telling me what these might be? ## Is it possible that the bell shape is a letter, or a logo? I've been hunting, but haven't found anything that matches this description, yet. I will, however, keep looking. Does anyone else have any ideas? ## oblong (capsule-shape) tablet with imprint "A" or what appears to be a bell and 6|0 or 0|9 is mirtazapine (remeron) 30mg a tetracyclic antidepressant ...
Updated 5 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sun, Jul 01 '12, 10:48 PM
Oblong orange pill M 126
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I found an oblong orange pill marked with M 126 that was put in with my zantac 1mg. What is it used for? ## Is the marking possibly H 126? If so, the tablet is manufactured by Camber Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 40mgs of Pantoprazole, which is also used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, but it is not the same as Zantac. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, diarrhea, and flatulence. Have you informed your pharmacy of this issue? ...
Updated 26 days ago in Zantac.
Tue, Oct 24 '17, 11:15 PM
orange pill oval/oblong
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the orange pill has a + sign imprinted on one side. that is its only mark. it is oval or oblong. not a capsule. about a half inch in length. ## oval orange pill with 200 on one side ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Fri, Jun 05 '09, 10:16 AM
large oblong orange pill
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thought to be oxyocintnc rc84rw ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sun, Oct 11 '15, 6:50 PM
large orange oblong pill
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large hard oblong glossy bright orange pill that has a symbol similar to G ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Tue, Sep 08 '09, 8:38 AM
Peach /orange Oblong pill
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Has 55 or S5 imprint - peachy orange color ## Hi kjm, Based on the description provided, I may have located a match to your pill. The only problem is, my source does not show a photo of this pill; just the description "S5" being the imprint on a red oval pill (the shade of red cannot be verified). I'll go ahead and post this pill information below so you can see if it rings a bell or not: S5 is identified as Simvastatin (40mg). It is used to control hypercholesterolemia (elevated cholesterol levels) and to prevent cardiovascular disease. The pill itself is noted to be manufactured by Accord Healthcare, but I would actually consider contacting them directly, just for verification of this and possibly obtaining a photo of the pill: accord-healthcare.com/contact_us.htm# You can... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Shade.
Fri, Mar 09 '12, 9:13 PM
Orange oblong pill ran 0.25
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I'm trying to identify two unknown pills... One is a small orange oval/oblong pill with "ran 0.25" stamped on one side & nothing on the other; as well as another pill that's the same color but with "RA3" stamped on it.... No clue as to what they are or where they were found. ...
Updated 11 days ago.
Thu, Nov 09 '17, 10:39 AM
5mg oblong red orange pill
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What kind of pill is it I found them in my wifes pants pocket in a plastic bag ## Hello, Adrienne! How are you? I'm sorry, but can you please post back and clarify some details? Thanks! How do you know they are 5mg? Are there markings on them? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Feb 20 '14, 1:27 PM
half of oblong orange pill
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Found half or this pill in my house trying to find out what it is - WAR with TA under and looks like a 7 on the other side ## Hello, Angel! How are you? I'm not completely sure, since we don't have the full imprint… However, with the WAR on it, I think this might be a Warfarin tablet, it's a blood thinner. There is one that's orange, oblong and has the marking WARFARIN over TARO on one side and a large number 5 on the other, so only seeing half of that could easily cause it to look like a 7, since you'd just be seeing half of the 5. It's a 5mg tablet. Learn more Warfarin details here. Does anyone in your family take Warfarin? Or perhaps a visiting relative? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Warfarin.
Mon, Oct 07 '13, 5:31 PM
Oblong Orange 4
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44393 is also on the orange oblong pill, I don't what this is please advise. thank you ## The orange oblong pill sounds like 60 mg moriphine.That is what they look like as I have taken them before but no longer take them. Hope this helps you out. ## This tablet does not contain Morphine, nor any type of narcotic. Pills marked with a 44 that is followed by 3 additional numbers are manufactured by LNK International and they only manufacture over the counter products that are sold in many stores as their store brands or generics. This particular tablet contains 200mgs of Ibuprofen, it is the generic or store brand of Advil or Motrin. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ## Well its kinda hard to... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Apr 14 '11, 6:11 PM
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old man mixed up his pills and prescriptions and i don't know what is what! this is last one to identify. ## There is a KOS 1000 pill that I know of but it is more of a white to off-white color. Not sure exactly how orange the pill which you are describing is. An image of the one I'm talking about can be viewed here. If you have what I'm describing then it is Niaspan 1000 mg, which contains the active ingredient Niacin a.k.a. Vitamin B3. This is used for Niacin deficiency, as a treatment of high cholesterol, and a number of other conditions. You can read more about it at: Hope this helps! Let me know if this is the one... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Niaspan.
Sun, Jul 11 '10, 6:22 PM
pill oblong
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orange G 5 ...
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Thu, Jan 24 '08, 8:33 PM
orange oblong pill no imprint
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I found two different pills in a bag, both oval no imprint or code on them different color one is orange with little dots on them either a light black/grey dots smaller size n no line on it, the other one is a bit bigger with line down in the middle with little dots on it also color brown dots also oval smells like vitamin but not sure what they are can you able to identify it n tell me what they are? ## Oh I found the answer, their diet pill n vitamin pill I just kept googling looking for answer much faster to get the answer then waiting around n wondering what they are, kind of made you felt like your at the hospital waiting for answer lol anyways thx anyway have a good day ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Mon, Jun 17 '13, 12:21 PM

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