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White oblong pill with I 71
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My pharmacist changed manufacturers and this is what I was given for my percocet 10/325. Can anyone help verify if this is the correct medicine? ## @BamBam, A white oblong pill imprinted with I 71 is reportedly identified as Bupropion HCL extended-release (300 mg), which is an antidepressant medication. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Cipla USA and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 69097-0876. I'm not sure why the pharmacist would say that this is Percocet, as surely they are mistaken based on the pill description. I would contact them right away if you haven't done so already... Hope this helps! ...
Updated 3 months ago in Percocet.
Fri, Aug 18 '17, 3:47 PM
Small Oblong White Pill Scored V Reverse Side 6949
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What is this pill? One side has a V and the reverse side has the numbers 6949 ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Zolpidem, the active ingredient in Ambien, which is used to the short term treatment of insomnia. Learn more Ambien details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Zolpidem.
Thu, Aug 09 '12, 9:16 AM
v on one side and 44 69 on the other side
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v on one side and 44 69 on the other side white oblong pill ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Wed, Feb 29 '12, 9:07 AM
white oblong pill with 688 or 698 on it
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I am trying to find out what kind of pill that has 688 or 698 on it and i believe it has the word watson on one side. I found this pill and affraid a loved one is up to something no good. ## The only thing close to this that I can find has WATSON 698 200 and contains 200mgs of Hydroxychloroquine, which is an antimalarial medication. Can you try to take a closer look at the pill and post back? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Hydroxychloroquine.
Thu, Sep 29 '11, 1:40 PM
698 200
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white oblong ## The pill in description marked Watson 698 200 is Hydroxychloroquine sulfate (200 mg). Hydroxychloroquine is classified as an anti-malarial medication and is one of a number of drugs that have been used for many years in the treatment of malaria. It is also useful in treating systemic lupus erythematosus as well as rheumatoid arthritis and Sjgren's Syndrome (all rheumatic disorders). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Hydroxychloroquine.
Fri, Apr 15 '11, 6:59 PM
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several - small round pink pill - imprint on one side only M w/ sort of an overlapping P, 10 directly underneath. 2. oblong white - Watson imprint on one side, 698/200 on the other. 3. round white pill - one side blank, other side GG over 260. 4. small yellow pill - Dan imprint on one side, 5661 on the other. 5. light pink pill - the letter C imprint on one side, 86/62 on the other. 6. round white pill - Dan/Dan imprint on one side, 5381 on the other. My friend fell and ended up w/ 35 stitches across the top of her left knee. All these pills were 'donations' - am told they are mostly muscle relaxers, but before doing anything with them, I need to know what they are. Please help, asap!! Thank you, Robbie. ## MP 10 Pill Image This is Amitriptyline 10mgs, a generic for the antidepr... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amitriptyline.
Sun, Sep 16 '12, 7:28 AM
what does hydroxychloroquine look like
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bullet shaped 698 200 ## oblong white table with HCQS in all caps and blank on other side ## 698200 Watson contains 200mgs of Hydroxychloroquine, this is an antimalarial drug that is also used to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis. Common side effects may include: nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea and reduced appetite. You can read more here: ...
Updated 8 years ago in Hydroxychloroquine.
Mon, Aug 17 '09, 12:42 PM

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