Oblong White Pill With Eb On One Side

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White oblong pill EB

I have an oblong white regular size pill with EB on one side and blank on the other. I need to know what it is? ## Hello Kailli, I hope you are having a wonderful day. I found a Guaifenesin 400mg oral tablet that matches your description. Guaifenesin is used to treat coughs and congestion caused by the common cold, bronchitis, and other breathing illnesses. Below I have provided some information I sourced from the NIH. NDC: 69517-119 Ingredient(s): GUAIFENESIN[GUAIFENESIN] Imprint: EB Label Author: HealthLife of USA LLC Color(s): White Shape: Oval Size (mm): 17.00 Score: 1 Inactive Ingredient(s): - silicon dioxide - magnesium stearate - cellulose, microcrystalline - stearic acid - sodium starch glycolate type a potato I hope this information helps. Please let me know if you have any add... ...

Updated in Guaifenesin
Oval white pill with E on one side

Oblong white pill with an E on one side and blank on the other ## This is an Excedrin tablet, available over the counter, it contains Acetaminophen, Aspirin and Caffeine, it is most commonly used to treat headaches. Do you have any other questions? ## trying to find for a friend, what this pill is for-- her dr. say's some kind of pain pill, but if so, i've never heard of it.not sure if there any ## or letters on it. she is pretty numb! ## A white oval pill with EB on one side and blank on the other side is for mucus. I don't know where them other people get there information but they need to go back to school because they will tell u anything and you will be able to hurting yourself. ...

Updated in Acetaminophen
44 175 hydrocodone BS

Idk I'm kinda on the fence still..one site identifies this oblong, white pill imprinted with 44 175 as a lortab... 10mg hydrocodone bitartrate, mixed with however much acetaminophin? Yet I've also seen ppl claim the same imprint, shape and color... That same 44 175 ...and claim that its a simple 500mg acetaminophen... Did the gov give these two very different meds the same identity on mistake or what? Lol either that or ppl on the net have no clue which it is. lol. does anybody know 100% whether these could possibly be lortabs? Or am I just..... SOL? ha idk .....so.ebody please help me get some truth from this please? ## A mix between hydrocodone and ibuprofen ## Hello, Javy! How are you? Tablets with the number 44 followed by 3 additional numbers are all over the counter produc... ...

Updated in Hydrocodone


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