Oblong White Pill With No Markings

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Oblong White Pill With No Markings
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Checking to see if you can tell me what a white oblong pill with no markings except a score on 1 side is. My Dad has been taking them and within a few hours of taking it, he is slurring his words and stumbling around. Need to find out what they are. Thanks ## I'd take it to a pharmacy they should be able to tell you what it is, I don't know of any narcotic that doesn't have some sort of marking. If you find out please post, you have me curious ## Deb is correct, a narcotic that's available for prescription in the U.S. would have some type of marking to enable its identification, the same is true of all other prescription products. However, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter products and there are some that can cause those types of symptoms if taken... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Apr 13 '12, 9:45 AM
White Oblong Pill No Markings
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White oblong pill no markings - looks like it could be generic lortab 10. Can u help? ## I don't care what shape or color they are - Any controlled substance "will" have a code number always... Also, it will be scored for breaking in half. You can take this to the bank. ## Keith is correct about the marking, however, that is only true if they are manufactured and/or approved in the U.S. If they have no imprint, they can be ruled out as being a legal U.S. prescription medication. However, the score mark is not actually required on them, or on any other tablets. Where were they found? ## I purchased Tylenol with Codeine in Canada that are white and have no markings on them whatsoever. ## I just got these white oblong pills with no markings. Does Vicodin fit this description? C... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Lortab.
Wed, Aug 16 '17, 2:53 PM
Long Oblong White Pill No Markings
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It's a capsule that you can take apart. There are 3 tiny indent marks going around one part of the capsule. No other markings at all. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Aug 23 '12, 6:53 PM
I have a white oblong pill with no markings at all
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I need to find out what pill is white and oblong with no markings at all. I want to know what this drug is for? ## Objectively, the best way to identify a pill with no markings is to have its contents analyzed by a lab and/or drug panel. Otherwise the description is too broad to match anything in particular, with potentially hundreds or thousands of possibilities ranging from over the counter supplements, foreign medication or counterfeit/illicit drugs... One thing is for certain though, and that is the FDA requires all US pharmaceuticals to bear an imprint/marking for identification. Without that, one can be certain it's not a legitimate US 'prescription' drug. Some information that may also help us narrow down search results is where the pill was found or who you got it fr... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Sep 03 '17, 5:05 AM
Oblong White Pill With No Markings on either side
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i found an unmarked box of these white, oblong shaped pills under my living room couch. They kind of remind me of whtat looks like an ibuprofin 800 but this pill has no score mark or markings of any sort on either side. If someone could help me out with this that would be great. ## go to Drugs. com to identify pills ## If there are no markings, we can rule it out as being a prescription medication, because they are all required to have markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency. That means it's most likely an over the counter product and the opens it up to several possibilities. I actually have a bottle of calcium tablets sitting here that resembles this. Learn more Calcium details here. But there are quite a few other things it could be as well, but being that la... ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Sat, Sep 30 '17, 9:16 PM
white oblong pill no markings scored
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white oblong no markings score on one side ## does anyone know what a white oblong shaped pill scored with no other marking is? it says Stellas International, UK ## I placed an order over the Internet for 10G generic Amben. Well guess what, they are fake. Each pill should have some type of identifying letters or numbers. BEWARE!!! ## The law regarding them having to have identifying numbers is only relevant to the U.S. and Canada. Other countries do not have the same regulations in place, so you could very well receive medications from another country that does not have any markings on it, but may still be exactly what you ordered. The problem, of course, is that without any markings, there is no way to be certain that they are what you received. In the U.S. if a tablet doesn't have... ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Thu, Mar 21 '13, 3:07 PM
Oblong white pill with black spots and no markings
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I found a long oblong thick large white pill with black spots (& no other markings) in my teenager's pocket. It's very strange looking with no lines, no numbers and no letters. ...
Updated 30 days ago.
Sat, Dec 23 '17, 1:43 PM
White Oblong With Markings Ip19
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it is a white pill oblong in shape on one side it has markings IP19 on the other side it is smooth with no marking ## Is it possibly IP 18? That's a 500mg Acetaminophen tablet, manufactured by Interpharm, a generic for Tylenol. However, I can't find a tablet with just IP 19. Can you please double check the imprint? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Wed, Mar 28 '12, 1:38 PM
Oblong White Pill With No Markings SMALL very small.
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I take a very small oblong pill scored no markings at all. It is lamictol (sp?) ## Prescription tablets that are approved in the U.S. all have to have imprints to enable their identification, except in certain rare cases, but I did check anyway and no, I am not finding any Lamictal that match this description and don't have any markings. Where did you find it? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lamictal.
Wed, Feb 13 '13, 2:51 PM
half white pill oblong with only half markings
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I found half a white oblong pill with it looks like E on one side and 6 something on the other. Can someone pls help me ...
Updated 2 years ago in Nikki.
Sat, May 30 '15, 1:46 PM
oblong white pill with no markings but a cross with a circle
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I found this pill in my house and wonder what it could be? It is a white capsule shaped pill with a circled cross imprint on one side and nothing on the other. ...
Updated 6 months ago.
Mon, Jul 10 '17, 7:40 PM
oblong tan pill no markings with white splochs one both sid.
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Oblong tan hard pill no markings with white splochs on both side no lines ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Tue, Apr 05 '16, 9:11 PM
white oblong pill with pgp
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I found a white, round pill, marked with PGP on it and no other markings. What is it, and what is it used for? It was on our deck and I would like to know if it is an illegal drug. ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Wed, Jun 07 '17, 6:14 PM
White Oblong Pill With C 27
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White oblong pill with c27 on one side blank on other ## Based on the description provided, this pill does not exist in any of the US drug databases; therefore I cannot determine anything, other than the possibility that you may have read the markings wrong, or that this pill was imported from another country. Other than double checking the markings on the pill, I would suggest checking your sources of where you got the pill from. If it is in fact a valid source, I would personally go to your local pharmacy for clarification. If it is not from a valid source, odds are it's not the real thing or it is perhaps an old discontinued pill. Either way, please be so kind to post back your findings so others can reference it for similar searches or to help you locate other possibilities. ## ... ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, May 31 '11, 5:09 AM
oblong black pill no markings
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The exterior is a smooth black. Its a rectangular cupsule type shape. There are no markings, it is solid. Not liquid or gel. 1/2 a inch long and 1/4 in width. The interior is a tanish compressed powder, with a little yellow and white. Smells like something sour, not in an old kinda way. ## @russains123, Being that there's no markings, it may be anyone's best guess as to what it is. However if I were you and had the resources I would probably look into getting the contents analyzed by a lab for 100% verification on the substance's identity. From your description, it doesn't sound like any type of dietary supplement I've encountered (with the exception of some pre/post workout supplements) - but I wouldn't put it past being something more natural either since there... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Fri, Apr 24 '15, 6:49 PM
oblong white pill red,white,and blue. no markings
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found a pill on the floor while cleaning up at a bar. It is oblong sectioned into thirds that are red white and blue. No markings. ## I would need some more information in order to locate the correct pill for you. There are many pills with these colors. Please post back so I can assist you better. ## Tylenol 500mg (coated) ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tylenol.
Thu, Aug 30 '12, 2:13 PM
white oblong pill with no imprints
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this is a white oblong pill and it has no imprints and it is not scored on either side ## It's a big whitish oblong pill on one side it has a line with no code or letters or numbers on either side ## If a tablet has no markings on it, then it is most likely an over the counter product. All manufactured prescription tablets in the U.S. are required to have unique imprints to enable them to be identified, but that is not the case with over the counter products. Thus, these can be difficult to narrow down. Does anyone have any idea what they may have been? ## NO imprints for even a OTC is not likely - may be homemade or South American Rx (but even there you are most have some sort of marking - sometimes just a "symbol" of Trade Mark, etc.) - my advise is to throw it away - neve... ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sat, May 09 '15, 7:15 AM
white oblong pill brown specks inside no markings
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Found these pills in my sons room. He says they are pain pills of some sort but I am not sure. They are white oblong and when I broke it in half there are brown specks, about the size of a 800 mg Tylenol. If anyone knows what these are please let me know.. ## Hello, Kyle! How are you? If there are no markings, then it may be hard to narrow down what they contain. We can rule them out as being a prescription medication, since they are all required to have markings to enable their identification, but there are many possible over the counter products that match this description. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize these tablets? ## I have diet pills like that? ## Is it in a capsule or In a very hard tablet with pointed ends and w... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Jan 18 '16, 6:34 AM
white oblong pill with 18 on it
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no other markings-one side is plain ## I8 contains 800mgs of Ibuprofen, the active ingredient in Motrin, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Tue, Oct 12 '10, 4:10 PM
Oblong White Pills
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I found some small, oblong white pills and I was wondering if anyone knew what they were. They have no prints or scoring on either side, they are totally plain. If you lick them they taste sort of tangy, and bitter. Does anyone know what they are? I don't think they could be E because they are not round, and have no prints on them... ## I have some at the moment they are generic for Tylenol. Hope it helps... ## Actually, without a marking, it is very difficult to say what they are with any certainty. There are many over the counter items that meet this description, some are Acetaminophen, but not all. There is also a small chance that it could be a foreign medication. It can, however, be ruled out as being a U.S. prescription medication, since they are all required to have markings ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Tylenol.
Sat, Oct 22 '11, 10:42 AM

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