Over The Counter Drugs Pill Identification

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Over the counter Pill Identification
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Oblong white pill. Side 'A' is split down the middle. On the right side of the split there is a triangle with no bottom that has a capital 'P' inside the triangle. On the left side of the pill there is the number 152. Side 'B' of the pill is plain. I was thinking it might be a generic version of a mucus relief medication, but I wanted to make sure. ## That is the Advanced Pharma logo that's used on their over the counter items, but I can't find any listing that confirms what this tablet contains. The main problem with identifying over the counter products is that they aren't required to log the imprints with the FDA, like prescriptions drugs. Learn more OTC drug details here. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## i have found a small lite tan or ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Guaifenesin.
Mon, Mar 06 '17, 4:27 AM
pill blue 44325 over the counter
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Found this pill is my med cabinet, oblong blue pill, think it may be some ibprofin ## Hello, Katy! How are you? I'm sorry, but I can't find a definitive identification for this tablet, but over the counter products are not required to be logged with the FDA, as are prescription drugs. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jan 28 '14, 12:50 PM
pill p445
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I found a pill that is light blue colored football shaped w/p445 on it. What is it? ## what are they for? ## I have removed the incorrect identification. Just to clarify that when it comes to generic drugs, the shape and color of a pill has nothing to do with what the pill actually is, you have to go by the imprint on the pill. Yes, there are namebrand Xanax that are blue and football shaped, however, this pill IS NOT XANAX, not any type of controlled substance.! As a matter of fact, this is not even a prescription drug of any sort. This is pill is nothing more than Naproxen Sodium 200mgs, over the counter, sold commonly under the name brand Aleve. This is just a generic or store brand. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Xanax.
Mon, Aug 13 '07, 1:25 PM
Pill E 745
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No one seems to know this, A Blue oval Pill with E 745 on it. How is it possible this cannot be identified? ## Hello, Brovolone! How are you? From what I've been able to find, this is an over the counter product called Guaipax SR that is listed as containing 75mgs of Phenylpropanolamine and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is a cold remedy that helps relieve nasal congestion. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, dry throat, nervousness and insomnia. That also explains why it's been hard to find an identification for it, over the counter medications are not required to be listed with the FDA like prescription drugs. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Phenylpropanolamine.
Wed, Apr 29 '15, 2:58 PM
Circular White Pill No Markings On Either Side
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I found two white, circular pills, approximately 1/4 of an inch in diameter. I want to know how many mg they are and what kind of pill they are. I think they might either be oxycodone or percocet. ## Also, they have absolutely no markings on either side. Perfectly smooth on either side. ## If there are not markings on them, then we can actually rule them out as being a U.S. approved prescription medication, so they likely aren't Percocet or Oxycodone. All manufactured prescription tablets in the U.S. are required by law to have unique imprints to enable their identification. Thus, it is most likely that these are over the counter medications, of some type. Learn more OTC drugs details here. Where were they found? That may help to narrow it down, so we can find an identification. ## ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Nov 16 '13, 12:24 PM
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 1 month ago.
Sat, Sep 30 '17, 9:16 PM
Unidentified Pill?
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I have a small, red, round pill with L6OTCL on the top. Nothing on the bottom. Anybody know what it is? ## I found a little blue pill with O-M on one side and 215 on the other. Anyone know what this could be? ## Found little light blue pill with WC on one side and 215 on the other. ## i have this round tablet pill with L6OTCL printed on 1 side but not the other. small-med sized. i think it may be a laxatave am i right. i have no ideo ## Shane, I am sorry, I am unable to find an identification for your pill. This leads me to believe that is more than likely an over the counter item, they are not regulated in the same way, regarding the imprints on them, that prescription drugs are, and they are just so many of them on the market, that there isn't a comprehensive database available to... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Valium.
Mon, Oct 18 '10, 6:52 AM
list of all pain pills
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036 white round pill ## Are there any other markings on the tablet? I cannot find anything listed in our resources with just a 036 on it. I also can't list all possible pain pills and their markings, because between prescription and over the country products, there are just far too many to enable me to do that. It is the marking on a pill that enables its identification, except in the case of some foreign drugs and over the counter products. Can you post back with more information, please? ## I have a pill that is round and white and 036 stamped on it. I cannot identify it at all. It is about the size of an aspirin and it is coated, Can you tell mu what it is? ## please help I have a white round pill with only a capital B on one side????? What is it? ## Hey I took a pill it was roun... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, May 11 '13, 11:36 PM
Orange round pill no marks
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I found a small orange pill with no markings or score marks in my boyfriends pocket. A buddy of his told me it was an oxy 40 but I can't find this anywhere. Can anyone tell me if that's what it is or if it's something else? ## If this really was an "Oxy 40" as his buddy claimed, my understranding is that they would not be from the US (unless they're counterfeit). The FDA requires all prescription drugs to bear an imprint/marking of some sort for identification. Without this, my guess is that it's probably fake or foreign (assuming it's actually Oxycodone), or an OTC med/supplement... Have you considered discussing this with your boyfriend to see if his story lines up with what you were told by his 'buddy'? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Nov 13 '16, 10:37 AM
Pain pill without any imprints
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Is there any white oval pain pill without any imprints? ## It would either be an over the counter product, or a foreign medication. All prescription tablets in the U.S. are required by law to have a unique imprint to enable their identification. Learn more prescirption medication details here. Where was it found? Do you know anything else about it? ## Hi Darla, If there is a pain pill without any imprints, then it is most likely not a prescription drug or one that is manufactured in the U.S. U.S. law requires that all prescription drugs have unique letters or numbers (sometimes in addition to a logo of some kind) imprinted on the tablets or capsules so the medication can be identified by manufacturer, substance and dosage. Is this something you ordered online by chance? ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Wed, Jun 27 '12, 3:23 PM
dark green round pill no imprint
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Round dark circle no imprint. Not sure if it is an opiate or a benzo? ## If it is an alleged opiate or benzo class drug, it wouldn't be from a licensed US pharmacy. The FDA requires all American pharmaceutical drugs to bear an imprint or marking for identification. Without that, my guess is that this could either be counterfeit, and OTC med, foreign or illicit. One way to find out for certain would be to have its contents analyzed by a lab. However the cost may not be worth it if you intend to throw the pill away sooner than later. Whereabouts did you get it from? ...
Updated 6 months ago.
Tue, Apr 25 '17, 10:57 PM
White Oval Pill Without Markings
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I take Lipitor (now Atorvastatin generic) and Atenelol on a daily basis. I always take pills out of PX. bottles and put into special container away from children. As there are many generics around, I have mixed up my pills and I now have a white oval shaped (almost flat) pill and I do not know for which it is a substitute. Silly I know but if anyone one knows of a substititute for either of these drugs that comes as described above without any markings whatever, please let me know. ## It's not a prescription tablet, all such tablets dispensed in the U.S. have to have imprints to enable their identification. Thus, it's likely an over the counter product. Learn more prescription drug details here. What OTC products have you been taking recently? ## Thank you - that was indeed my t... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lipitor.
Sun, Aug 19 '12, 3:29 PM
i cant seem to find what this pill is?
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the pill is a pink color, and has five sides (pentagonal shaped) and has nothing imprinted on it but is scored down the middle of one sode of the pill. Can someone please identify this pill for me..Thank you ## Sorry, without an imprint, it is impossible to identify this pill, unless you would pay to have it lab tested. It could be anything, there are many, many pills of that description on the market. All prescription drugs legally sold in the US are required to have a unique imprint for identification purposes, but this does not apply to any over the counter products, including supplements and vitamins. It could also be a foreign drug. So sorry, we are unable to help with this. ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Mon, Mar 20 '06, 3:41 AM
Blue And White Pill With R O Imprinted
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Here in Customs Laboratory Serbia we always need several informations about drugs ## I am sorry, but our drug identification resources are mostly limited to U.S. and Canadian drugs, and even in reference to those, our information mainly pertains to prescription medications and not most over the counter items. It can be very difficult to find identifications for foreign medications and this can be especially complicated by the fact that you are posting something that is coming through customs, so this site doesn't know the exact country of origin to even start looking. I did do a general search, but haven't found anything on a tablet with this marking. Have you tried asking a pharmacist/chemist? ## It is Robax Platinum. A muscle relaxer. Its 500Mg methocarbamol. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Thu, Nov 01 '12, 4:13 PM
white oblong pill only a line on one side
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What is this pill? I found them in my daughters bag. ## To be completely honest,t hey are most likely something that's available over the counter, such as a generic or store brand of Tylenol, or something similar. In the U.S. prescription drugs are all required to have unique imprints to enable their identification, in case of emergency. This law, however, does not apply to over the counter medications and supplements. Learn more OCT drug details here. Have you tried just asking your daughter about it? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tylenol.
Sun, Oct 14 '12, 10:06 AM
White And Orange Capsule Pill No Imprint
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5/8 " long, 1/4" wide Found in my daughter's pocket. She doesn't do illegal drugs because she takes medication for epilepsy (she's afraid other drugs will cause a seizure). One of her friends is in to "herbal supplements" and other "healthy" things. Was wondering if this might be some type of herbal supplement, and how to find out what it is. she doesn't do ## If there are no markings on it, then it is going to be difficult to determine exactly what this contains. Yes, it can be rule out as being another prescription medication, because they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, this does not apply to over the counter products, so it could be any one of a large number of those. Out of my own experiences, I can ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Anticonvulsant.
Sun, Oct 18 '15, 10:59 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 2 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Sep 03 '17, 5:05 AM
white ovel pill with smaller oval shap inside of it
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small pill oval shap with smaller oval shap inside it cant see any names or numbers on it ## Sorry, without any imprint, it is almost impossible to identify, unless you would spend the money to have it lab tested. All prescription drugs sold legally in the US are required by the FDA to have unique imprints for identification purposes, however there are no such guidelines for over the counter products, supplements or foreign drugs. ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Fri, Jun 23 '06, 6:21 AM
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blue blong pill with numbers 44325 ## Sorry, I cannot find an identification for this pill. It is an over the counter item, they are not regulated the same as prescription drugs, so there is no comprehensive database that lists them all. ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Sun, Jun 01 '08, 12:36 PM
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small yellow pill with AZ246 on it ## From what I can discover this company, AZ Pharma makes many over the counter items. However, since they are not regulated and imprints are not logged like they are for prescription drugs, I cannot find a definitive identification on this one. They are usually generics or store brands of common items such as Tylenol, Advil, Motrin and etc. Does anyone else know what this is? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Jun 28 '10, 2:03 PM

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