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Rugby 3235 Pill ID
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Hi, I found some old pills, they are small round and white, with rugby on one side and 3235 on the other. I've been unable to find any identification for them seeing as they've long since been discontinued. Nevertheless, my curiosity has been piqued and I wonder if anyone else might be able to identify this pill. Thanks ...
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Mon, Jul 13 '15, 7:12 AM
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Sat, Feb 04 '06, 7:55 PM
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White Oblong ...
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Sat, Nov 24 '07, 6:25 PM
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blue/yellow capsule ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Tue, Jul 07 '09, 7:54 AM
w 323
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lorazepam ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lorazepam.
Wed, Feb 10 '10, 1:26 PM
what is for the 10 323 pills
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I want to know if the white pill 10/323 is for pain or to break a drug habit ## Hello, Mercedes! How are you? Can you please post back and clarify the imprint on the tablet in question? Is there more to it or just that? And did you mean 10/325 or 10/323? Thanks! ## Yes it has 10-325Under Watson. What kind of pill it is ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Feb 19 '16, 5:47 AM
round white pill with 323 on it
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My friend found 2 round, white tablets with the numbers 323 on one side. the other side was smooth with nothing on it. Can't figure out what they are. Have searched everywhere. ## Anacin ## I was searching My self to find what kind of pill it was theres two close results One is it maybe be a vicodin 7.5 mg. my neighbor used to get them and thats what it looked like just whit round and 323 on one side of it. tho im not saying this is completley acurate but only acurate to my knowledge. Tho there is alprozolam 1 mg it has 323 on it but also a 1 over top of it. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Anacin.
Sat, Jan 09 '10, 10:57 AM
Libby 3239 60 mg blue yellow pill
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Libby 3239 60 mg blue and yellow capsule ...
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Tue, Nov 13 '07, 7:27 AM
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pink,yellow,oblong ...
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Fri, Feb 05 '10, 8:09 PM
sp 323
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sp 323 ...
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Mon, Jun 25 '07, 10:16 PM
round brown pill 323 and half moon
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This pill is round and brown in color with the number 323 and a half moon on back. It may be morphine, not sure. ## Yes, Actavis Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 100mgs of Morphine in a time released formulation. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Morphine.
Fri, Apr 21 '17, 6:10 PM
cor 323
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green capsule ## The pill in description is Zaleplon (10 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Zaleplon.
Fri, Feb 19 '10, 7:34 PM
cyp 323
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White Oblong Cyp 323 ## i have found a pill that has cyp 323 just want to know what it is ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Sat, Mar 08 '08, 6:48 PM
Bar 323
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what are the side effects with men ## DId you mean the capsule with the marking BARR 323 25? If so it contains 25mgs of Hydroxyzine, which is an antihistamine and it has the same usage and possibly side effects in both males and females. It is an antihistamine that's used to treat allergic reactions and anxiety and the side effects may include nausea, drowsiness and sedation. Learn more: ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Mon, Mar 26 '12, 11:19 AM
GPI A5 white pill
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Round, white pill with a score mark and GPI on top and A5 on bottom. Trying to identify. ## What is this pill? ## This is a generic or store brand of Tylenol Extra Strength, it contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen. ## The pill in description is Acetaminophen 500 mg. (NDC 0536-3218, 0536-3231, 0904-1988, 0904-1983, and more ...) ...
Updated 8 years ago in Tylenol.
Mon, Sep 14 '09, 3:39 PM
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yellow/blue capsule ...
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Tue, Jul 07 '09, 8:06 AM
lily 3237
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capsule ## Lily 3237 green, blue, capsule is Duloxetine 60 mg, which is for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD), generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), pain related to diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Duloxetine.
Thu, Apr 02 '09, 3:00 PM
lilly 3238
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18mg pill mind altering(bad terminology) ## Yes it's 18 mg of Strattera ...
Updated 11 years ago in Strattera.
Wed, Nov 23 '05, 12:40 AM
barr 323 25
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capsule pill half pink with writing barr 323 other half light pink and white on the tip number 25 ## This is 25 mg Hydroxyzine Pamoate ## That identification is correct, thank you, Joan! And to add more details... Hydroxyzine is an antihistamine that has several medical uses, it can treat allergic reactions, treat insomnia and be used as a calming sedative. Thus, it most predominant side effects are related, in that it can cause drowsiness, dizziness and sedation. Are there any questions? You can learn more Hydroxyzine details here. ## So basicly its a benadryl? ## I want to know why I keep getting switched to green caps when they get stuck in my throat. Pharmacy telling me out of stock again. This happened a year ago and took months to get Barr#032302. Is it the buyers at the pharmacy ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Sun, May 25 '14, 3:52 PM
Libby 3239
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I found these pills in my sons dresser drawer and am wondering what they are.A Blue and Yellow capsule;60mg.Can you help me identify these pills? ## It says Lilly 3239, not Libby. that is strattera, for threatment od ADHD. Probably using it to help him study. ## To be precise, this capsule contains 60mgs of Atomoxetine, a generic for Strattera. This is a nonstimulant medication used to treat ADHD. If this is not prescribed for your son, then it is illegal for him to have it and abusing it could be dangerous. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Strattera.
Mon, Jan 26 '09, 10:37 AM

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