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plain white oval pill no markings at all ## I've found a plain whit oval shape pill no markings on it at all what is it? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Aug 12 '14, 2:37 PM
plain white oval pill no imprint split back
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I have two small oval shaped white pills with no markings on one side and a split line on the other side....not sure if markings rubbed off (chalky texture) or if its just a plain pill. Was told it was xanax....?? PLEASE IDENTIFY ## You should never take a pill based on what 'you're told'. What you have would be impossible to know, it sounds like a saccharin. A prescription medicine legally made in this and most other countries have an imprint. ## @Carmella, There's actually an Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 1,000 mg tablet that closely fits this description. And while I'm not certain who makes it, most vitamin C tablets I've come across have been naturally chalky. Like Eddy said though, it's probably impossible to know what you have (unless you were to get it ana... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Sat, Oct 08 '16, 3:59 PM
col 116 white pill
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col 116 on one side plain on the other ## Could you possibly mean the imprint code COR 116? If so then it is Acetaminophen 650 mg which is used as a pain reliever. If this is not what you have then can you please reply back with more details such as the size, shape, and color? ## Col 116,,oval,,white,,one side is plain ## At this point I am speculating that this is either an over-the-counter drug (non prescription) or a pharmaceutical product manufactured outside the United States. The reason is because this marking is not coming up with the FDA's standard drug imprints, and all U.S. based pharmaceutical products are required to have unique identification markings. Can you tell me what country you're writing in from? It might lend some more clues as to where to look... ## Probab... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Jul 04 '11, 8:50 PM
Pink Oval Pill With Line Down The Middle
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I have a pinkish colored decent sized pink pill. There are no markings on it just a line down the middle on one side. I also I have the same pills in white. Plain white and oval with just a line down the middle on one side. Anyone know what these are? ## I'm sorry, but without any markings, it is going to be difficult to determine exactly what these tablets contain. We can rule them out as being a U.S. manufactured prescription product, because they are all required by law to have an imprint to enable their identification. However, it they could be over the counter products and there is a small chance that they could be foreign medications. Where were they found/obtained? ## It is Famotidine, or pepcid. ## I have the same type of pills and two different colors of pink and one whitis... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Famotidine.
Sat, May 06 '17, 1:16 PM
I don't know what 93 5195 is..
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I found in my little sisters room, it is a white oval pill with the number 93 on one side and the numbers 5195 on the other side. ## The pill you're describing is 500 mg Penicillin V, antibiotic. Brand Name: V-Cillin K® ## What is the name for a pill that is white and oval with 19 on one side and plain on the other? ## Jarred - I don't have a 100% match for you, but I did find a pill with similar markings. There is a round white pill with RE on one side and 19 on the other. This is Atenolol 25mg, used to treat high blood pressure. Does this sound like what you have? If not, can you post back with any other info such as other markings, a manufacturer name, or where this pill was obtained from? ## I found a small white pill with a score on 1 side and a circle on the other, wh... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Penicillin.
Sun, Aug 20 '17, 3:41 PM
view picture of 800 mg ibuprofen
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ibuprofen 800 mg the pill is oval & white G800 on 1 side other side just plain white aspirin looking no coating or capsule ## I found a capsule white with no imprints at all on it. What is it? ## Clara, I am sorry, there is no possible way to identify it if there are no markings on it. All U.S. precription drugs, by law, must have unique imprints to allow for their identification, so it could be something over the counter, or a foreign drug. ## How many Milligram is a Ibuprofen pill with the number 18 on one side of it? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Tue, Sep 22 '15, 10:42 AM
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WHITE OVAL PILL PLAIN ON ONE SIDE THE OTHER SIDE HAS A GG ON TOP AND THE SCORE LINE WITH 80 ON THE BOTTOM..THANKS AGAIN ## Sorry, the pill marked GG 80 is a round pill, could you please double check the imprint? ## THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR HELP. THE PILL MARKED GG 80 IS A ROUND WHITE PILL. I FOUND A BOTLLE WITH 4 DIFFERENT PILLS CLEANING MY SONS ROOM..HE SAYS HE FOUND THEM?? THANKS AGAIN, CATHY ## Thank you, that makes more sense now. The original post said it was oval. Pill Image This is Furosemide 80mgs, it is a generic for Lasix. ## Oops almost forgot, Lasix is a diuretic. ## Thanks again Zippy, I have 2 more pills would you happen to know what they are? This one is white oval shaped537 on one side and 93 on the other.the color and shape are the same as the first but the markings ... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Furosemide.
Mon, Mar 27 '06, 6:23 AM
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what numbers are embedded in 50 mg losartan white oval tablets ? ## Are you looking for the plain Losartan tablets, or the ones with Hydrochlorothiazide? Some of the markings on the plain Losartan 50mg, white oval tablets are: LU P22 Z16 APO LS 50 SZ 213 50 114 54 125 M LN50 and 952. However, this is not a comprehensive list, since this a generic medication, there are many companies that manufacture it. Do any of these match the markings on the tablet you have? ## Thank You Verwon. You have put my mind at ease that I have the correct prescription ## I am a 62 year old Male. Until two weeks ago i was taking Amlong 5 Mg , after that i started taking Losar-H (50 Mg) , after i started taking losar h i am expereincing dizziness, head burning sensation , and weakness . i was on Losar H few mo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Losartan.
Thu, Feb 26 '15, 7:31 AM
potassium cl 10 meq er what does it look like
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this is a small round white tablet scored on one side and plain on the other. I believe ## Hello, Debby! How are you? No, actually the potassium tablets are oval and fairly large in size. If you have a small, round tablet, with no markings, it is most likely something that's available over the counter. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Tue, Jan 28 '14, 4:26 PM
oval white pill. foreign adipex?
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resembles a m360 hydrocodone but is plain (no #'s and foreign shipped). possibly a speed of some type? ## Being from a foreign source and with no markings, there is no possible way to positively identify it. ## kinda what I thought but was worth a try..Do u have any suggestions? will pharmacies or some other independent company test them? thanks for replying ## You'd have to pay for the testing, there are various labs all over the country that can do it, but pharmacies are not equipped to do it. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Adipex.
Wed, Sep 24 '08, 5:13 AM
 NDC 43547-224
Levetiracetam 1000 mg Oral Tablet by Solco Healthcare Us LLC ## Markings: SLC;224;PLAIN ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 43547-224-06
 NDC 0603-4469
Metformin Hydrochloride 1 Gm Oral Tablet by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals ## Markings: 44;69;V;plain ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 0603-4469-09, 0603-4469-21, 0603-4469-28, 0603-4469-32 ## Active Ingredients: Metformin Hydrochloride
 NDC 68462-294
Trandolapril 1 mg / Verapamil Hydrochloride 240 mg 24 Hr Extended Release Tablet by Glenmark Generics Inc., USA ## Markings: 294;Plain ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 68462-294-01, 68462-294-10, 68462-294-90 ## Active Ingredients: Trandolapril + Verapamil Hydrochloride

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