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I have found a pill with PNE on one side it is oblong ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sat, Jan 15 '11, 12:08 PM
blue pne pill
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Blue Pill oblong with capital letter PNE... Type "Desenfriol-D Mexico", you will see the picture. It's an over the counter cold medicine in Mexico. ## Hi Ana, Thanks for the heads up on this pill ID. Many foreign tablets from outside of the US can be difficult to pinpoint since there are little to no references available online at this time. So being able to rely on good people like yourself to post details on these types of pills is truly a great thing and perhaps our best bet (as a community for keeping everyone informed); next to a lab analysis or simply canning it due to not finding any clues at all. To other readers: Desenfriol-D reportedly contains a combination of: Chlorpheniramine maleate 2mg + Phenylephrine hydrochloride 5mg + Paracetamol 500mg It has also been stat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Chlorpheniramine.
Wed, Aug 10 '16, 2:31 PM
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blue pill looks like a football has PNE on one side nothing on the other ## Light-blue oval or oblong shape pill with PNE score. My friend was told they are Lortabs. I don't think they are. Does anyone know what this pill is? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lortabs.
Tue, May 03 '11, 3:23 PM
1P132 600mg.
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it is a whit pill pretty big has 1p132 on one side and 600 on the other it is oval ## NAME OF PILL ## Pill Images You will have to scroll down to see this pill. This is a prescription strength Ibuprofen 600mgs. ## can someone help me to fide out what the name for a pill that has 1p132 on one and 600 on the other. second pill it has PNE on it. both oblong. the first is blue and the other is white. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Sun, Aug 10 '08, 4:05 PM

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