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red oblong pill with 350

I'm allergic to aspirin and all NSAID's outside of Tylenol cause me to have a crippling headache. I found a red oblong O.T.C. pill with an imprint of 350. It's PROBABLY Tylenol... Any help is appreciated! T.Y. ## Hi Nea, I'm not sure if this is related, but I stumbled upon a red oblong pill with an imprint of 340 (in white ink) that's reportedly an OTC Prenatal Multivitamin with Folic Acid... Also, the pill itself seems to have a glossy finish. Do you think yours may be a dietary supplement? What color ink is your imprint? I've yet to locate any specific details on the idea of this being Tylenol (acetaminophen), but if you happen to have any clues, please do post back! ## A red capsule shaped pill (approx. 18mm in size) with an imprint code of 3S0 is reportedly i... ...

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oval/oblong pill

oval/oblong pill, check mark or v on one side, 3504 on the other. white with blue specks. ## blue oblong pill with v on side of it ## I found a white oval pill with red specks scorded with a v on one side and a 3504 on the other side can any one please tell me what this is?? ## 325 acetemoniphin (asprin) 5 mg hydrocodone. good s***,. eat it. ...

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Need to identify some pills

Light blue oblong tablet Imprint L2 Round Tablet Imprint 22438 Large Round Tablet with line in middle on one side and 12 on other side Small White Tablet Imprint GG92 Large White Tablet Imprint 2410 V Oblong Bright Red-Orange Tablet Imprint I-2 ## L2 is Loperamide 2 mg, which is used for lowering blood cholesterol. To learn more click on the link below... The large round pill with 1/2 on it is Clonazepam 0.5 mg which is a highly potent anticonvulsant, muscle relaxant and anxiolytic. To learn more click on the link below... GG92 is Lorazepam 1 mg, which is used as a muscle relaxant, and to alleviate anxiety. To learn more click on the link below... 2410 V is Carisoprodol 350 mg, which is is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant whose active metabolite is meprobamate. To learn more ... ...

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