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oval,white 4 slits on one side other side has RI80 on it ## Found pill ## NOT SURE ## This is Tizanidine 4mgs, a generic for Zanaflex, this is a muscle relaxant. Pill Image ## It is used to relax muscles, I was prescribed it for lower back spasms and my hip pain. It's non-narcotic. It's very mild. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tizanidine.
Tue, Nov 04 '14, 11:58 PM
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Does anyone know what this pill is used for or can it be for numerous things. I found one in my home on the floor and it is not ours. I pray my grandson didn't get it somwhere, but is possible!! ## Found a match it's Tizanidine 4 mg, which is used as a muscle relaxant. 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 Zanaflex.
Thu, Feb 19 '09, 4:50 PM
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white, oval, one side says RI80, and the other has two lines. pill ## R 180 is NOT Concerta! This is Tizanidine 4mgs, a generic for Zanaflex. This is a muscle relaxant. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Concerta.
Wed, Sep 05 '07, 2:32 PM
tizanidine hcl 4mgcom
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football shape white ri80 and cress cross on tablet ## i dont know if this my musal relaxer or not i think it is but i am afraid to take it on less i know for sure it all way tell me what it is for but this time it just says how many and at bed time so could tell me if this is a muesal relaxer ...
Updated 8 years ago in Tizanidine.
Mon, Dec 22 '08, 4:47 PM
identify r180
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it is a small oval white pill and says RI80 ## As I said in the prior post, this IS NOT CONCERTA! This is Tizanidine 4mgs, a generic for the muscle relaxant Zanaflex. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Concerta.
Wed, Sep 05 '07, 2:33 PM
ribo on one side of white oval shaped pill and scored lins on the other side
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ribo on whjte oval shaped pill ## This is a supplement containing Riboflavin, used to make sure you have enough of this vital nutrient. Are there any questions or comments? ## I think the pill being described is Tizanidine 4mg which is used as a muscle relaxant. The corrected imprint code has an 8 instead of a B - RI80 instead of RIBO. Hope this helps! ## You are correct, looks just like the word RIBO, ty for the tip! ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Mon, Jul 31 '17, 7:44 AM

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