What Kind Of Pill Has An 3 On One Side 93 150

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what kind of pill has a 3 on it
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Round white pill with a big 3 on one side and other numbers on the back ## I located several pills with 3 on them. I need the other numbers on the pill in order to correctly identify your pill. Please post back so I can help you better in finding your pill. ## umm the pill i have has a big 3 on the front and two numbers on the back.93 on the top and 150 at the bottom.please tell me which kind of pill it is..thank you ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, Sep 14 '11, 10:11 AM
round white pill number 3 on one side and 93 150 the other
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Do I need to eat with food? What kind of effects does your body get? ## This tablet contains 30mgs of Codeine and 300mgs of Acetaminophen. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. And yes, taking it with food, rather than on an empty stomach may prevent the a nausea. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Codeine.
Sat, Jul 19 '14, 4:21 PM
I need help figuring out what kind of pill i took
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I need to find out what kind of pill I just took!!! It's white, round, on one side there is a 3 and on the other there is 93 on top of 150. There is no line aeperating the 93 and 150!!!Help please ## I found a pill its white, round, one side is blank and the other side has 4839 on top with a dividing lining and a crusive looking v on the bottom ## The pill you took, Mike, contains Acetaminophen 300mgs and Codeine 30mgs, a generic for Tylenol with Codeine. ## Kaylee, your pill is Acetaminophen 325mgs and Oxycodone 5mgs, a generic for the pain reliever Percocet. ## Why the heck would you take a pill without knowing what it is? ## mike get your act together please!!! And for god sake stop taking things when you dont know what they are! ## i have a pill i found in my sons room it is a w... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Dec 05 '14, 10:01 AM
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I was wondering what kind of pill this was. It has a 93 150 on one side and a 3 on the other. I was told it is oxycodeine. There was also another pill simillar to the first that has a watson 469 (i think) on one side. I am currently taking citalopram, will these pills effect eachother?? ## No, this is not Oxycodone. The pill marked 93150>3 contains Acetaminophen 300mgs and Codeine 30mgs, a generic for Tylenol 3. I also ran an interaction check and there is nothing listed for using the 2 together. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Apr 09 '08, 2:24 PM
Venlafaxine ER CAPSULES.
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I take Venlafaxine ER 150 MG Capsules. They are bright orange capsules.. Kinda long and has 93-7386 on the capsule. I take one a day. I take it for anxiety attacks and depression. I am pretty stressed most of the time. I really don't think they work that good. I have been on VENLAFAXINE for a little over a year. I'm still nervous.I told the doctor that last week,she said, she was going to increase it. I am still waiting for her to call the pharmacy. I don't know what she is going to increase it to. I hope it works. I was on Zoloft for about 5 years it quit working so she changed me to this. I guess I'll wait and see. ## Your doctor can easily increase the dosage of this, because the extended release formulation can be used in doses up to 375mgs a day for people with seve... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Venlafaxine.
Sat, Jun 23 '12, 12:27 PM

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