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white oblong pill 1 other half 390 or 380
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Can't really make it out? It's either 380 or 390 and it has marks where I guess it could be cut in 3rds? ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Oct 16 '15, 7:45 AM
half white pill oblong
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half white pill oblong marked with a number 10 ## Hi Tami, Comparing several images, I have a good guess that it may be a white oblong pill marked with IP 110 on one side and scored on the other. If I'm seeing this correctly, when you split the tablet in half there would be one half with IP 1 and the other half would just have the number 10 on it. It's reported to be identified as a 10/325 generic Norco pill, made by Amneal Pharma. But maybe you could also look up the IP 110 imprint in order to help draw a conclusion on whether this is it or not? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, Nov 25 '14, 2:28 PM
half white pill oblong u
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It looks to be a slightly larger, oblong white pill, broken in half with only an imprint of the letter U showing ## Hi Shauna, From what I can tell, the closest thing I'm seeing as far as a possible match is concerned, is a white oblong shaped pill marked with "U 0 3" on one side and scored on the other. If this is the correct pill you'd probably also be able to see half of a "0" to the right of the "U". This one in particular is a generic Norco 10/325 tablet. However there are other white pills I'm seeing which have a "U" on one half of the tablet (being divided by a score line); whereas if you were to break it in half you'd only see a "U" and nothing else.... they are just oval shaped and not necessarily elongated AND oval so I w... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Nov 24 '14, 2:49 PM
half white oblong pill M on blank on other
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I found two halfs in my finances vitamin C tabs he eats every day . There is nothing on other side. The M on the two halfs is all I have to go on. It's black printed. Not like engraved into oblong shape. He said it's probably just a Tylenol. I asked why do u have two both with M on them other other side appears to be blank the two halfs are exact size so I am assuming perverated? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tylenol.
Fri, Oct 14 '16, 11:02 PM
pic of half yellow other side white oblong pill
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What is long white on a side yellow on other/can't see numbers ## Hello, Sherry! How are you? Without knowing the markings, I can't give you a positive identification, but there is an over the counter Mucinex tablet that is white and yellow. Could you have someone else look at it to see if they can make out any of the markings and post back? Thanks! ...
Updated 3 years ago in Mucinex.
Mon, Feb 24 '14, 3:20 PM
white oblong ip205
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its supose to be vicoden i have chronic bak pain ## This actually is NOT a Vicodin pill. Vicodin contains Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone; while this pill contains Acetaminophen (500mg) + Oxycodone (7.5mg). This combination of Acetaminophen + Oxycodone is also commonly known by the brand name Percocet. Like Vicodin, it is a narcotic pain reliever used to treat moderate to severe acute (short-term) pain. To view more information about this drug please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## I take norco or vicodin 10s but I take half at a time now I have the ip204 is it stronger than the vicodin? Will it need me up If I take half? Please let me know asap ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vicodin.
Mon, Feb 09 '15, 1:24 AM
White Oblong Pill cut in half
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It is blank on other side. There is a score mark. Someone said hydrocodone another said oxycodone. ## Are there any markings on it, or just the score? If there are no markings, it can be ruled out as being a U.S. manufactured and approved prescription medication, because they are all required to have markings to enable their identification. However, it could be any one of a large number of over the counter products and there is also a small chance that it could be a foreign medication. Does anyone have any ideas what this tablet contains? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Mar 28 '12, 1:28 PM
help id a half pill 26 white oblong
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The last two letters on the half pill are 2 6. It is on the back half. I just want to know what kind of pill it is? ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Tue, Feb 14 '17, 6:12 AM
white oblong pill scored imprint 1 on one half and 2 the other
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This pill is white oblong with an imprint of 1 score 2 and just a score on the other side. Any idea what it is? ## Hello, Steph! How are you? From what I can find, this tablet is listed as containing 600mgs of Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also used to treat certain types of nerve pain. Its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, weight changes and mood swings. Learn more Gabapentin details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank youhplaining this pill. I or atleast 35 mi tired! I am perscneurotin just not these. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Gabapentin.
Fri, Jun 06 '14, 11:28 PM
white oblong pill 07 on one half
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Oblong white pill with 07 on the right side. Found in a parking lot, but only one half was found. Any ideas?! ...
Updated 9 months ago.
Mon, Jan 16 '17, 5:20 PM
white oblong pill 19/G
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Found a white oblong pill with 19/G on one side and blank on other side. I cannot find anywhere online that can talk me what t h is pill is. Please help! Thanks! ## @dm1985, Is there any chance that you might've misinterpreted the marking? Reason I ask is because I found several white oblong pills that closely resemble your description; namely different dosages of Gabapentin - one with an imprint of G on one side of a divid/score line and the number 13 on the other half instead of 19. Other dosages have the number 21, 22, and even 31 in replace of the number 19 you had mentioned. The opposite back-side of the pill is blank. If you think any of those could be a possible match, they are reportedly manufactured by a company called Glenmark Generics. Perhaps you could contact their cust... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Gabapentin.
Tue, May 30 '17, 5:17 AM
half red, half white oblong tablet?
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I found a bottle of pills that are oblong tablets, half red, half white and on the white side there's a 5 on half and an L on the other half of the white side. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, Jan 26 '11, 4:24 PM
white oblong pill w320
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white oblong pill w/ scored on 1side w/320 on half the scored side on other side located in the middle is a triangle w/a small circle at the bottom of the triangle. ## What is this pill used for? ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Tue, Mar 30 '10, 7:17 PM
White oblong pill 2 2 W A
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I have 2 teens I found half a white oblong pill with 2, 2 on one side and a "A" on the other side with what could be a "V" or a "W" before it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. ...
Updated 28 days ago.
Tue, Oct 24 '17, 2:03 PM
white oblong pill with S on one half and I on the other side
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Oblong white pill with a line down the middle; S on one side of the line and either a I or a 1 on the other side of the line. ...
Updated 8 months ago.
Thu, Mar 09 '17, 3:51 AM
half white oblong pill ending in 65 one side 6 on the other
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I found a half white oblong pill with one side ending in the number 65 and the other side ending with the number 6 ## Hi Puma, With only half a pill the other numbers could be anyone's best guess, but I did come across a couple pills that may be suspects: The first is a white oblong pill with 6469 on one side of the pill and a V on the back. If you were to cut it in half you'd have a 6 on one half and a 64 on the other half. It contains 10mgs of Zolpidem tartrate by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals. The second is also a white oblong pill with M365 on one side and scored on the back. If this pill was divided you'd have 65 on one half and maybe half of an M on the other that could in some way or another be mistaken for a number depending what sort of condition the pill is in. It cont... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Zolpidem.
Tue, Feb 24 '15, 4:48 PM
AP on half a large oblong white pill
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I found half a pill on the ground at work. I work with troubled youth and am worried someone is abusing drugs. It is half a white, oblong pill with AP marked on it. The other side of the pill is blank. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Mon, Feb 16 '15, 9:42 PM
White Oblong Pill Half Ending in 05
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I found the right half of an oblong white (possibly off white) with what looks to be half of a 0 and a 5. Any ideas? ## With only part of the imprint, narrowing it down is going to be a bit difficult, I'm sorry. There are quite a few possibilities that end with an 05. I can think of 5 or 6 off the top of my head and I know I'd find more if I searched prescription drug databases. Learn more prescription drug details here. The best suggestion I could make would be that you just dispose of it properly. Does anyone else have any ideas what it might be? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Nov 27 '12, 4:38 PM
White Oblong Pill 57
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I found half of a pill ending with 57 and is blank on the other side. It's large white and oblong. ## Knowing only part of the imprint leaves it open to several possibilities. Just to give some examples, there's a 5mg Buspirone tablet that meets this description with the marking 657. There's a generic Vicodin tablet, which contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone with the marking M357. There's a Sulfadiazine tablet with the marking E757. And that is just some of the tablets that are listed that incorporate the 57 into the end of the imprint. Where was it found? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Buspirone.
Wed, Feb 22 '12, 12:11 PM
white oblong pill BT
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White oval tablet with one half letter B and other half letter T. Caplet can be split in half with line down the middle. ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Sun, Apr 09 '17, 10:04 AM

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