White Oblong Pill T 194

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T 134 white oblong pill

I have received an oblong white pill with T 134 on one side and nothing on the other side. I have seen discussions of T 134 yellow or T 194, but nothing showing only T 134 on an oblong white pill with nothing on the other side. Is what I was prescribed indeed a 10/325 oxycodone? ## Hi Lala, From what I can tell, a manufacturer by the name of Camber Pharmaceuticals produces generic Percocet pills with this "T 1XX" style imprint. You could try contacting them directly for more specific details about your pill. However, I've yet to come across any clues as to whether it's the correct medication/dose/imprint/etc... Here's Camber's product page for their other related "T 1XX" tablets: camberpharma.com/Oxycodone+Acetaminophen Did you get your medication filled ... ...

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need pill identified

White oblong tablet scored with 1P109 on one side ## This contains Acetaminophen 325mgs and Hydrocodone 5mgs, this is a generic for Vicodin. This is a narcotic analgesic. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, dry mouth and constipation. ## Thanks Verwon for the information...Diane ## You are very welcome. I am happy to help. ## ty, i got this because i cut the tip of my thumb off and i wanted to know what it was ## Ïðîäàì ïûëåñîñ ! Ïðîäàì ïûëåñîñ á.ó 10000 ð. Èòàëèÿ. Soteko Justo NEVADA 504 1500W .  îòëè÷íîì ñîñòî... ...

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percocet with the numbers 93 and 58

white little oval with 93 on one side and 58 on other side ## I have 3 old pills of mine & need identified.Pink Large tab. w/93 one side & 068 on other. ## i think it is Tramadol - 93 58 ## This pill is Propoxyphene Napsylate 100 mg and Acetaminophen 650 mg Generic for: Darvocet-N® 100 Tablets - for pain relief Imprint Code: 93/890 Description: Oblong, Pink ## Yes, 93 58 is Tramadol 50mgs, a generic for Ultram, this is a pain reliever. ## And Melinda is also correct on the other one, that is a generic Darvocet, a narcotic pain reliever. ...

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describe Naprosyn

what does Naprosyn look like? Large White/Tan pill? ## I have been prescribed Naproxen Sodium 550mg Tab ITP. My pill is an oblong, blue tablet with the markings "IP" & "194" on one side. Is this the correct tablet, because I'm reading different descriptions and they are always saying the tablet is white or tan???? Help!!! (It says on the Rx bottle: for Anaprox DS 550mg tablet ROC") Please advise asap! ## @MildGrandma (post #1), I see your post was made back in 2011, so I don't know if you still check back here for responses. Just to confirm though, an oblong blue pill marked with "IP 194" on one side and blank on the other, contains 550 mgs of Naproxen Sodium (also known as Anaprox; which is just another brand name for Naproxen). I haven't per... ...

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