White Oblong Pill Will T 193

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White oblong pill G 193

Found two oblong white pills, about 14mm. Blank on one side, G193 printed on the other. No scoring on either side. I thought it was lactase ("dairy pills"), which are used for lactose intolerance. Please help! ## Hi Julie, Based on my investigation your thinking was spot-on! An oblong white pill imprinted "G 193" is reportedly identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet that goes by the name "Lactaid Fast Act". This product is indicated for use in treating lactose intolerance. It is said to contain enzymes that help aid in the digestion of dairy products. I hope this helps! ...

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oblong white pill g 193

Curious what this pill is for ## Hi bettysas, From what I could gather, a white oblong pill marked with "G 193" is identified as an over-the-counter CVS dairy relief tablet. The name of the brand is listed as "Lactaid Fast Act". This supplement is used for people who are lactose intolerant. It's said to contain enzymes that help with the digestion of dairy products. I hope this info helps! ## Thats absolutely true I used them. ...

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White oblong pill with one side blank and T 133 on the other

It is supposed to be a pain pill but it's not working at all. I have been prescribed the medicine and it always worked well enough to allow me to function, but this new pill doesn't work. I think they gave me the wrong medication. Can anyone verify it's contents? ## Hi Roxanne, Is there any chance your pill says T 193 as opposed to T 133? I haven't come across any specific details on T 133, but T 193 is reportedly identified as a 7.5/325 mg generic Oxycodone + Acetaminophen tablet. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Camber Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 31722-0193. On a side note, there are numerous complaints throughout this forum on Camber Pharmaceutical products lacking efficacy. I hope this helps! ## I agree 100 perce... ...

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