White Oblong Pill With G551 What Is It

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I found the same one lying around and compared it to meds in their correct bottles. This one is a "Premier Pain Reliever Acetaminophen, USP 500mg" ## Hi Victoria, Thanks for sharing this important information on the pill ID. I was just curious to find out if you knew who the manufacturer was? Details on this tablet seem to be rather sparse. Is it a product of the US? I did do some digging around and located a 500mg Acetaminophen liquid solution with the words "Premier Value" standing before it - though it was reportedly labeled by Chain Drug Consortium LLC and made by Aurohealth - So I don't know if there's any connection between the tablet and solution in that regard... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, Aug 01 '17, 11:56 AM
A question about G551
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Can someone please tell me what G551 is? My mom has the pills in a non-descriptive bottle and she was taking 2 in the morning and 2 at night. The Internet does not have any info on it. ## Hi Amy, Do you happen to know what the color and shape of this G551 pill is? And where your mom got the bottle of pills from? I noticed other related discussion threads here depicting a white oblong / rectangular pill with this imprint of G551 as well, but haven't come across a match either as of yet. Also, is there any chance that the letter "G" could possibly be something else altogether, or is it pretty apparent and legible? I'm only curious because I did locate a white capsule/oblong-shaped pill with an imprint of PA 551; containing 400mgs of Cimetidine (which is reported to be an a... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Cimetidine.
Tue, Feb 28 '17, 5:19 PM

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