White Oblong Pill With H00s

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Oblong White Pill H00s
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this pill say H00S on the front ## I can't find any listings that match this. Where was it found? With that imprint, I am highly suspicious that it's something available over the counter. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ## Just had the same problem. It is really S00H. Hospital brand Tylenol. ## Have these and thier hospital acetometaphin. ## I WOULD JUST MAKE SURE BECAUSE I USE Hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil) FOR MY RA AND THE IMPRINT IS HCQS BUT IT LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE HOOS. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tylenol.
Sat, Oct 11 '14, 8:28 AM

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