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White oval pill labeled 142 ## The pill in description is Bupropion hydrochloride extended release (300 mg) To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Budeprion.
Thu, Jan 21 '10, 2:28 PM
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oval,white with ## This is Metformin 500mgs, a generic for the diabetes drug Glucophage. Pill Image Your pill is #14. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Metformin.
Tue, Mar 07 '06, 7:09 AM
west word 290
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white round medium size pill ALSO pinkish oval with 149 on one side and 93 on the other ## West-Ward 290 - This is 500 mg Methocarbamol, a muscle relaxer. 93 149 is 500 mg Naproxen, an anti-inflammatory pain reliever. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Methocarbamol.
Fri, Feb 24 '06, 4:37 PM
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by Teva, white oval pill, blank on one side and 142 printed on the other. Looks different than my previous pills, just want to double check. ## this was my post, found out that the pharmacy had the wrong manufacturer on the label. Mystery solved. Thanks! ## Pharmacies, unfortunately, do make mistakes, luckily in your case it was just something incorrect on the label and not something dangerous! :-) Metformin is an oral antidiabetic medication. Read more: Does anyone have any questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Metformin.
Thu, Oct 21 '10, 1:36 PM
I Am Sooooo Worried, Please Help
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I found a pill in my 14 year old's pocket. It is white oval and 5113 V on the front and blank on the back. Please help me, I'm very worried. ## that sounds like a vicodin or a hydrocodone pill, some come with different #s on them but my husband had some, and I'm betting thats what your son had ## 5113 V is 650mg Acetaminophen + 100mg Propoxyphene. This is a moderate pain reliever, generic for Darvocet. ## A picture can be seen HERE ...
Updated 10 years ago in Vicodin.
Wed, Oct 04 '06, 11:15 AM
some kind of anti inflamatory
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oval peach color 149 one side 93 other side ## Yep, this is Naproxen Sodium 500mgs, a prescription strength. ## i have a small oval white pill that has the number 15 on one side and the letter M on the other side what kind of pill is this please? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Naproxen.
Wed, Jul 10 '13, 6:44 AM
need help identifying drugs
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I found 2 pills, one is light green, round, M on 1 side,C over 14 on the other side. The other pill is light pink, oval, Lilly over 4420. PLEASE tell me what they are!!! Thanks! ## A white round pill,Watson on one side and418 on the othere what is it? ## Hello, The green pill M, C 14 is a 1 mg Clonazepam. Pink Lilly 4420 is 20 mg Zyprexa. Watson 418 is 10 mg Cyclobenzaprine ...
Updated 11 years ago in Valium.
Mon, Dec 19 '05, 5:14 PM
Percoset 10/325
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Got sick with flu.. Also just released from hospital for CHF draining 14 liters of fluid. Pain management appointment on the 12th will take last pill on the 9th. Rummaging found a Watson 853 white long oval and scored on other side. Can I take that or will it suspend my pain meds on the 12th Jan. ...
Updated 8 months ago in Pain Relief.
Thu, Jan 05 '17, 5:38 PM
what looks like xanax?
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I had a football shaped scored on one side and 149 on the other, what is it? ## We would need to know what is on both sides and the color to tell you. ## White 149 one side, scored on other. Football shape. ## I take xanax 0.5 mg there orange and there oval ## @Dee, Xanax/Alprazolam comes in a variety of shapes and colors. However I've never seen or heard of any Xanax (at least in the US) that fit the description of a white oval pill with 149 on one side and scored on the other. If you don't mind my asking, what makes you think this could even be Xanax at all? Do you have any additional clues or presumptions based on its origin or where you got it from? Thanks for taking the time to share these details. I do recognize the pill that Brenda had mentioned, but think it may also be ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Mon, Feb 29 '16, 1:19 PM
What can you tell me about this.
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Got sick with flu.. Also just released from hospital for CHF draining 14 liters of fluid. Pain management appointment on the 12th will take last pill on the 9th. Rummaging found a Watson 853 white long oval and scored on other side. Can I take that or will it suspend my pain meds on the 12th Jan. My meds are percs 10/325 ...
Updated 8 months ago in Pain Relief.
Thu, Jan 05 '17, 5:51 PM
Identify this pill
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Red and light blue capsule with gray band. Letter L on top, number 5 on bottom ## This is a rapid release Acetaminophen 500mg. IT is the wal-mart generic Equate brand to be exact ## It can be nearly any store-brand. Also sold with a CVS label, for example. ## white oval pill # E145 on one side ## The ID for the L5 tablet is correct, it is a store brand or generic of Extra Strength Tylenol, containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen. ## E 145 contains 500mgs of Nabumetone, a generic for Relafen, this is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, headache and stomach irritation. You can read more here: Are there any other questions? ## round pill,7mm diameter,R on one side,177 on the other ...
Updated 7 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, Nov 08 '09, 3:42 AM
Generic Wellburtins
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I have been on Wellbutrin 300 XL for years tried to get off a few times but sympoms came back, the Pharmacy change to a generic it was a pale yellow pill and I didnt see to notice any difference then some time after they which to another manufacture I didnt think anything it is an oval white pill with 142 stamped on it well it does not work, I am not sleeping, when I do i have bad dreams I am irritable and emotional. I had them which me back to the non prescription and the symptoms went away then I went back the the white 142 generics and the symptoms are back. So I guess I will have to pay for the Non generic unless I can find the pale yellow generics some where does anyone know the mfg of the pale yellow pills. What is wrong with the FDA this is not right! ## The FDA allows generics t... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Wellbutrin XL.
Wed, Jul 13 '11, 9:02 AM
Would like to know!
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I recently had a baby and was prescribed hydrocodone 500MG. When I looked at the pills in the bottle yesterday there are 2 different pilled in there...one being hydrocodone and the other is unidentified so I am looking to get some help to prevent hurting my breast feeding baby! The pill is white, oval, and stamped with the letter and numbers E145 (the E being a little slanted). Thanks for any help that you may have!! ## E 145 is Nabumetone (500 mg), an anti-inflammatory. ## They Hydrocodone you were prescribed is not the 500mg in that tablet, the 500mg would be the Acetaminophen that is coupled with it as a buffer, Hydrocodone is not available in a dose any higher than 10mgs. As to the other pills, yes, James identification is correct. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammtory. It appears s... ...
Updated 10 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Aug 13 '07, 2:20 PM
Glyburide/metformin 5/500 tablets
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I take 2 tablets in the morning at breakfast and 2 tablets at dinner time. I was advised recently to test my sugar 2 hours after each meal for beakfast, lunch and dinner. They said it should be under 140. I can not get under 141 after breakfast, it is usually around 220. Two hours after lunch it is usually below 140, even though i do not take any tablets at lunch. I have tried taking the tablets 1 hour before i eat breakfast and the results are closer to 140. The only time i show bad results is at breakfast. Can you explain whe i should take the tablets? Thank you. ## white oval pill with 600 on 1 side and Adams on the other. ## It is rude to hijack someone elses thread, next time please create your own post, in the CORRECT forum for a pill ID. Pill Image This is Mucinex DM Extended Rel... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Glucovance.
Tue, Sep 12 '17, 12:01 PM
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CAPSULES THAT ARE THREE TONED COLOR--DARK PINK, LIGHT PINK AND YELLOW WITH THE LETTERS BARR 323 ON IT ## Found a match, the only difference is this pill has 25 on the other side. Click here to see a picture of the pill. If this is your pill it's Hydroxyzine Pamoate 25 mg, which is used as a mild tranquilliser is especially common in dentistry and it retains some popularity in obstetrics. To learn more click on the link below... If this is not your pill, please post back with any more information, so I can assist you better. ## I founD a bottle of pills. V w/curve anD oTher side says 2530 oR 2570 oR2520. Wonder what they are for ? ## blue pill oval gg 258 what is it ## cap blue white 30mg ## CAN ATIVAN HURT YOU? ## Sm round. 14 on one side. N P on other with score for halfing. Not wh... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydroxyzine.
Thu, Jul 16 '15, 8:52 AM
 NDC 61919-142
Loratadine 10 mg Oral Tablet by Direct Rx ## Markings: L612 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 61919-142-10, 61919-142-90
 NDC 0781-1497
Azithromycin 600 mg Oral Tablet by Sandoz Inc ## Markings: GGD7 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 0781-1497-01, 0781-1497-31 ## Active Ingredients: Azithromycin Monohydrate
 NDC 61919-145
Cefuroxime Axetil 250 mg Oral Tablet by Direct Rx ## Markings: A33 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 61919-145-20
 NDC 57237-140
Torsemide 20 mg Oral Tablet by Citron Pharma LLC ## Markings: C;4;3 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 57237-140-01
 NDC 61919-149
Methylprednisolone 4 mg Oral Tablet by Direct Rx ## Markings: TL001 ## Shape: Oval ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 61919-149-21

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