White Oval Pill With Os Cal On It

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Small White Oval A10 One Side Other Apo
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I just need to identify what pill this is. ## A white oval tablet with A10 on one side and APO on the other side is most likely Atorvastatin Calcium 10mg (NDC 60429-323). It is a generic for Lipitor and is part of the "statin" drugs for lowering cholesterol. Below is an image: Now, I said "most likely", because there is another drug with a different NDC code which is coming up as having the same imprint codes. That tablet is Alendronic Acid 10mg (NDC 60505-2593), which is an osteoporosis drug. Sorry but I don't have a picture for this one. The way you could tell WHICH one it is would be to measure the tablet. If it is 9mm wide then it's the first one. If it's a bit smaller at 6mm then it's the second one. I hope this info helps! You can follow either of ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Zolpidem.
Fri, Sep 16 '16, 4:59 PM
Beige oval pill
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Front G32 the back 500 ## Wondering what a pill call N10 its beige and tiny like a birth control is used for.? ## Located a match to a white oblong pill with G32 on one side and 500 on the other side, it's Naproxen 500 mg. Naproxen is commonly used for the reduction of intense pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout, ankylosing spondylitis, menstrual cramps, tendinitis, bursitis, and the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## My wife cycle always have been on and i found these pills in the car I need help ...
Updated 3 months ago in Naproxen.
Sun, Jul 02 '17, 5:42 PM
what is it
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I found a long white oval shaped it has a slanted E 139 on one side and blank on the other side its not scored on either side can you please tell me what it is ## I need to know what this pill is. It's lomg oblong in grayest?blue color with the letter R637 on it. ## I need to know what this drug is it's a grayish color oblong and has R637 on it ## The E139 pill is something called generic Etocolac (sp?), this is generic for Lodine XL 500mg. It is an nsaid used for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The other pill, R637 is something called Gabapentin 800mg, or brand name Neurontin. It is used for seizuires, convulsions, some types of nerve disease or nerve damage. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Lortab.
Wed, Jun 07 '06, 9:10 PM
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oval/ white pill/ #31 on one side/ looks like dog bone carved on other side.found in vit c bottle??different from vit c pills ## Hey, I found it, wasn't easy, I had to hunt through a bunch of images to find the one that matched. Here's an image for you to compare: Pill Image It also explains why the bone is on there! This is Fosomax 70mgs, active ingredient/generic name Alendronate. This is used to reduce calcium loss from your bones and to promote the growth of normal healthy bone tissue. Usually used for people with Osteoarthritis or other conditions, such as Menopause that can put them at risk for bone loss. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Alendronate.
Wed, Jul 05 '06, 3:25 PM
lilly 4165
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little white oval tablet with lilly 4165 printed on it. ## found it in my home would like to know the purpose of it is ## I, too, found a Lilly 4165 in my office. What is it? ## found drug in bathroom at work what is it for ## Raloxifen - 60mg, usually used to treat breast cancer, it blocks the effects of estrogen on breast tissue and/or other tissues with estrogen receptors. Belongs to a group of drugs called SERMs; Select Estrogen Receptor Modulators. But by modulate they really mean it antagonizes the receptor site. ## That is correct, this is 60mgs of Raloxifene, a generic for Evista. It does have other uses, though, one of which is to help prevent Osteoperosis. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, hot flashes, leg cramps and blood clots. You can read more about thi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Raloxifene.
Thu, Jan 28 '16, 4:26 AM

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