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Pill Identification - WebMD Identify Drugs by Picture, Shape, Color

11/11/2014
12:01 | Author: Brandon Powell

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Pill Identification - WebMD Identify Drugs by Picture, Shape, Color

WebMD's Pill Identifier with pictures lets you identify your prescription drug or medication by color, shape, and imprint. Use the Pill Finder to describe your.

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9/10/2014
02:58 | Author: David Perry

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Use our Pill Identifier tool to quickly identify tablets and capsules using imprint codes, pill shape and color.

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Note: All fields are optional. Use the pill finder to identify medications by visual appearance or name. All Rx and OTC drugs in the US are required by the FDA to have an imprint. If your pill has no imprint it could be a vitamin, diet/herbal/energy pill, illicit or foreign drug.

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Drug Dosage

7/9/2014
04:37 | Author: Nick Jenkins

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Drug Dosage

Comprehensive drug dosage information for over 5000 drugs and medications. Common dosage forms include tablets, capsules, creams, ointments, aerosols.

Y Yasmin tablets → Yohimbine.

C C-Topical Solution topical solution → Childrens Mucinex Cough oral solution ChiRhoStim injection → Cometriq capsules Compazine tablet, film coated → Cytra-3 Oral Syrup syrup.

A A-Methapred Injection injection, powder, lyophilized, for solution → AllerNaze Nasal Spray nasal spray AlleRx Dose Pack tablets → Asmanex inhalant Asmanex HFA aerosol → Azurette tablets.

B B-Nexa Tablets tablet → Budesonide Budesonide / Formoterol → Bystolic tablets.

P Pacerone tablet → Pramlintide Pramosone lotion → Pyrimethamine / Sulfadoxine.

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Pill Identifier Identify Drugs by Picture, Shape, Color, Number

5/8/2014
06:36 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Pill Identifier Identify Drugs by Picture, Shape, Color, Number

Use our pill identifier wizard to search more than 11500 drug pictures to quickly and easily identify pills by color, shape, markings, imprint, and number.

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How to Identify Drugs - Pills, Tablets or Capsules

3/7/2014
08:55 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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How to Identify Drugs - Pills, Tablets or Capsules

You may find a pill on the floor and not know what it is, or you may want to double check the tablets or capsules your pharmacist just gave you.

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Start by inputting just the identifying imprint, because you may need no more than that.

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If the identifier doesn't give you an answer, try again including the physical description, too.

Examples of how this works using the photo at the top of the page and either of the identifying tools: Tips:

Still can't identify the pill? You may want to take it to your pharmacist to ask his or her help. If you don't want to ask for help, then throw it away. Don't risk taking a drug when you don't know what it is or how it could possibly harm you.

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Maybe you found a pill on the floor and you aren't sure what it is. Or you've just picked up your new prescription at the pharmacist and you want to confirm it's the right drug. There are some simple ways to identify pills, tablets and capsules.

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Unless the drug is a good counterfeit, it's a very straightforward process to make the identification. By law, every pill, tablet or capsule approved by the FDA must be unique-looking, specifically to make identification easy. Difficulty: Easy.

Having trouble making the identification? It may not be an FDA approved drug. It could be an illegal drug, a counterfeit, or even an alternative remedy.

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