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  1. Lyndsey says:

    Mar 13, 2011 According to two databases and Apoxtex Canada’s website, a yellow oblong unscored tablet imprinted 200 is 200 mg ibuprofen. When you

  2. Jettie says:

    I think Ultra-Bitch is right: GO BACK to the pharmacy and explain the problem. If you get no glory there, go back to your mothers doctor and ask them to help. The fact that the pill doesnt match the description on the bottle certainly sounds dodgy to me; Id go back to my pharmacy.In the meantime, its best NOT to take the pills. If your mother becomes ill in the meantime, dont mess about, just CALL YOUR LOCAL HOSPITAL or even 911 and have them advise you; dont bother waiting for out-of-hours doctor services or even your mothers doctor.From Wikipedia (which isnt necessarily always right) it seems both Lortab and Tylenol are painkillers which also help with coughs, but we dont have them in the UK, so I cant say for sure. Either way, Im neither a doctor nor a pharmacist, so best talk to your own to be safe.The following website may help:http://druginfo.nlm.nih.gov/drugportal/drugportal.jsp??APPLICATION_NAME=drugportalThis is for the United States National Library of Medicine. Best wishes.

  3. Jeanetta says:

    Yellow oblong yellow pill with 200 it in an old jacket imprinted on it- any ideas? My girlfriend and I found of hers – but she has no clue what it is. We aren’t going to take

  4. Tula says:

    2 Jun 2009 Your pill is Celebrex 200 mg. Generic name is celecoxib. Celebrex is an NSAID. More:http://www.drugs.com/answers/what-is-this-pill-white-yellow-capsule-shape-with-31588.html

  5. Bambi says:

    31 Jan 2010 The only thing I show that comes close is Canadian Ibuprofen 200 mg, as you imagine "200" is very vague, no other imprints huh? More:http://www.drugs.com/answers/what-is-this-pill-with-200-imprint-176259.html

  6. Emerald says:

    2 Jun 2009 Your pill is Celebrex 200 mg. Generic name is celecoxib. Celebrex is an NSAID.

  7. Sharell says:

    Topamax is a circular pill imprinted with "OMN" on one side, and the milligram size the 50 mg pill is beige, the 100 mg pill is yellow and the 200 mg pill is pink. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/facts_5019171_topamax.html

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