We have found a bottle of pills and are trying to identify them. Any help would be appreciated.
round(ish) white with imprint 535-11 (looks like CS on other side)
31 Jul 2006
Esgesic Tablet ACETAMINOPHEN-BUTALBITAL-CAFFEINE 325mg-50 mg-40mg
ACETAMINOPHEN-BUTALBITAL-CAFFEINE (Fioricet(R), Esgic(R), Endolor(R), and others) is a combination product used to treat certain types of headaches and migraines as well as mild to moderate pain. Federal law prohibits the transfer of acetaminophen-butalbital-caffeine to any person other than the patient for whom it was prescribed. Do not share this medicine with any one else.
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