What is this tiny white capsule-shaped tablet? "APO" on one side and "TR 50" on the other. Not scored. Someone said it might be Ultram (tramadol hydrochloride) but it's way too small to be that, unless it's in a new form. Thanks.
30 Nov 2004
White unscored capsule-shaped tablet imprinted APO on one side and TR50 on the other side is 50 mg tramadol - generic Ultram.
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