Please help in identifying a light blue pill with the # 59010 on one half and the # 240 on the other half. There is no logo, only numbers. It is thought to be a generic for a pain medication, perhaps Hydrocodone of some kind. Anyone know?
6 Jan 2007
It is not Hydrocodone of any kind, but it is a pain med called Bupap.
You can view more info by COPYING AND PASTING THIS LINK in its ENTIRETY:
Simply clicking on it, the link won't work right.
You can view a photo by COPYING AND PASTING THIS LINK in its ENTIRETY:
again, clicking on it won't work you have to copy,
Click on the one that says 'Bupap tablet' (ECR PHARM.) it is the second link/photo down.
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
1 answer • 29 May 2009
I have a light blue oblong pill that you can break in half. On one half it has the numbers 59010 and on the other half it has the numbers 240.
1 answer • 4 Oct 2009
It is one half of a white oblong pill , one side of the half, has no marking i can see. The other half is the second half of the oblong with 75 at or ...
0 answers • 28 Feb 2014
Its only half a pill I found and it ends in 63 its an oblong pill id send a pic but idk how on this site
0 answers • 3 Aug 2014