What do Meloxicam pills look like?
- 18 Jul 2009 by ivtech93
- pain, pill id
I'm looking for a pill's name: blue, round, the only imprint on it is "G14" and used for pain
Added 18 Jul 2009:
I've looked at Meloxicam pills..doesn't look like that, don't think it's Meloxicam. Maybe a discontinued Naproxen?
20 Jul 2009
G 14 is 220 mg naproxen sodium (generic Aleve).
Round blue tablet
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