Red & Orange capsule shaped pill with "G" & "5"
- 20 Mar 2005 by carldelonge
I found these two pills in my house and I have no idea where they came from or what they are. They certainly on't look like OTC pills, and I don't think they are from any prescription I've ever had.
They are capsule shaped and translucently coated half red and half orange. In between the coating there is a thin strip of the white pill underneath showing through. They are imprinted on the orange half on one side with a G, and on the other side with a 5.
Does anyone have a clue what these are? My digital camera's batteries are dead, so I had to snap this pic with an old web cam, sorry for the poor image quality. Here is the link:
21 Mar 2005
This pill may be Acetaminophen 500mg
Generic for Tylenol Extra Strength
Imprint Code: G 5
Drug/Strength/Manufacturer: Acetaminophen 500mg - Tylenol - Granutec
Description: Tablet - Red/Yellow/Orange - Oblong
Info at http://www.drugs.com/acetaminophen.html
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