We have a lot of kids in the house and recently found a round white pill with a capital Y marking on it. It's not one that hubby or I take so we're concerned with what it might be. Any ideas?
15 Mar 2007
Anything special about the Y? The only thing that shows up for white/round/Y is 500mg Cyklokapron which is use for reducing or preventing excessive bleeding and reducing the need for blood clotting factor transfusions during or after tooth extractions in patients with hemophilia.
Cyklokapron is an antifibrinolytic agent. It works by blocking the breakdown of blood clots.
Something feels wrong about this ID, but that's what shows up.
16 Mar 2007
Thank you for your reply. That doesn't sound right to me either.
To answer your question it's just a capital Y. The other side is blank. There are no other markings on it.
I searched through the images, but didn't find anything that matched. Does anyone know how I would find out if it's an illegal drug, as opposed to a prescription?
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