What do dextropropoxifeno pills look like?
- 25 Aug 2009 by ksdad
- pill id
I found some pills in my sons room that are from Mexico.the packaging says neo-percodan, paracetamol/dextropopoxifeno 500mg/65mg.Can anybody tell me what they are?
25 Aug 2009
These pills would be the Mexican equivalent of the painkiller Darvocet. The ingredients are the same but have different names, and the strengths are only slightly different.
paracetamol = acetaminophen
dextropropoxifeno = propoxyphene
You will find information at http://www.drugs.com/mtm/acetaminophen-and-propoxyphene.html
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
I found a bag of pills at my karate school. The imprint on them are; EP 117 on one side, and 40 on the other. They are small white round pills. Can ...
1 answer • 15 Sep 2009
I am a caretaker for an elderly person. Just recently I was helping them clean and we I found some pills in a pill box. I don't know what they ...
1 answer • 19 Sep 2009
I found some wrappers for pills my girlfriend had.. and there were quite a bit. I am concerned about what kind of medicine she is taking and what ...
1 answer • 21 Sep 2010
These pills i found have SM on one side and they are square light green pills. what are they?
1 answer • 29 Apr 2011
I get these pills at the local convenience store. There is two pills in 1inch square flat cellophane. One pill is a red capsule with Asian writing on ...
0 answers • 26 Jun 2014