Can you identify this pill? It is a white oval shaped pill with IP 190 on one side and 500 on the other. Thank You.
25 Feb 2007
On a side note I would recommend never getting a prescription for ibuprofen filled. Advil/Generic advil is typically 200mg and prescriptions are typically 500+mg but there is absoultely NO difference between OTC ibuprofen and prescription ibuprofen other than the mg. If your insurance covers ibprofen 100% then hell, get it filled. But if it doesnt just buy that stuff over the counter, it's so much cheaper and all you have to do is take a double dose.
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1 answer • 12 Jun 2009
It's oblong with it's either IT 190 or LT 190 and white
1 answer • 16 Aug 2009
white oval shape with line down middle S on one side 500 on other
1 answer • 28 Apr 2010
Apo on one side and 500 on the other it is a white oval pill
1 answer • 1 Aug 2013