i know it is a painkiller of some sort but it must be generic cause i cant find it. i dont know what shape to call it. its like a rectangle with round ends.
30 Mar 2007
from other site:
Imprint: 4212 | V
Description: Tab, White, Oblong
Ingredient & Strength: Methocarbamol 750 mg
Brand (or equiv.): Robaxin
Class;Sch: Muscle Relaxant
It's classified as a muscle relaxant, but many people refer to methocarbamol and similar muscle relaxants as pain pills.
30 Mar 2007
http://www.wallsrx.com/services/cpident.cfm?CPNum=1444&folder=043&photo=meth750d Check this address for a picture of your tablet
31 Mar 2007
ok, so i am confused here. i see the link for the pill and it does say methocarbamol. but i have had these before and the bottle said hydrocodone. i actually got these a while back for a dental procedure and you would think they would have given me pain meds and not a muscle relaxant.
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1 answer • 9 Feb 2011
This is a small white pill imprinted with a capital cursive B only? not sure if it's an illegally made drug.
1 answer • 22 Feb 2011
It has a fancy cursive P over a fancy cursive L. No other imprints. White and round.
1 answer • 12 Sep 2012
Was not in blister pack. Arrived in a ziploc type baggie.
0 answers • 12 Dec 2013