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5114 pink V?
5114 pink V?
Does anyone know what kind of pill this is? It was given to my son by accident.
It was a mistake by the pharmicist and I want to know what it is..
It is a large pill that is a medium pink color with the letters 5114 at the top and below it there is a fancy V like the vicodin pills have, but I have never seen this kind before.
Its quite possibly propoxyphene...but I cannot be positive.
Imprint Code: 5114V
Drug/Strength/Manufacturer: Acetaminophen 650mg / Propoxyphene Napsylate 100mg - Amerisource
Description: 5114 V Debossed - Film Coated Tablet
Wow, it is coated, so maybe that's what it is. Thanks for your help.
Anymore info would be greatly apprecited!
Yeah that pill....dont give dat to yo son bc he will be hhiiiiigh! depending on if he a little kid or not...
Its a Darvocete
(Propoxyphene Napsylate and Acetaminophen)
I got one riight here haha im bout to take it to...wut a weird quincidence....
Its a BIG pill
pritty colored pink
math symbol i think it means squared ha i HATE math..
it got liike flat sides
and its soft && nothing on the other side
& it looks liike dis
Last edited by xxnikyxx; 08-31-2008 at 10:00 PM.
You hate English and spelling too, don't you?
Yea, you sound like you need one.
Originally Posted by xxnikyxx
Can I ask how it was given to him by "mistake"?
It is a pain pill, but IMO a mild one in comparison to Vicodin, Percocet, etc. Many people that cannot tolerate stronger narcotics are prescribed this for pain, it is generally better tolerated. If it WAS what was prescribed, it IS ok to give it to him, but I am curious about the mix-up (especially since it's a controlled substance). What was he supposed to get?