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    jant is offline New Member
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    I take pain med's for long term back injury. The pills I normally take look different than the pills in my bottle. they have different markings. I want to make sure I am taking the correct med's.
    The pills that are in my bottle have these marking which is different than the ones I normally take. These show a round white pill with one side plain no writing and no numbers. The other side have two numbers with a line drawn across. The numbers are top 44 bottome # 198. If anyone knows what these are please let me know.

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    kirby is offline Platinum Member
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    White round tablet imprinted 44 198 is 50 mg dimenhydrinate, a drug used to treat motion sickness.

    More info: http://dimenhydrinate.drugs.com/


    I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice nor is it an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.

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