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    Tony1987 is offline New Member
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    I came across several pills in my teenager son's room. Some are white and long with m366 written on it. The other two are small. blue and round with some sort of a logo on one side. Could you please tell me what they are.
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    The M366 pills are generic Norco 7.5 mg pain pills. Hydrocodone 7.5 and 325 mg Tylenol.

    http://pharmaceuticals.mallinckrodt....ProductID=5490

    The blue round pills I'm not sure of. Sounds like a generic Valium or maybe Adderall, a stimulant like Ritalin for ADHD.


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    I dont think the blue ones are adderalls. They usually have a number on them, not just a logo. Can we get a picture or a description of the logo, please?

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    quote:Originally posted by ariadaun

    I dont think the blue ones are adderalls. They usually have a number on them, not just a logo. Can we get a picture or a description of the logo, please?
    I believe we know what they are. They are called Aerius and suppoosedly are for allergies. Tony.

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    Does the Aerius logo look like the logo on the Schering-Plough website (top left):

    http://www.schering-plough.com/scher...ough/index.jsp

    Oh never mind, I found an image of Aerius after I posted the logo question. Here's the image of the pill:

    http://www.vrdrug.com/graph/Aerius.jpg

    Aerius is a non-drowsy antihistamine containing desloratadine 5 mg.


    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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