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white cross scored pills COT138; E44
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    Lapislazuli is offline New Member
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    Default white cross scored pills COT138; E44

    I found a vial of small round white pills, cross scored. The are all the same size, about the size of an aspirin, but completely flat.

    Some of them, on the reverse side from the cross score have

    COT
    138

    And the rest, on the reverse, have a forward slanted E with the number 44 underneath.

    I found these in my house after some guests were here. Can anybody help me identify them? They were in a small vitamin bottle, but they certainly aren't vitamins!

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    quote:Originally posted by Lapislazuli

    I found a vial of small round white pills, cross scored. The are all the same size, about the size of an aspirin, but completely flat.

    Some of them, on the reverse side from the cross score have

    COT
    138

    And the rest, on the reverse, have a forward slanted E with the number 44 underneath.

    I found these in my house after some guests were here. Can anybody help me identify them? They were in a small vitamin bottle, but they certainly aren't vitamins!
    http://www.idthispill.com/pillimages/26216-EON44000.jpg

    44 are Tizanidine 4mg (zanaflex). SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANT.

    Still seaching for the other.







    Debbie

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    E 44 is also Tizanidine 4 mg


    Generic Zanaflex

    http://www.eonlabs.com/products/prod...?>>=0000000272



    I might not always be right, but I'm never wrong.

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    dizzy23 is offline Senior Member
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    quote:Originally posted by Rawoody

    E 44 is also Tizanidine 4 mg


    Generic Zanaflex

    http://www.eonlabs.com/products/prod...?>>=0000000272



    I might not always be right, but I'm never wrong.
    Rawoody,
    Hello...look above at my post.Sleeping on the job?

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    Lapislazuli is offline New Member
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    quote:Originally posted by Rawoody

    E 44 is also Tizanidine 4 mg


    Generic Zanaflex

    http://www.eonlabs.com/products/prod...?>>=0000000272



    I might not always be right, but I'm never wrong.

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    kirby is offline Platinum Member
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    How about Cor 138 instead of Cot 138?

    If the imprint is Cor 138, the pill is the same as E 44 (4 mg tizanidine).


    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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    Dizzy,my bad. I thought you had answered the COT 138 and not the E44. My bad.

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    dizzy23 is offline Senior Member
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    quote:Originally posted by Rawoody

    Dizzy,my bad. I thought you had answered the COT 138 and not the E44. My bad.

    I might not always be right, but I'm never wrong.


    Debbie

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