I found this pill on the floor of my bathroom, and I haven't had a prescription for anything in a long time. It is a round white pill with the imprint P on top, and 119 underneath the P. Also there is what looks like a triangle without the base surrounding the P. My husband and I currently do not have any prescription meds, but we do have a teenager in the house so I would like to know what this strange pill is. I have already tried the pill identifier on this site, and it did not come up with any exact matches. If anyone knows what this pill could be, your help would be greatly appreciated.
Pill imprint Logo 119 has been identified as Sodium bicarbonate 10 grain (650 mg).
Sodium bicarbonate is used in the treatment of hyperkalemia; urinary alkalinization; metabolic acidosis; indigestion; hyperuricemia secondary to chemotherapy (and more), and belongs to the drug classes antacids, minerals and electrolytes, urinary pH modifiers. Risk cannot be ruled out during pregnancy.
Sodium bicarbonate 10 grain (650 mg) is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.
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