Found a pill in my daughters bookbag. Can you help me. It looks alot like hydrocodone but there isnt any Mfg printed on it. This is what it looks like. White and oblong. Thickness of a hydrocodone. There is a score line down the center. To the left of the line it reads "RP" and the right of the score line reads "RCC". What is this?
I'm not sure what the pill is. I found a few in my desk at work as well. They are uncoated caplets with the exact markings you described. Since they are uncoated and have the split, I am certain that they aren't generic tylenol. I definitely know that they are NOT any type of narcotic though because I would not have narcotic drugs in my desk at work. I think it may be a generic mucinex (guaifenesin) because I remember bringing some to work and I recall them looking like this. REGARDLESS, feel assured that they aren't narcotics because I do not bring narcotics to work...
- Hydrocodone Information for Consumers
- Hydrocodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Hydrocodone (detailed)
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