One is blue/green capsule with S429 on blue end and 2010 on green end. 250 MG. The other is a peach/salmon color pill with G51 on it.
I found pills in my son's room and need to know what they are. He has a history of drug use?
- 11 Jul 2010 by Suspiciousmom
- 12 July 2010
If he has a drug abuse problem, well confront him, go right to the point and ask him directly and show him the pills, they are probably ecstasy, or maybe amphetamines,but again if he has a problem with drugs I don not think they are aspirins.
What does your husband have to say about this?
from a caring individual
Well they definantly arent ecstacy cause they have pharmacy numbers. Maso does have a point though do you plan on confronting your son or do you plan on finding out what this medication is first. I did try searching with the info you gave me and i couldnt come up with anything sorry. Maybe if you have a pharmacy that is very private with you and you feel comfortable talking with about what this medication could be you can ask them what they come up with. However if you are from a small town i totally understand if you are not comfortable going to the pharmacy about it cause everyone knows everyone in a small town and they are all very nosy. Good luck suspiciousmommy protective mommy it will be okay:)
The blue / green capsule is Pentasa 250mg.
Pentasa is used to treat ulcerative colitis, proctitis, and proctosigmoiditis. Pentasa is also used to prevent the symptoms of ulcerative colitis from recurring.
Read more: https://www.drugs.com/pentasa.html
If the G51 tablet has either 150 or 300 on the opposite side it is Ranitidine - generic Zantac.
Ranitidine is used to treat and prevent ulcers in the stomach and intestines.
Read more: https://www.drugs.com/ranitidine.html
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