... with PM_ on side A and 111 on side B. These pills were found inside a maraijuana bottle and the person in question stated they were prescribed Flexeril. Do you what they are as we need to know before we can let this person back to work due to the type of work that is done
if you are concerned about the hassle of taking them to a pharmacist, go to wikipedia and look up both flexeril and the generic name and it should show a picture of the pills. Sometimes it can be looked up as well on this site under the pill identifier at drugs.com and it will show a picture. Hope this helps you. Have you also thought of sending this person to do a random drug screen at a doctors office?Technically it is illegal to put pills into a different bottle than the one it was dispensed with from the pharmacy. I hate you are in this quandry, perhaps you could explain why your work does not smile on meds like this to the person you found them on.
- Flexeril Information for Consumers
- Flexeril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Flexeril (detailed)
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