I was given some pills by a "friend of a friend" for a URI and told they were azithromycin. They are oblong (about same size as Vicodin), tan/yellowish in color, coated, NO markings. No scoring, no imprint, nothing! Can't find any info in searches. What is this???
I've never heard of azithromycin like that but I can tell you I took mine today and it was the last one because you take them the first day 2 pills and then each day 1 for a total of 5 days but they were oblong and pink so I would go to pill identifier and look up the shape and color that your talking about because if it's not that and it is something super strong sometimes some of the meds for me anyways can make you deathly sick. Some antibiotics can take out not only bad bacteria but a lot of good bacteria too. You might also google it but I will see if I can find out anything to but I use pill identifier to see what's what since I have so much different meds that I take.
Crystal is right with her coment about no markings - I give out the standard answer.
It is impossible to ID any pill online without an imprint - sorry. All Rx and OTC drugs in the US are required by the FDA to have an imprint.
Your pill could be one of the following: diet, energy, herbal, vitamin, illicit or foreign.
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