I have an old bottle (expired in 2003) of what appears to be Advil 200mg. The bottle says there are 8 tablets inside but there are approx 20 inside, which made me think maybe these are not Advil but another pill put inside the Advil bottle. They are capsule shaped tablets, brownish orange in color and have the imprint P43 on the side
What are these pills?
Added 18 Dec 2014:
I do not plan to take these pills, I was just curious what they were since the pill identifier could not recognize them. The bottle has an expiration date of 2003 but the pills inside the bottle, clearly are not the original pills since the bottle says there are 8 of them and there are actually 20+ pills inside.
Betty makes no difference if they are that old and any form of ibuprofen they are no good,,, dispose of these as you would any other drug when they have one of those pharmacy programs or whateve these should not be taken they are TOXIC AT THIS POINT. CHUCK1957 med.retired pharmacy technician
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