what pill is blue and oblong s525, was supposed to be a lortab but i think it may be a an over the counter that my 17 yr old swapped out. It is the same size and shape as a tylenol. Does anyone know what what it would be or is it lortabs?
What is this pill - with 's525' imprint?
Question posted by peanuts gang on 26 April 2012
Last updated on 23 July 2012 by pillzilla
Not Lortab. Your pill is a generic version of Tylenol PM Extra Strength containing acetaminophen 500 mg and diphenhydramine hydrochloride 25 mg.
It is an over-the-counter pain reliever and nighttime sleep aid used for the temporary relief of occasional headaches, minor aches, and pains accompanying sleeplessness.
Sorry to say I don't think it's a Lortab (I was hoping it would be). All I can find so far is that it might be an OTC caffeine pill. I'm going to do more research but I'm not hopeful that my back will be feeling any better tonight. It would be nice if I could find a caring doctor, rather than having to rely on kids in a pool hall who'll take all of my money.
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