I found some pills at my house after a party, and I have no idea what they are. They're round, maybe the diameter of a dime, pink, and they say "RPI24." (I thought it was 124 at first, but now I think it's the letter "i". I could be wrong.) They have some white flecks on them, kind of the consistency of a TUMS and are individually wrapped in plastic squares. Anyone have any ideas?
RPI24, pink pill?
- 9 Nov 2011 by superrad
- 11 November 2011
Added 10 Nov 2011:
Thanks to the post below. They got back to me within hours. They're apparently equivalent to chewable Pepto Bismol, in case anyone else has this same question.
I think this is made by a company called Raritan Pharmaceuticals. Unfortunately i can't id this for you but I understand their customer services are very helpful.
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