What does a teenager use it for? I found 9 of the white pills marked L374 with a smooth back in his bag
I looked it up in the pill identifier on this site (there's a link on the top bar ;) ) and it came up as acetaminophen/caffeine/aspirin, meaning generic Excedrin. Sounds like the teen has headaches. I had chronic migraines all through high school and popped Excederin like candy just to get through my school days (ok, every 4 hours). Here's the link to the identification outcome https://www.drugs.com/imprints/l374-13079.html I'd be more worried about the headaches than what he takes for them. If he's getting chronic headaches or migraines, that should be something he should see a doctor for. I'm female (don't know how obvious that is), and it's possible mine were caused by combination hormones and an allergy to school. No, seriously, I was allergic to something in the school... probably the asbestos they eventually began removing in my senior year... while we were STILL going to classes. Yeah, they're a bit thick where I live.
I looked up the markings you provided, are the pills oblong in shape?
The only thing I found were these two possibilities, Aspirin with Caffeine, OR Acetaminophen (tylenol).
You must have a teenager that has a bit of pain, perhaps a sports injury or cramps? Just a guess.
Good luck to you and your child.
It is Generic for Excedrin Migraine bought at either Dollar General or the equate brand at Wal-Mart, but more likely at Dollar General. That is the kind I have right now and I got the $9.50 bottle at Dollar General so I'm sure that's where it came from. I had a lot of headaches when in high school. Excedrin had caffeine in it and could keep me awake where other headache meds would make me sleepy. I took Excedrin to help me stay awake so I could keep up in class and not make an idiot of myself by nodding off in school. He may need to be on a prescription med like Topomax if he is having multiple migraines or a natural herb l like feverfew.
Hello, I know this is unrelated, but interesting, I never thought for a moment you were a man. There must be "tells" in our written linguistical styles that reflect our gender. That would be a fun topic for a doctoral thesus in Linguistics, lol. But more on topic, yes it is just Exedrin, so not to worry little Mama :-)
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