What is this pill my daughter brought home? She asked someone for an aspirin and they gave her this. I've always told her not to take medicine from people she barely knows, especially young teenagers from school. So she brought it home to show me first. I'm afraid It's methedone, and if It is, I'm scared. It's a circular white pill with methedose 5 on one side. It also has numbers that have been scratched off on the other side.
Pill imprint METHADOSE 5 has been identified as Methadose 5 mg.
Methadose is used in the treatment of pain; opiate withdrawal and belongs to the drug class narcotic analgesics. Risk cannot be ruled out during pregnancy.
Methadose 5 mg has a high potential for abuse.
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- Aspirin Information for Consumers
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