How to identify a pill using the Pill Identifier?
- Enter the imprint code that appears on the pill e.g. L484
- Select the the pill color (optional)
- Select the shape (optional)
- You may also search by drug name or NDC code
Useful Tip: Search for the imprint first, then refine by color and shape if you have too many results.
What if my pill has no imprint code?
All prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs in the U.S. are required by the FDA to have an imprint code. If your pill has no imprint code it could be a vitamin, diet, herbal, or energy pill, or an illicit or foreign drug. It is not possible to accurately identify a pill online without an imprint code.
Historical pill id images
The Drugs.com Pill Identifier database includes historical data for many products that may be discontinued or no longer commercially available.
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