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Help identifying pink oval tablet, N 30
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    Bn087 is offline New Member
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    Default Help identifying pink oval tablet, N 30

    Can anyone help me identify these pink tablets that were placed in my prescription of hydrocodone at pharmacy by mistake?

    They are imprinted N and 30 on otherside and bright pink coated with a white filler.



    Edited to add picture of tablet in comparison to my Rx
    Last edited by Anonymous; 06-14-2016 at 08:51 PM.

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    justmekw is offline Member
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    It looks like morphine pills but Im not for sure. I would call your pharmacist and tell them.

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    Bn087 is offline New Member
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    Reading online, Morphine does seem probable. The pharmacy asked that they be brought back but didnt disclose what they were. Next time I go in Ill take them with me. Thanks

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    Pill imprint N 30 has been identified as Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release 30 mg by Zydus Pharmaceuticals (USA) Inc.
    https://www.drugs.com/imprints/n-30-23701.html

    Description: Morphine Sulfate Extended-Release Tablets 30 mg are oval, film-coated, pink tablets, debossed "N" on one side and "30" on the other.

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    sambrent is offline Banned
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    It is a narcotic drug which should not be consumed without doctor's prescription, so be careful also while handling this.

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