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oval pink 5711 with 2 inverted triangles.
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    Dowdy is offline Junior Member
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    Default oval pink 5711 with 2 inverted triangles.

    No luck on search. On opposite side it says 2.5/500. I am betting on hydrocodone/acetaminophen, but never seen one quite like this and ya can't gamble on health. Gonna throw it away anyway, found it at work on floor. Looks like a generic loritab though. thanks, dowdy

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    Pink oval pill with Ivax logo (bowtie or hourglass symbol) 5711 on one side and 2.5/500 on the other side is glyburide 2.5 mg and metformin 500 mg.

    The brand name is Glucovance - it's a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes.

    More info: http://Glucovance.drugs.com/

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    Thanks Kirby. it sure looks like a loritab, fortunately no one in my family has diabetes. Quick response sir, you work for the Fed's?

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    quote:Quick response sir, you work for the Fed's?
    If I worked for the Feds, you'd probably get the pill identified sometime next year after many meetings and debates.

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    just kidding bro, you just know what resources to get the info so quick. Awesome job you do here. Thanks again.

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