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Pill Identification
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    MrEd is offline New Member
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    Default Pill Identification

    Have two white pills, both claim to be Tramadol HCL 50 mg tablets.

    Original pill is oblong, 3/16" wide, 1/2" long, one side has "M", other side has "7171".

    Latest pill is round, 5/16" diameter, has an "A273" on one side, nothing on the other.

    Are both these tablets the same chemical and the same strength? If so then why the different shapes and markings?

    Also somewhere on the net is a site where we can enter the name and it will tell us the markings. Can someone refer me to that site?

    Have two white pills, both claim to be Tramadol HCL 50 mg tablets.

    Original pill is oblong, 3/16" wide, 1/2" long, one side has "M", other side has "7171".

    Latest pill is round, 5/16" diameter, has an "A273" on one side, nothing on the other.

    Are both these tablets the same chemical and the same strength? If so then why the different shapes and markings?

    Also somewhere on the net is a site where we can enter the name and it will tell us the markings. Can someone refer me to that site?

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    M 7171 is 50 mg tramadol, an analgesic.

    More info: https://www.drugs.com/tramadol.html


    A273 is also Tramadol HCl 50mg
    Generic for: ULTRAM TAB
    Manufacturer: IVAX PHARMACEUTICALS
    Color: WHITE
    Imprint: A273
    Shape: ROUND

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