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White, capsule-shaped pill, 92-490 on one side
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    TeKtonik is offline New Member
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    Default White, capsule-shaped pill, 92-490 on one side

    anyone know what this is? i think it might be darvon or darvocet (i think there's a difference), but im not sure.

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    Are you sure that it isn't 93-490?

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    I thought that was strange also, but i double checked and it is 92-490. I have 5 of them, and they're all the same. I'm pretty sure the bottle they used to be in said Propexyphene, but i can't remember if it was the HCL or Napsylate.

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    wow, i feel dumb, but i guess it is a 93, not 92. The pill i was looking at had a chip out of it that made it look like a 2. But anyway, what makes me not sure about the pill is the white, not pink, color, like the other darvons i've seen.

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    This pill is a generic Darvocet-N® 100 by Teva.
    (Propoxyphene Napsylate 100 mg and Acetaminophen 650 mg)
    Imprint Code: 93-490
    Description: Oblong, White

    You will find an image on the Teva website at tevapharmusa.com

    Propoxyphene (related to codeine) is in a class of drugs called narcotic analgesics. Acetaminophen is a less potent pain reliever that increases the effects of propoxyphene.
    Together, acetaminophen and propoxyphene are used to relieve pain.
    Last edited by Anonymous; 07-26-2018 at 06:21 PM.

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