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  • 2pills: peach oval 377, orange round 563/PLIVA

    i'm looking to get identifications on two pills, if anyone could help me with the identification, it'd be very helpful.
    #1
    round shaped tablet. orange in color, 563 on one side, the letters PLIZA taperred across the top of it.

    #2
    capsule (unsure if this is what it's qualified shape would be) shaped tablet. peach in color, and 377 on one side, nothing on the flip side.

    thanks guys!

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    #1
    round shaped tablet. orange in color, 563 on one side, the letters PLIZA taperred across the top of it.

    This pill is CYCLOBENZAPRINE 10 MG
    Imprint Code PLIVA / 563
    Description yellow, round tablet
    Info at https://www.drugs.com/cyclobenzaprine.html

    #2
    capsule (unsure if this is what it's qualified shape would be) shaped tablet. peach in color, and 377 on one side, nothing on the flip side.

    Could only find a match for a white oblong pill with imprint 377

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    • #3
      quote:Originally posted by robo
      #2
      capsule (unsure if this is what it's qualified shape would be) shaped tablet. peach in color, and 377 on one side, nothing on the flip side.

      Could only find a match for a white oblong pill with imprint 377
      what match did ya find?

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      • #4
        #2 capsule (unsure if this is what it's qualified shape would be) shaped tablet. peach in color, and 377 on one side, nothing on the flip side

        I think Robo is referring to 50 mg tramadol made by Caraco.

        The company describes the tablet as white capsule shaped or brownish yellow capsule shaped on its website at caraco.com

        And a couple of databases refer to the color as "tan."

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


        I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice, nor is at an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.

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        • #5
          thanks bunches Kirbster

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