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Found A Small Light Yellow Round Pill It Has No Markings What Could It Be
On nadolol 20mg, one pham. Gave me a yellow round pill and the other gave me a white round pill. Is one generic? The white one makes me feel horrible!
Hard to answer: Nadolol 20mg does come in blue and white tablets. However, this is not enough to make an identification. The tablets generally have "markings" that identify it as the drug in question. Please bring the tables to the pharmacy who filled them and have the pharmacist identify them. ...Read more
Hello, I have some small yellow dots all round my lips, I've had them for a few months now. What should I do?
Can't diagnose: with available info. Medical eval would provide you with definitive dx. Can check "Fordyce spots" to see if that looks like your dots. ...Read more
I have a small yellow/white circular mass beneath the skin on my fingertip. Not raised, clear color. Slight pain when touched. Should I be concerned?
Yes: You sure this is an infection which needs to be treated. Consult Healthtap or primary care doctor for diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
Http://tinypic.Com/r/2d0kpro/5 could this be herpes? Two small round blisters are sensitive to the touch but do not hurt. Mostly clear, a tad yellow
I have a hard small lump on my scalp its is a little bit red round the outside but most of it is a yellow colour what could it be?
I've found a unmarked pill bottle in a shared work car which was hidden. It contains tiny yellow unmarked pills. Any idea what they could be ?
Hard to say: The pills could be any number of pill. The easiest and best is to go to pharmacist and ask. There are sites online for pill identification, but pharmacist best equipped to help you and to help you discard of them properly. Never take anyone else's medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I discovered a yellow oval shaped pill that had either an s|109 0n it or vice versa or it could be 106| what is ir?
Drugs: If it hasn't been prescribed to you, and you don't know what it is, then throw it out. ...Read more
IDing pills: All prescribed and over-the-counter pills in the U.S. Are required by the fda to have identifying marks. If there are no marks, then the pill might be a vitamin, a supplement or a foreign pill. There are pill identifier wizards online: http://www.Drugs.Com/imprints.Php if you're considering taking a random pill and you don't know what it is, don't do it! that could be a fatal mistake... ...Read more