A white pill with the marking M362 on it is a medication that has the active ingredients acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate. This prescribed medication contains a combination of 660 milligrams of acetaminophen and ... More »

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A white round pill with "2410 V" on it is a 350 milligram Carisoprodol dosage, according to Drugs.com. It is given for muscle spasms and night time leg cramps. More »

The markings on a white oblong pill or any pill or capsule sold over the counter or by prescription are the medication's imprint, reports GoodRx. The imprint is required on such medication in the United States, and it is... More »

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A pill scored with an M357 imprint is an acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate, according to Drugs.com. It is typically white in color and oval in shape. Acetaminophen/hydrocodone is a Schedule 2 controlled substance ... More »

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The primary difference in over-the-counter pain relievers, such as Tylenol, Advil and Aleve, and prescription pain killers is the amount of active medication contained in each pill, says MedicineNet.com. Advil, for examp... More »

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Pill searches utilize an online pill identifier tool that allows individuals to enter the imprint, shape and color of the medication in question to receive matching photos, explains WebMD. Entering the drug’s name or the... More »

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Although each pain clinic may perform pill counts differently, pill counts generally involve the patient bringing his medication to the visit and the provider counting the number of pills in the bottle, explains Boston M... More »

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