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Saturday, June 14, 2008 Lon, Community Member, asks

Q: what is the pill N S1

this is possibly a carafate or sucralfate tablet but we can't find a tablet reference for it. It simply says N on one end of the tablet and S1 on the other end. It was perscribed for gastroenteritis and mixed in the same container given to us that also contain Watson 780. We don't know if they ran out of one maker and added another of the second maker or if it is an error.

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anonymous, Community Member
8/21/08 4:03pm

This pill identification finder may help: http://www.drugs.com/pill_identification.html

 

You can enter size, shape, color, and numbers to help identify the pill.

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By Lon, Community Member— Last Modified: 04/02/14, First Published: 06/14/08