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.
Carisoprodol is a skeletal muscle relaxant that is a CSA Class 4 drug with some potential for abuse. It is available by prescription only. Carisoprodol is a pregnancy class C drug, where the potential for risk to the unborn cannot be ruled out.
Carisoprodol is made by Vintage Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Side effects of Carisoprodol can include drowsiness, dry mouth, heartburn, nausea, irritability, anxiety, chest pain, stomach pain, throat pain and trouble sleeping.Learn More
A pill imprinted with "V" on one side and 2632 on the other indicates cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride, according to Drugs.com. The pill is most commonly used to treat muscle spasms.Full Answer >
Several websites have pill imprint code identifiers, such as WebMD, RxList and Drugs.com, that allow patients to input the code into a customized search engine. Users need an imprint code, color and shape of the pill. For more general results in searches, only the imprint code is needed. For more specific results, users need as much information as possible including color and shape.Full Answer >
Several factors affect a pill’s absorption rate, including design, manufacturing, physical and chemical properties, ingredients, storage, and the body composition of the person taking the drug. Based on these characteristics, pills dissolve at different speeds, according to About.com.Full Answer >
According to Trisha Torrey for About.com, pills can be identified by their shape, pattern, color and text imprint. Websites such as RxList.com and Drugs.com offer online pill identification tools where users enter the description of the pill and the website returns the best matching results.Full Answer >