What Is the Blue Oval Pill L368?

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A blue oval pill with the letters L368 imprinted on it is sodium naproxen. It is an NSAID pain reliever. The name brand for this medication is Aleve.
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Your pill is Wal-Proxen (a type of Naproxen Sodium Oral) in a 220 MG caplet.
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It is a 220mg Naproxen Sodium. NAPROXEN is an anti-inflammatory drug. It relieves pain and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and juvenile (childhood
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Not Medical Advice: A blue oval pill with imprint L368 is a 220mg Naproxen Sodium. It is used for mild to moderate pain, headache, menstrual pain, & toothache.
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They could be benzos (although I think barbiturates were more common back then), but when they break into the chemists they find some "yellows" and leave them. Yellow valiums
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