Mylan Medications - Identify Your Pill
What does your Mylan pill look like and what sort of medication is it?
You have been cleaning your room and suddenly you find a little white pill with some letters and numbers written on it - a pill's index. And it says MYLAN A1. Or it is a small orange capsule with the MYLAN 4010 code. What can they be? Perhaps, you once used the medicine, but it was so long ago that now you have to think hard trying to remember what it was all about. Or, perhaps, someone in your home is secretly taking the drug - is it anything dangerous?
Since 1961 (when the company was founded), Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has become one of the leaders on the US medicine market. In 2007, pharmacists filled more than 197 million prescriptions with products from Mylan. So, it is no surprise if you come across a pill with MYLAN letters on it every now and then. But if you find no packet or bottle nearby, how can the pill be identified?
Sometimes it is rather difficult to find the real facts about your medication. The information is spread all over the Web and it takes quite a lot of time and effort to achieve the result.
We have collected some data on the Mylan products that are most popular among the searchers. Following our links, you will be able to identify your medicine (a pill, a tablet or a capsule) by its appearance, color and letters or numbers written on its sides. You will see the images, read the descriptions, learn what those letters and numbers really mean and what kind of medication is 'hidden' under the Mylan code.
By clicking the images, or filling in the Search Box, you may also go further and order the identified Mylan products, or any other items you need online. This way you can help us keep this project going :)