Is that my pill?
WebMD’s Pill Identification Tool
If you’ve ever had to take multiple medications on a regular basis, you probably own a handy plastic pill-organizer to keep track of the amount and frequency of your dosage. But in the event that your pills get mixed up for some reason, would you be able to identify which pill was which? WebMD has you covered with their online Pill Identification Tool (www.webmd.com/pill-identification). You can search using three criteria: color, shape or whatever imprint or writing is on the pill. For example, an off-white diamond-shaped pill is either Lamotrigine (used to control seizures and help with bipolar disorder) or Midamor (a diuretic used to treat high blood pressure and edema)—two pills you probably don’t want to mix up.