G3719

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sm white football shape line down middle & smooth on one side G3719 on other...who am i

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Mike Says:
 
Can you provide the common name of G3719?

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debra Says:
 
small wht football shape with g3719 found in my medicine bottle

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Lindsay Says:
 
I found this pill and was wondering what it is. It is football shaped with G3719on one side, and a line down the middle on the other side.

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lorrie Says:
 
alprazolam, generic version of xanax. given to treat anxiety

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Kimberly Newton Says:
 
I was wondering if u could identify this pill for me its a small white football shaped pill (like my xanax) with G3719 on one side and line down middle on other side Thanks

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Verwon Says:
 
See lorrie's post (# 4) - She said what this is (Alprazolam), the dosage of this pill is 0.25mgs.

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Alena Says:
 
I got these because I have several panic attacks...was at EMS too often cos I'm not a US citizen. I don't have SS#, so I can't get any insurance neither...I hope somebody can help me find a doctor to get prescribed some meds...I fell down too many times, have blackouts, can't sleep and can't eat and am just shaking since I stopped drinking on oct. 21st 2014...got meds circa for 2 months and since this I just suffer more and more...anyway if you can help me, please let me know...thank you...

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SheriT Says:
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You need to be careful with alcohol withdrawal, it can kill you and is not recommended to quit cold Turkey without medical supervision. Go to a walk in clinic or ER.

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