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Pill 8966 On One Side And Wpi On Other

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Billie Says:
White oblong pill with wpi on one side and 39|68 on other

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Verwon Says:
A white, oblong tablet with the logo WPI on one side and the numbers 3968 on the other contains 500mgs of Chlorzoxazone, which is a muscle relaxant.

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