Valium (Thread 165324)

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jen Says:
 
I was prescribed valium... but when I recieved them they did not look like they should... blue on one side they were 3927-Z and a 10 on the other side. I was just curious if I got ripped off and if they are what was said they were suppose to be.. I am thinking they are placebos...

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Tony Says:
 
Is there a Valium which is yellow with 3927Z on side and an underlined 5 on

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NoMoFent Says:
 
The blue valium is 10 mg and the yellow is 5mg

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Dr Joey Says:
 
Go to medscape and look for the pill identifier or Google "medscape pill identifier" and you will be asked about shape, size, identification markings. The ONLY Valium tablets that are guaranteed to be blue for 10mg and yellow for 5mg are the ORIGINAL brand (very expensive), which also features a "cut out" V in the middle of each tablet. As a doctor, the information above SUGGESTS they are generic diazepam tablets, but it's easier to check. The NDC number and markings tell the whole story.

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