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white and tylenol shape with west-ward 292 on pill. can't remember what they are.

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emily Jervis Says:
 
founf these pils want to know what they do and are classified18A

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Verwon Says:
 
This is Methocarbamol 750mgs, a generic for Robaxin. This is a muscle relaxant.

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