White Oblong Pill Z 71

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The pill is white oblong score in the middle One side of the pill is blank the other side has a letter Z then 71. Can anyone please help

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This tablet contains 1000mgs of Metformin, a generic for Glucophage. This is used by Diabetics to help lower and control blood sugar levels.

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