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White Round Pill Scored With 61 60 And A Cursive V

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i was given this pill but no one knows what they are.. ive seaqrches all over. its white round and scored on one side with 61 60 and a cursive v on the other. someone plzz help

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Verwon Says:
I cannot find one with this marking in any of the databases.

Can you tell me where it was found, such as in the U.S. or elsewhere?

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tati Says:
im from the us. ct to be ecact. funnny because i have come accross this pill a few times. my prednisone hasbthe same v butb different numbers

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Verwon Says:
Yes, I am familiar with the V logo, it is used by Vintage/Qualitest on all their prescription pills.

Was just asking so we could try to narrow down what this is, since I am not finding that marking anywhere.

I just went through several more pages of information and pill images and I am very sorry, but I still can't find anything close to this.

The only thing I can think is that it may be something very new that hasn't been out for too long, so it hasn't made it into the medication databases, yet.

I will keep looking and post back if I find it.

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Stormsinger Says:
according to the bottle in my hand from the VA, it's Trazadone HCL, 50mg. Hope this helps you

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Sam Says:
You are DEFINITELY correct, they are just not as common as the Trazadone 50mg pills that say Pliva. I have been prescribed them for about 3 years so I've had about every brand, generic or otherwise..

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Blue boy Says:
it`s for sleep...

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Serpent 2 4 Says:
V/6160 is Trazodone HCL 50 mg tab. It's prescribed for sleep by the VA it's also an anti depresent take it 30 minutes prior to sleep Works pretty well.

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