Round Peach Pill 93 9652

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round peach pill 93
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9652 on the other side ## I have found a round peach pill with 93 on one side and 7241 on the other. ## 93 9652 contains 10mgs of Prochlorperazine, commonly used to help prevent or treat nausea and vomiting. Common side effects may include: drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: 93 7241 contains 2mgs of Risperidone, the active ingredient in Risperdal. This is an antipsychotic used to treat several different mental health conditions. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, somnolence and weight gain. Read more: Are there any other questions? ## Peacy/ orangey colored pill w/ a single scored line on it the other side has another scored line with a 9 or g on top and a 4 on the bottom ...
Updated 4 years ago in Prochlorperazine.
Mon, Sep 10 '12, 10:13 AM
little tan pill
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Front is 93 back is 9652 pill is beige/peach in color..round tablet...looks like its coated because its white inside. thanking you in advance. ## I dont know the answer to that question that is why I am trying to find out what this or these pills I found are in my house. I only have the color and numbers that are on the pill. ## Pill Image Color, numbers and shape are all I need. This is Prochlorperazine 10mgs, this is used to control nausea and vomiting that can occur after surgery or cancer treatments. It can also be used to calm people suffering from certain emotional disorders. ## Thank you very very much. I so appreciate it..so its like Compazine? I thought it might have been that since it was in a bottle of Lonox tabs...similar in what they do but Lomotil controls the other end...... ...
Updated 11 years ago in Prochlorperazine.
Sat, Jun 03 '06, 11:22 AM
93 9662
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small peach colored round pill with 93 on one side and 9662 on the other ## small peach colored pill with 93 on one sideand 9652 on other ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Tue, Jun 01 '10, 12:54 PM


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