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2410 round white pill
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Round white pill. Little bigger that an asprin. Has 2410 on it and a fancy looking v ## 2410 V is Carisoprodol. You can see a picture of it ~ Here ~. ## found the pill in the ladies room of a bar, just womdering what it was ## I get somas 350mg and they usally have dan inprinted on the pill. I got some more and it dosent say anything on them...they are white and a straight line in the middle...i guess so you could break it apart....so i guess im asking are these somas ## you shouldnt take that or anything thats really dangerous... ## one of many generic made from various pharma companies - it is 'carisoprodole'- soma.` ## So it's a soma? Somas make me feel goofy and drunk if this v 2410 pill is generic for soma will it have the same effect? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Carisoprodol.
Sun, Sep 20 '15, 6:22 PM
little round pill with BHI OM
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SM WHITE ROUND PILL WITH LETTERS BHI HORIZONTALLY AND UNDER THE H VERTICALLY ARE OM ## is a soma and the roun white pill with 832/bc20 on it the same meication? ## The tablet with the BHI OM marking is actually an over the counter supplement used to help with urinary issues, it's called Uri-Control and is manufactured by Boots Healthcare International, hence the BHI. However, I've been unable to find a list of the specific ingredients. The tablet with the 832 BC 20 marking is also not Soma, it contains 20mgs of Baclofen, which is a more mild muscle relaxant. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Learn more Baclofen details here. Are there any questions or concerns? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Soma.
Fri, May 24 '13, 4:53 PM
white pill with it 446 on
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I just got this bottle of what is suspose to be Soma 350mg. It has 466 on one side of the white round pill blank one the other side.It does not act like a Soma at all. It does nothing for my muscle spasms & low back pain. All this little round white pill does is make me very sick, gives me a complete headache, and chest pains...I know this is NOT a REAL form of the medication SOMA!! I just dont understand why our doctors can & do give us PLACEBOS, like we're NOT going to notice... ## If you got it from a Pharmacy prescribed by a Doctor it would say on the bottle. In any case it might be Tramadol and it might be Iboproffin. Seems you can't post the correct number ## They are SOMA, I have them here now and they work fine. You gave 2 Pill numbers? ## I posted the correct # ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soma.
Sun, Jan 17 '16, 8:17 AM
White pill brown specks no markings
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White round pill about the same size of a Soma with small brown specks. No imprints or score lines. Found in a little baggy. See picture: ## With no markings, it is impossible to postiviely identify these, unless you would have them lab tested. We can be sure, though, that they aren't a US prescription medication, as they all MUST have unique imprints to enable identification. There are several items on the market that could match this, such as Senosside laxatives or even some Extasy tablets. I am sorry, I wish I could be of more help. Does anyone else have any ideas? ## small white round pill, no markings completely flat on both sides approx 1/8in diameter 1/16in thick ## Almost definitely a recreational pill - although whether it contains ecstacy is actually questionable since th... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Soma.
Tue, Jan 06 '15, 1:43 PM
i need to know the pill
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i need to know what kind of pill is round and light green with dan/5556 on one side and 40 on the other ## I have found this little yellow pill. It is round with a heart on it. The heart stands out NOT imprinted on it. There are no numbers or letters on the pill. I can send you a picture if you like.Can you help. ## I FOUND THIS PILL IN MY HOUSE WHAT IS IT Z 4980 IT IS A PINK OBLONG PILL ## what kind of pill is round and orange with the #'s 44 227 on them. ## i am responding to soma discussions. i have a bottle of prescription soma i blieve. however it is an old bottle and not legible. white generic pill blank on one side and v letter embossed with 2410 on the other. very crumbly. anyone that can identify this as generic soma or otherwise?? ## i just posted reply on soma discussion.... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Soma.
Mon, Jan 18 '16, 5:46 PM
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Just received my refill of soma 350mg but they look different than the ones I am used to getting from the same pharmacy. No read out was put in the bag. The white round pill had a SG 109 on one side & blank on the other side. Anybody ever heard of these before? Because, since there was no print out of the new different medication I was a little worried, "what if the pharmacist made a little error in mine & somebody else's medications". Thanks for any feedback. ## Errors are made every day but these pills have been identified as Soma ## That is correct, they are manufactured by ScieGen Pharmaceuticals and they list them as containing 350mgs of Carisoprodol, which is a generic for Soma. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, hea... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Soma.
Thu, May 25 '17, 5:26 PM
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round white pill a little bigger than a dan soma ...
Updated 7 years ago in Soma.
Fri, Aug 14 '09, 9:16 PM
what is a bac 10832
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i found this little white round pill and i dont know what it is it has on one side bac10 and the other side it has 832 ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Baclofen, a generic for Lioresal. This is also a muscle relaxant, but has a different active ingredient than Soma. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness,dizziness and dry mouth. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Baclofen.
Fri, Aug 21 '09, 1:46 PM

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