2089 V Pill

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It is oblong and bright bright blue.

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Cricky Says:
It is supposed to be a xanax, but I can not find any pictures of it. It is the brightest blue.

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Verwon Says:
I finally found an ID on this and that is correct, it contains 1mg of Alprazolam, a generic for Xanax. This is a Benxodiazepine, commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, irritability and headache.

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Shannon Elizebeth Says:
I am on alprazolam 1 mg tab. It is Bright Bright Blue and oval shaped. The ones That i've always got were light blue. Are they the same just a different color? that is what my pharm. Told me.So is it the same ones as the light Blue that i have taken over a year

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Aryan Says:
Yes. The bright blue speckled pill with the numbers 2089 and the little v symbol underneath is a 1mg Xanax. Just different makers. You know how they have the 1mg ROUND xanaxs with the r symbol on one side and the numbers 031 and then the crappy (in my opinion) round xanaxs that have A1 on one side. All xanaxs...just made by different pharmaceutical companies.

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nikka Says:
I have been on xanax for over 2yrs now-I take 1mg 6x's a day for severe panic disorder. Today I filled my script, as I do every month, and was surprised to see these bright blue pill's instead of my usual light blue one's-which are either round or oval-but still light blue. I had to jump on here to verify that they were really xanax's-so yep, they are! Just different maker's.

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allioop Says:
It is the same medication, however, I found myself allergic to the bright blue dye and ended up with hives and blisters inside my mouth and throat. So be careful of this pill. That particular pill is made by a different company than the one who makes the pale blue ones. Next time call pharmacy and ask if they have the pale or bright and ask for pale,if they do not carry them then take the prescription to one who does.

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