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I have a small round white pill. It has 633 on one side and on the other has a symbol that looks like a ribbon. Any help would be appreciated.



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SHAE Says:

small white pill 633 one side - looks like moon other side

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Al Says:

633 on one side - round white - with the "moon" as you call it is more like "half moon" or a letter C; I think the drug is lorazepam - what do you think?

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VerFree Says:

That moon marking is the logo for Actavis Inc. and they list this tablet as containing 10mgs of Lovastatin, which is most commonly used to help lower cholesterol. NDC: 45963-0633

The R that looked like a ribbon was their prior logo for this same medication.

Inactive ingredients may include:

Lactose Monohydrate
Magnesium Stearate
Cellulose, Microcrystalline
Starch, Corn
Butylated Hydroxyanisole

Is there anything else I can help with?

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