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it is a small green tablet with 650 imprinted on one side and a W or M on the other. It's hard to say which letter it is.



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David Says:

The pill which you are describing, marked 650 W is Alesse-28, which is used as a menstrual suppression.

More details about this medication are available at:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Alesse%2D28/­

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