Apo 11-2

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SMALL WHITE PILL WITH APO 11-2 OR APO T1-2, SCORED ON THE OTHER SIDE

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Your second imprint was correct, it is a T. This pill is Tizanidine 2mgs, a generic for Zanaflex. This is a muscle relaxant.

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