Az 234 (Thread 163018)

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Round white tablet AZ on top 234 on bottom

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gary Says:
what is this pill

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Verwon Says:
This one is very hard to identify, it is an over the counter med, most with the AZ markings are various doses of Acetaminophen for generics or store brands.

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James Says:
sorry to burst your bubble, but i do believe that AZ 234 on a white round tablet is a low dose of wellbutrin, or a wellbutrin substitute.

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