Ativan Shape And Color

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arthur tan Says:
what is the color of ativan 1mg

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David Says:
The way a pill looks is entirely up to the whit and whim of the company making it, so there may be many different (1mg) Ativan pills on the market that aren't the same color or shape as what you might be expecting.

Locating the imprint on the pill in question is the most effective way to determine every detail about it.
Do you know what the markings on this specific pill are, or even the name of the manufacturer by chance? If you do, I can easily look it up for you and determine the color of the pill among whatever other attributes it possess.

Hope this helps!

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Paul Says:
white oblong a"v" on one side.and on other side I believe its6469 THANK youwas told its Ativan but not sure of strength.

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David Says:
Hi Paul,

The pill in description with that marking is actually Zolpidem tartrate (10 mg).

There is a cursive-like V on one side and the number 6460 on the other. I looked up Ativan, and it is a brand name for Lorazepam. Lorazepam has similar uses as Zolpidem, but they are two different drugs.

Zolpidem is a prescription medication used for the short-term treatment of insomnia, as well as some brain disorders.

For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below...

If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you.

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Roseroseprather Says:
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One is a round white with v on one side on outher side is a line down middle with numbers25323 the second one is white with v on one side an on outher side line down middle with numbers3325

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Sam Says:
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Hey I found these 2 pills with A on one side and a 1 on they otherside. Small and all white wondering what they are maybe ativan?

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Curious George Says:
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Does anyone out there know of any medication that would resemble ativan...very small and white.

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