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white thin oval pill with CTD on one side, 200 on the other



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Ash Says:

Trying to figure out what this pill Is:
White, oval or elliptical shape with CTD on one side and 200 on the other? It's a tablet!

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Apple sauce Says:

tRYING 2 FIGURE IT OUT AS WELL!! THOSE R THE EXACT NUMBER ON MINE TOOO... HELP

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