Circular White Pill No Markings On Either Side

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Jimmy Says:


I found two white, circular pills, approximately 1/4 of an inch in diameter. I want to know how many mg they are and what kind of pill they are. I think they might either be oxycodone or percocet.



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Jimmy Says:

Also, they have absolutely no markings on either side. Perfectly smooth on either side.

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Verwon Says:

If there are not markings on them, then we can actually rule them out as being a U.S. approved prescription medication, so they likely aren't Percocet or Oxycodone.

All manufactured prescription tablets in the U.S. are required by law to have unique imprints to enable their identification. Thus, it is most likely that these are over the counter medications, of some type.

Learn more OTC drugs details here.

Where were they found? That may help to narrow it down, so we can find an identification.

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Sue Says:

I received pills in a blister pack from HAB Pharmaceuticals that say 'OL-TRAM Tablets' 50 mg. Is this a well respected company with a good reputation? Also, these pills have no markings if any kind, I find this odd. Are they truly tramadol 50 mg.?

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tdee Says:
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I found pills in my sons book bag. They are white round an kind of chalky texture like aspirin. Please any info would be appreciated. I never thought my son could take a drug

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Shanti SIngh Says:

Anyone ever head of the pill called Encyn 100? it's a smooth round pill with no markings on it.

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