Does A 1 0 Mg Xanax Have 44 386 On The Back Of It
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Beach Anderson Says:
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I have found a small, oval light blue pill the numbers 44 386 on the back of it. Is it a 1.0 xanax tablet?

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David Says:
 
This is not Xanax. The blue oval pill in description is identified as Doxylamine succinate (25 mg); Manufactured by LNK International, Inc.

Doxylamine is one of the many sedating antihistamines used by itself as a short-term sedative (for insomnia), and in combination with other drugs as a night-time cold and allergy relief drug.

Learn More: Doxylamine Details

I hope this helps!

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