G, L10 (Thread 167249)

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Very small round white pill with CapitalG on one side and L10 on other. Would like to know what it is.

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Dori Says:
I found this in my house and was wondering what it was and what it is used for. Thank you!

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Kim Says:
could you please tell me what this is, I found this small white round pill on one side it has a G and on the other it has an L with 10 below it

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Verwon Says:
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This is Loratidine 10mgs, a generic for the allergy drug Claritin. This is the OTC dosage.

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ariadne Says:
i had found this also in my house and took some time to find out what this pill was its called Loratadine

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