G4900 Tablet 50 Mg Blue

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blue oblong tablet G4900 on one side and 50 | mg on the other.

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Taking small oval pill with G4900 on one side and 50 mg on the other. I need this pill identified.

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The tablet being described is Sertraline 50 mg which is an anti-depressant generic for Zoloft. Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do...

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