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Round white pill with GG on top and 772 on the buttom, pill is the size of a dime and thinck as 1/4 inch.

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Verwon Says:
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This is Glipizide 10mgs, a generic for Glucotrol XL. This is a med taken by diabetics to help control their blood sugar levels.

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