Gg 09 Pill

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Ktjphoto Says:
GG 09 Pill. What is is?

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Verwon Says:
Is it a white, oval tablet?

If so, I believe the marking is GG C9 and it contains 500mgs of the antibiotic Clarithromycin, which is used to treat various types of infections.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and non-allergic skin rash.

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