Orange, Round, Subutex, Dra

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KennyG31 Says:
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Trying to identify an orange, round pill with DRA on one side and a single scored line on the other. Thought they were subutex but can not confirm. Typical searches return Dramamine but when you look closer, it lists the color as white. Also, Dramamine spells it out as the imprint vs DRA. I have seen it listed as subutex 8mg once. Tried to ask a pharmacist, he couldn't identify it either. Please help - I need to know what this is I found in my sons room.



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David Says:

My research also yields Dramamine (25mg) as a result with an imprint of "DRA" under the following National Drug Code of 63029-904, except the white color and second score line don't match up as you already pointed out.

I see that Subutex is listed as a suspect in another related discussion thread here, but the post (#2) failed to provide any verifiable details that could be cross-referenced: Discuss/yellow-round-pill-with-letters-on-one-side-DRA-254188.htm

Is your son able to provide any insight as to its origin or where he got it from? Surely he knows something if it was in his possession? I just find it strange that not even a pharmacist who's familiar with all (if not most) types of pills could even remotely identify it. Maybe a second opinion from another pharmacist would be worth getting, though I'm a bit suspicious of it being either counterfeit or foreign...

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Gg Says:
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Omg no u found it first of all. And second bring in in the pharmacy.and look up pill I'd on Google. Duhhh

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Dan Says:

most pills ending in, mine / pine are usually antidepressants or antipsychotic medication. ask your son how he's feeling in himself or if he has or experienced some mental health problems. that's all I can advise. hope you and your boy will be fine.

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