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Barbara Says:
oval shaped peach color

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David Says:
Hi Barbara,

Based on the description provided, I found your oval-shaped pill to be Cialis (5 mg); although it is regarded as being more yellowish in color if that makes any difference?

Manufacturer: Lilly, Eli and Company
National Drug Code (NDC): 00002-4462

Cialis is currently marketed in pill form for treating erectile dysfunction. It has recently been approved for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension, and has been used for other conditions.

Learn More: Cialis Details

I hope this helps!

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