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heather Says:

have u looked at pharmacy or book of pills

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jamie Says:

i wouldn't take it it is a conspiracy and you will die

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MedsChat Admin Says:
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The closest match which i was able to locate was a WHITE round pill with the imprint code M over 52.

Can you please verify at the link below if this is what you have?
http:/­/­www.ahealthyme.com/­DrugInfoAction.do?drugName=Pindolol&homeSearch=yes&caller=ahme&option=1&cpnum=489&monotype=full

If the picture is a match then it's a 5 mg Pindolol, used to treat high blood pressure.

If this is not what you have, can you please post any additional details about the pill, such as what country, web site, or store you obtained it from?

Hope this helps...

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amanda Says:

i have looked everywhere for it i got it off the street from someone and stupid me took it cant find it anywhere it is blue not white about 5 mg in size m 52 imprint on it

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MedsChat Admin Says:
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What were some of the effects of the pill?

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amanda Says:

dry mouth heart racing at first now a lot of bloating and pain in lower abdomen diarrhea got it in ga

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MedsChat Admin Says:
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Unfortunately still unable to find a definite ID for a blue pill with M 52 on it. It is most likely a foreign medication.

Here are some reported side effects of Pindolol [1], just in case you have been experiencing more of them:

Side effects that you should report to your doctor or health care professional as soon as possible:
chest pain
•cold, tingling, or numb hands or feet
•confusion
•difficulty breathing, wheezing
irregular heartbeat
•muscle aches and pains
•skin rash
•slow heart rate
•sweating
•swollen legs or ankles
•tremor, shakes
vomiting

Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your doctor or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome):
anxiety
•change in sex drive or performance
depression
•diarrhea
•dry or burning eyes
•headache
nausea

Out of curiosity, was your intention to take that pill recreationally? What were you told it would do for you? Just to make it clear, nobody is here to judge you in any way, what you do is your own business. It's just the more info the better when it comes to finding an answer.

Sources:
[1] http:/­/­www.ahealthyme.com/­DrugInfoAction.do?drugName=Pindolol&homeSearch=yes&caller=ahme&option=1&cpnum=489&monotype=full


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Pam bush Says:

I take it, it is Traline 50mg a sub for zoloft. One tablet will do nothing for you...

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