Pill With L 166
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lucia Says:
can someone please tell me what is a little oranish or peach round like pill is with L166 on one side an just a score on back??please help me!

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Verwon Says:
I'm sorry, but I can't find a listing that identifies this.

However, that is most likely because it's an over the counter product. There is a company that uses the L followed by 3 numbers on all of their over the counter products and those aren't required to be listed with the FDA.

Does anyone recognize this tablet?

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