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cot 137

white round pill cot 137 ## The pill in description is marked Cor 137 and is noted to be Pilocarpine (5 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## The pill is round, and has a icon of a dog or lion, and on the back there is the number 137. who can tell me what this is? ## I also got this, have you found what is it? ## Hi, I just found the same pill wrapped in some baking paper. And it is also has a faint orange color. From what I have already read on the internet it is "Molly" but I am not certain. I would be grateful if you could share your knowledge if you ever found out what is was.

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Image of Pilocarpine

does anyone have any image of this pill white small tablet with 54 on top and 647 on bottom its Pilocarpine 5mg, I've look everywhere on this computer. thanks!! ## No, I'm sorry, I don't have an image to post for you due to copyright reasons, however, that is the correct description of the tablet. It's round, white with the 54 over 647 on one side and blank on the other. Have you tried just doing a google search for the tablet?

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What Kind Of Pill Is A Little White Tablet With 54 On Top And 647 Bottom Same Side

what kind of pill is a small white tablet nothing on one side and 54 on top and 647 on the bottom. ## what kind of pill is a small white tablet nothing on one side and 54 on top and 647 on the bottom. ## The white pill in description marked 54 647 is noted to be Pilocarpine hcl (5 mg). Pilocarpine has been used in the treatment of chronic open-angle glaucoma and acute angle-closure glaucoma for over 100 years. It is often used as an antidote for scopolamine, atropine, and hyoscyamine poisoning as well. In ophthalmology Pilocarpine is also used to reduce the possibility of glare at night from lights if the patient underwent implantation of phakic intraocular lenses; the use of Pilocarpine would reduce the size of the pupils, relieving these symptoms. Pilocarpine is also used to treat dry...

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pain medication...don't know name

SMALL WHITE TABLET WITH THE LETTERS COr127 on one side ## I dont know of that imprint COR127, but I have seen an imprint COR137. If the pill has 137 instead of 127 then that drug is Pilocarpine. Hopefully that one's a match for you. ## do you know what a whit pill with cor127 is or how can i find out ## COR 127 is 50 mg Tramadol

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