Round Light Beige/yellow Pill Imprinted With Co On 1 Side Yh Other

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Riftzy Says:


In Seoul, Korea. Went to family practice doctor for coughing, thick, green phlegm, as well as pain from a torn meniscus. Was prescribed 5 meds. 1) light beige/yellow with YH imprint on 1 side & CO on other side (2x); 2) large white round pill w/ dividing line through middle. Above line is letter C. Below line is number 2. Flip side of pill has CJ imprint. 3) square peach pill w/ MM on 1 side & MT 10 other side; 4) white round pill, 1 side has line dividing through middle. Above line is ID, below line is LNX. Was told that 1) CO YH was codeine but could not make out pronunciation. Anyone know what these are? Need help please.thx in advance.



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