Round White Pill With Blue Specks No Imprint No Scoring- Found In My Home- Please Help Identify!

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I found this pill in my home and need to identify it quickly! It is round, white with blue specks, no imprint or scoring. Please help!



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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but if there are no markings on the tablet, the only way to positively identify it would be to pay to have it lab tested.

It could possibly be any one, of a large number of foreign medications or over the counter products.

Do you have any other information on it?

This one could even be a breath mint!


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