Small White Round Pill 59 D Imprint

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Joe Says:
The pill is white, round, small, has a slash on one side that looks just like the 1mg R59 ativan, but on the other side it has a 59, then what looks like a D which is at an angle to the 59.

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Replier Says:
I just got a refill for my ativan--except that my old bottle had pills with the R59 and my new one has the D59 that joe's talking about. Is there a difference between the two? Because I'm suppose to be taking the same pill...

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Replier Says:
Never mind; I called my pharmacy when it opened. They said the R and D aren't really R and D; they're symbols of the company that makes them. They're made by the same company, though. This company recently changed their symbol from "R" to "D". it's still the same ativan/lorazepam.

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Senor Gratuitus Says:
I think i have the same thing. I haven't been able to find the same images of this pill. I did find that the "D" logo that is at an angle to the small 59 is the logo for the drug company Actavis, which is the same company that used to have this pill with an R on it. I'm glad you found it to be lorazepam, as that is what i was hoping that i had. This pill was found on my bedroom floor, dropped accidently.

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This question has come up a number of times recently, and what everyone has said seems to concur with the other discussion threads. It does appear that the consensus for this pill imprint is in fact Lorazepam 1mg from Actavis. Does anybody have questions or information to add? If so, please post back. Here are some other topics relating to this: /topics/lorazepam-59-moon/

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Rizz Says:
So the R59 round white pills are Ativan/ Lorazepam anyways there 1 mg then??? I knew they were Lorazepams' just didnt remember the mg on these one's i usually get prescribed clonzepam or alprazolam.

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