Teva Pills I Need To Identify A Teva Pill Please

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donna Says:


need to identify a small round white pill that has Teva on one side and the other side is scored with the numbers 3525 or 3925 it is hard to read they also have no coating



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David Says:

The white round pill with an imprint "Teva 3925" is Diazepam (2 mg). The 3925 is located above the score line on one side, with the Teva imprint on the other side of the pill.

It is commonly used for treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures, muscle spasms, restless legs syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal, and Ménière's disease.

You can view a detailed description of the drug, by clicking on the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Diazepam/­

Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug.

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M Says:
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White circular pill. Teva written on one side, 2907 written on the other side

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BRENDA D WILLIAMS Says:

ITS A BLUE PILL WITH A NUMBER OF 576 AND ON THE ANOTHER SIDE. IS TEVA

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tony Says:
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Its a oblong green pill with 4030 printed on it

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Yvette Says:

I have an oblong white Teva pill that is scored in center on other side with a number 22 on one half and a number 10 on the other half

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Linda Says:
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I found 2 small round Teva pills. Behind it has numbers 2003. They were next to my friends suitcase on the floor. She never once said she was taken medication for anything. Wondering if I should be concerned.

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Steve Says:
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Sa green pill was the numbers 833 and a front side it says te veva

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old nurse Says:

trying to identify a small round, light yellow pill by TEVA, unable to make out numbers on underside but appears to be 3926, or close to that. Any suggestions?

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Big Says:
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What is A white round pill withTeva 3595 not Valium

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