Unknown Pill Need Help

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MysteryGuy Says:

I have found a pill in my bathroom that I don't ever recall seeing. It is a pretty large white oval shaped pill. On the front side there is an imprint of a chalice looking thing (or a cup) with two little (steam shaped) likes coming from the top of it.

If anyone knows what it is please let me know, I have checked a lot of pill searching websites and haven't found anything.

If you need a picture just let me know and I will do my best to get you one.

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MysteryGuy Says:

Bump, still need to figure out what these pills are.

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Wondering Says:
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I found the same pill with the chalice and 2 stem imprint. Did you find out anything?

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MysteryGuy Says:

Sadly I did not find anything out about this. Still trying to myself.

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David Says:

In my research online I've stumbled upon "xtc" pills that look similar to this, in that they have unique imprints with different shapes, art symbols, or figures of various sorts on one side and left blank on the other. Analyzing the imprint as what I would guess to be a coffee cup, another thought is that it may also contain caffeine or a stimulant of some kind. I wish I could say for certain, but this is just a hunch I have based on other related descriptions. A photo may be helpful when comparing it to pill images on the internet, though I can't promise if it'll link us any closer to an answer. Where are you guys finding these pills at if you don't mind my asking?

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David Says:

Please excuse the question at the end of my last post. I just re-read the original post where it was mentioned that you had found a pill in your bathroom that you didn't ever recall seeing.

@Post #2, did you find yours in your house as well?

If all else fails I would encourage you guys to take it to a local pharmacy to see if they recognize it as something they carry. Gas stations also carry strange looking pills that may be suspect as well.

Hope this helps!

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kg Says:

Did you ever find the answer? I just found one of these pills too in the bathroom at my office and also cannot find any information on it anywhere online.

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Jen Says:

Re: kg (# 6)

It's a Youtheory collagen supplement.

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