What Is The Active Ingredient And Strength Of This Tablet

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what is the active ingredient and strength of the blue and white tablet?



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junavie anne coton Says:

what is the active ingredients and strength for yhe white and blue tablet?

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junavie anne coton Says:

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Verwon Says:

Are there any markings on the tablet?

Just telling us that it is blue and white, without providing any other information, is not enough for us to be able to answer you.

There are many blue and white tablets on the market and you didn't post this under any specific medication.

Also, what country is it from?

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