White Pill Imprinted With Rf 21

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Jozzie Says:
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I found white pills with RF 21 written on them in my partner's bag and got worried about the use of them. Can anyone help me identify these?



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David Says:

Hi Jozzie,

Could you be talking about a white round pill with RF 27 inscribed instead of RF 21? If so, the pill is Chloroquine Phosphate 250 mg (NDC 63304-460).

RF 27 Chloroqune 250 mg

I also located a white round pill imprinted with FR 21 (as opposed to RF 21) that's reportedly identified as Aspirin 325mg (NDC 0498-0113). Is there any chance that you accidentally misinterpreted the marking?

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nthabi Says:
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I found white pills imprinted with "rf21" at the clinic and I'd like to know if maybe arv's have changed? My viral count is undetectable according to the clinic and they told me that there will be a package that I will receive from the government. If so, is it the same as the arv's that I've been taking?

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Roy Says:

David, I believe that the imprint mentioned "RF 21" might be correct, just for a drug manufactured outside the USA.

nthabi - Can you please list what medication they were dispensing at the clinic? Is that the same drug that has the imprint RF 21?

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Lwabo Says:
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I found tablets in my partner's bag. They are white and round with the marking RF 21. Can someone tell me what they are for?

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Ntezo Says:
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Is this RF21 pill for HIV or what? Pls, can u guys help with this question?

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Daniel Says:
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I am negative, partner positive taking ARV.
Iam worried as we had unprotected sex, and blood came out.
She is taking RF 21 pill. Can i take some pill as Prep?

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