White Round Smallpill Gg 224

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Katie Bird Says:
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I need help now!! My neighbor swallowed a bunch of these, maybe 6 or more. He's acting as if he can't breathe. He can't talk and he's passing out. I just need to know what kind of pill he took. The # maybe off, I've found a 223 and a 225



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Verwon Says:

Okay, something I really can't stress enough is that if you are in fear for the health and/or life of someone, then contact your nearest emergency services department, take them in to be seen and for emergency medication identification, call poison control.

While there are those of us on this site that are happy to help if we can, we cannot administer life saving measures, if they are needed.

Additionally, without being sure of the imprint, in this case, it's a guessing game as to what he took. There is a company that uses the GG logo, for instance GG 225 contains 25mgs of the antihistamine Promethazine, but I can't be certain without knowing the imprint for sure.

Learn more Promethazine details here.

Did he receive emergency medical attention? Is he okay?

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Bob Says:
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I know this post is a year old but by the time it took u to post help could have been on the way if this was even a legit post to began with. People aren't on here for hours even days. Use common sense. I think this was a post of a bad joke. Could be wrong but don't get not a 911 call unless worried of cops.

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Pam Says:
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He's ok. His heart will beat slow but that won't kill him unless he has other problems

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