Bright Yellow Round Pill With No Imprinth

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alicia Says:


i ordered ambien from a site i found online. they said they are from usa and fda approved. i received them today. they are supposed to be 10mg ambien. what i received are round, bright yellow pills with no imprint on either side. does anyone know if these are a form of ambien or the generic from ambien? i paid alot for these and im scared now to take them because ive never seen any ambien that look like this. there is no markings or imprints on either side. no score lines. just plain solid round bright yellow pills. could someone please let me know if they have any idea about this. thanks so much.



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Verwon Says:

If they were FDA approved from the U.S. then they would have some type of imprint.

If there is no imprint, then it is going to be somewhat difficult to determine exactly what you received.

I found images online for several yellow Ambien and Zolpidem tablets from other countries, but they all have markings, as well.

Learn more Ambien details here.

Did you try contacting the site you ordered from?

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alicia Says:

edclub.us this is the site. ive emailed them over 20 times and they have not responded once. the site did say fda approved and from usa but there are no markings at all. the package they came in was from a billy bateman, from oklahoma city. the return address said creative media marketing inc also. would you advise me not to take them or do you think they are what they are supposed to be? i paid over 200 dollars for these and im really upset. they refuse to return an email.

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vijayaraghavan Says:

are you taking this medicine on your own."scholarly reports from sleep medical clinics" advocate drugs for sleep and also found it to be as good as only placebo the side effects of the drugs and habituation potential "EXISTS AND TERRIFYING"see the doctor and make a note prior to seeing the doctor about the problems "DO NOT BUY FROM ON LINE SITES"

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Dope is Dope only if you are a Dope Says:

So sorry this has happened to you! In this world of ours it is sometimes very hard to find a doctor that is willing to help us with problems that we are having that is interfering with our lives which leads us to do exactly what you have done! If I were you I would call the credit card company and advise of the problem if you paid with a credit card! I would then either find a physician or a new physician if you were led to the site by a physican who was not caring enough to try and help with your sleep problem! Good Luck my friend!

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beth Says:

I ordered 2 weeks ago, and no package and no response to emails. how long your take to arrive?

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alicia Says:

it took about two weeks. and whatever i got is not ambien. i took one just to see and it didnt do anything at all so i know its not ambien.

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Typan Says:

Sounds like the same sleeping pills my friend gets in Tijuana, Mexico. She's been taking them as needed for years.

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Not a happy Jenn Says:

I receive 30 yellow pills with no imprints. I am sure this is not what I ordered. I filed a dispute with my credit card company tonight and I advise everyone else to do the same.

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Typan Says:

There are a lot of scam sites out there, specially for medication. Have you tried any over the counter options? Sleep-e, kava root, valarian root (valium is derived from this) for example.

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NA Says:

Yellow round pills from mexico are actually Cyclobenzaprine. They take the stickers off the bottles of flexeril/Cyclobenzaprine and put fake ones on. Taste both real flexeril and real ambien and you can tell easily.

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worried Says:

I found a bright yellow round pill, no markings at all and a slight raised edge. what could this be

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