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ndavis Says:
small white pill says dan 5307

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Verwon Says:
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This is Promethazine 25mgs, a generic for Phenergan, this is an antihistamine used to treat allergic reactions as well as nausea.

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watson 3220 Says:
blue and white capsule

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