Do All Prescription Pain Medication Pill Form Contain Some Type Of Markings

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biggreecy Says:


i have large smooth oval pill with no markings and scored in the middle on one side. Was told it was a lortab 10.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Biggreecy! How are you?

Yes, all prescription tablets approved in the U.S. must have markings according to the law to enable their identification, in case of emergency.

Thus, if there are no markings on it, it is most likely an over the counter product, of some type.

What color is it?

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biggreecy Says:

salmon colored

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