Generic Ritalin Sr

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Tt Says:
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What do they look like


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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tt! How are you?

There are actually a couple on the market, manufactured by different companies, so each tablet looks different, they also vary according to dosage.

Can you please post back with the markings on the ones you're questioning? If so, I'll be happy to look it up for you to see what they contain. Thanks!

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Mike Says:

I have a pill that is white. It has a 10 on one side and an m on the other. It is round and thin. Was just wondering what it was

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Corey Says:
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Black or really dark blue with either LI or num 17

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