Large White Oval Pill No Imprint

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large white oval, no imprint, just a line down the middle on one side



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Kelli Says:
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Oval pill with no writing, just a line down the middle on one side.

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Sunnysidedowwn Says:
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A white long and a little tick rektangulare pill with only one line which go downward. And just whithe and plane on the other side. It's nothing else.

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Kevin Says:

Hello,

While I won't be able to identify the pill for you with the description you gave I can at least give you some information that will help you narrow it down.

We can rule out the possibility of it being a controlled medication due to the fact that it does not have an identifiable imprint/marking which is an FDA requirement. Vitamins/Supplements/Dietary pills all do not have to have imprints so it is most likely one of these three. The reason I mentioned earlier that I would not be able to identify the pill with only the description is because there are just too many matches among these categories. With this in mind I do have two options for you to consider.

The first and most obvious is to think about any of the three possibilities that you or someone in the household has purchased in the past. Creatine, daily vitamins etc. If you are still wracking your brain and really want to figure out what it is you can take the pill to your local pharmacy and see if they will analyze the contents for you. If they can't or won't analyze the pill you do have the option of paying some money and sending it in to an analysis lab of your choice, simply search online for the company of your choice.

If you don't like any of the options above you can simply take the pill to your local drug drop-off located at your nearest hospital or pharmacy and dispose of the pill.

I hope this information helps. Have a wonderful day.

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