Light Green Square Pill M On One Side With Line Down The Opposite

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John Says:


My daughter has several light green very small square pills in her backpack. there is a large M on one side and a line down the middle of the backside.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, John! How are you?

So far, I've not been able to find anything that matches this description, however, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you.

Have you asked her about them?

Does anyone else recognize these tablets?

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Shawn Says:
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Hi John

I just came across your post, and while I cant-tell you with 100 percent cetainty what the pill is that was/is in your daughters possession, I can tell you that I take a medication eerily similiar to what you have described.That medication would be Xanax 2 mg tablets, a very strong sedating medication used for anxiety ( in my case) and a whole other lists of uses also, but its mostly prrscribed for anxiety primarily. Im not sure how old your daughter is, but if shes very young (teenager) its highly doubtful that she would be prescribed 2 mg of xanax right off the bat by a physician, and/or phychiatrist.Im no doctor so please dont take my advice as any credible medical advice, but iam a long time, dr prescribed user of this medication.Btw, it is in the benzodiazepine class of medications, and a closely monitored controlled substance.Your initial post was a few momths ago, so I take it you have already addressed this issue, but just wanted to reply as to what medication im pretty sure it was.

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