Oblong Greyish Pill With A Letter A F On One Side And Silver On Other

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it is an oblong greyish pill with the letter A and F on one side and the word SILVER on the other side. was told it was winstrol?



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Kate Says:

Found an oblong light greyish pill with silver on one side and A F on the other side. What is it.

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Mike Says:

That´s funny, i just found some myself and i'm googling them....

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Boxhead Says:

Old post, but perhaps my response will help others. It is a Centrum Silver brand multivitamin. There are different types with slightly variations in the strengths of certain vitamins and ingredients, some for men over 50, women over 50, men under 50 etc. Not sure which one it is but that is definitely a Centrum multi.

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Verwon Says:

Boxhead's identification is correct.

This is just one of the Centrum Silver products that are available over the counter. There are several, so I am still not sure which one this is, but it is basically harmless, unless someone would take too much, isn't supposed to take it due to some medical condition, or is allergic to it.

Learn more Vitamin details here.

They are just a very good multi-vitamin.

Are there any questions or comments?

And just to add an additional note, products like these are often passed off as anabolic steroids, narcotic opiates, or whatever drug of choice someone wants to buy, since the imprints on OTC items aren't logged in any databases, so it can be hard for the person to figure out they were duped, until they actually take it.

Thus, never buy anything and take it, if you aren't sure what it is and never take a prescription medication that hasn't been prescribed by your doctor.


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