Oblong Pill Ad 01

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Johnson needs Says:
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What is it it plain blue on other side no marking



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DawnK Says:
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Yes. Same problem. Oblong blue pill AD01 on one side and nothing on the other. Plain blue on back. No markings or scoring.

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David Says:

It looks like several other people here are also trying to identify this same blue oblong pill in the following discussion thread: Discuss/blue-oblong-pill-ad-01-280640.htm

I've yet to find any specific details as to what it might be. No one else has seemed to have had any success either.

Having said this, I think it could be worth while taking the pill into a local pharmacy to see if they have any particular way of determining its contents. Perhaps even a lab analysis or drug panel kit could also lend us some clues in the event that a controlled substance is present; so that may be something to look into as well.

Please post back if you happen to come across any additional pieces of information.


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Fc Says:
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It is Naproxen 220 mg ad01 blue won't let me submit question says it's not detailed enough


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