Pd 622

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Crystal Says:

I am having a difficult time locating this pill, are there any other markings on the pill? Is the pill scored? Are the markings really PD 622?

Please post back so I can help you further.

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ANNA Says:

ITS A SMALL ROUND DARK BROWN PILL

THE MARKINS ARE
P-D
622 AND NOTHING ON THE OTHER SIDE

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