Pill Gg 107

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Verwon Says:
This is 4mgs Perphenazine, a generic for Trilafon. This is an antipsychotic medication.

Some of the most common side effects include: weight gain, insulin resistance and allergic skin reactions.


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cheryl Says:
Is there a roxicodone tablet that is small and white with gg on top then a line and l7 with a blank back side.

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