Pill Identity (Thread 179073)

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I have a small yellow tablet with raised heart on one side.
It is approx. 1/4 in diameter. Any help would be appreciated.



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Happy Trails Says:

Supposed to be a muscle relax. Small white roundscored with 502 on one side

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Verwon Says:

This tablet contains 2mgs of Tizanidine, a generic for Zanaflex. This is, indeed, a muscle relaxant.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Tizanidine/­


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Bald Eagle Says:

Oblong table marked 650 on one side
and OM on the other side

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Jim Says:

Small round pill on the back has a line to split it on one side of the line it says 30 then on the front it has a M inside a box so a m with a sqare around it is it a oxy or a morphine please let me know

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Edwin Galloway Says:

White/round with IP131 on one side and 400 on the oyher

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frank Says:

White pill blank on on e side other has west wgrd 450ivanhoe

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Marie Says:

found a pill on my floor

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Marie Says:

IP466

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Mar Says:

I found a small pill on my sons pocket. It has a raised heart just from one side, its yellow and small. Can any one tell me what is this pill for?
Thank you

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Sdreams Says:
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I bought xanax from overseas. It's white round with imprint N T on back has of pill has a nikey symbol. Has anyone received this or know if this is real xanax?

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