Pink Square Pill With Sp On It

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Kelli Says:
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Can anyone help I found two types of pills I think there steroids but I'm not sure there my boyfriends one was a pink square with SP on one side an 10 on the other,and the other pill was white round with BP on it.Please help!!



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David Says:

Hi Kelli,

Based on my research, the closest match I'm finding is a square pink (scored) pill marked with BP on one side and 10 on the other. This is identified as Stanozol 10 mg; more commonly known as Winstrol.

Apparently they are produced by Balco Pharm; a company involved with one of the biggest steroid scandals in U.S.

I know the description above doesn't necessarily fit yours to the "Tee", but I do get the sense that they are both probably steroids, due to their distinctive markings and shape.

I hope this info helps!

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Mike Says:
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The BP stands for Balkan pharma. A steroid lab . I've used them before.

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