Small Round Yellow Pill Capital L Only On 1 Side Engraved

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I've got a small yellow pill with only a capital L on one side and it's engraved (not black print) and its really small like a roxi. I've seen people say aspirin but it's way smaller than any aspirin I've ever seen myself or online...SO ITS NOT ASPIRIN....please help

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Mbw Says:
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Did you ever figure out what it was? I can't find it any where.

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David Says:

My research also leads to the same dead ends, leaving aspirin as the one and only pill listed here online that fits this type of description (despite the engraved L being different). Here's my thought - Maybe aspirin is both the engraved version as well as the black inked version? I don't know how small baby aspirin is, but a lab analysis may be the only way to know for certain what it really contains...

Where did you get it from?

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Brandon Says:
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It's low dose aspirin. Low dose aspirin is very small. I'm looking at one right now and it's exactly what you're describing

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StinaCTtech Says:
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It is a baby aspirin. I keep them in my house because I have high blood pressure.

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Jayda Says:
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Hey I found the same pill in my room, so I asked my mom what it was and it is indeed a aspirin. But it's actually a baby aspirin that's why it's so small.

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Kenny Says:
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Re: David (# 2)

That is a low dose aspirin
I work in a nursing home. See them everyday !

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Vonni Says:
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Re: StinaCTtech (# 4)

Can you post a picture please because i found one just laying around my house want to make sure ny teens is not into pills

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Me Says:
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Re: David (# 2)

It is aspirin... From a first aid cabinet. I get them from the one at work occassionally

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