Small White Pill Half Moon Over 59 Other Side Scored

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worried wife Says:
please help: my husband has been sick, migraines, vomiting and stumbling, disoriented. I suspected maybe he mixed some of his prescriptions. I was checking his pill box and found these small white pills with half or crescent shape moons over the number 59. The other side of the pills are scored. What are they? I couldn't find anything online.

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Roy Says:
The crescent shape moon which you are talking about sounds a lot like the Actavis logo to me. From what I am able to see, they also have a white pill with a score mark on one side, and their logo above 59 on the other [1]. That is their Lorazepam 1mg. Is that what your husband has a prescription for? The picture on the manufacturer's site does look a bit different than a crescent moon, but if you look at their logo at the top left you will see the shape that I'm talking about. Sorry I don't have a 100% answer for you, but hopefully these clues will point you in the right direction. Can you let me know if you've found any other details about this?

[1] Actavis - Lorazepam

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John Harris Says:
I also have a pill of the exact same description but cant find a picture of it on the Actavis website anywhere.

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Michael Says:
My pharmacy just delivered my lorazepam 1mg and it was not the normal pill so i looked it up and ran into this convo. It for sure is the Actavis logo over a 59 imprint, and was delivered as Lorazepam. I too, could not find a internet pic to confirm, and noticed the disclaimer on actavis site saying pill pics may not be exact... good luck and thanks for the help Roy (Atavis logo, is hard to enter into a pill id-er :0)

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meeee Says:
Type in logo then 59 the moon shaped thing is called a logo

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mariah Says:
i have the same pill and i dont believe it is lorazapam or maybe its the wrong dose IDK but I had three seizures and went through rapid benzo detox it put me in the hospital

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Curious Says:
You didnt have a siesure from lorazapam, you must of been taking other meds, my Dr. Showed me the pill before he gave them to me they are !!!! White, Round, and one side has 59 and half moon, the other side has a score, 100% lorazapam:)

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cathy1888 Says:
These are Morphine 30 mg. 100%

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John Says:
It is lorazepam for sure I work at cvs maybe ur benzo habit was to high for 1mg of Atavan to make u feel better

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hammerthethirdsencondandfirst Says:
lol so this is for sure lorazepam? thx for the info yall this was not an ez pill to id and dips*** seizuring u need an mri because either uve abused benzos for so long that when u dont take enuff u have seizures thats a side effect of withdrawls off benzos the withdraws are just as bad as a severe alcoholics withdraws i just dont know if u can die from them but from but guessing u can judging by your ridiculous story

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curiosity Says:
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To 1888 where did u get morphine from? Its definitly lorazapam 1mg

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HBK Says:
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Yeah moron not morphine it is lorazapan for sure.

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313alwaysright Says:
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Google and type picture of a white pill with half moon and 59 on 1 side and scored on the other they will pop the pic up it is 1000%it is lorazepam 1mg and if that doesn't help u can always take the pill to a pharmacy and they can definatly tell u

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Lunagirl Says:
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It's def lorazepam!! I take the same ones!!

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heather Says:
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You absolutely CAN have some benzo seizures through withdraw! My husband has done it ask a doctor but don't give misinformation!

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High Anxiety Says:
They are generic lorazepam, no longer manufactured by Activas Elizabeth Pharmaceuticals, New Jersey. Sandoz purchased the R59 generic lorazepam, 2 years ago. Now the logo if ((59. I have been on the regular Activas for 18 years R59. Now you can't find it anywhere, no pharmacy will carry it. Sandoz is back ordered and no one knows for sure how long before they put it back on the market. Most pharmacies distributors no longer want the Sandoz generic lorazepam because its expensive. Am sorry about your husband, but it sounds like he took something else besides the ((59 lorazepams.

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Nurse101 Says:
Yes it is an Ativan 1mg that is what mine look like. totally!!! And thank God because that is what my prescription is for. Lorazapam 1mg aka Ativan 1mg

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Newave o Laredo Says:
A warning: Ativan once kicked my butt like nothing else. Bought some in Mexico, invited some people over for a pool party. I remember being very cautious and taking one half of one pill and drinking a small glass of wine. The next 12 hours are permanently wiped from my memory, but as I say, I was consciously taking it slow with the pills that day. Can't imagine that I would've just started gulping them down! Potentially unsafe at any dosage -- again, be careful with this medication!

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