Trying To Identify A Small White Round Pill That Dissolves Under Tongue

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Jessie Says:
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I was told it was some sort of subutex. But I still haven't found out exactly what this pill is. It's a small white round pill. One side it has a line through it, almost dividing it in half. One the other side it has a mushroom like, T symbol. Some might even say it looks like a lamp. Please help!

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Verwon Says:
Hello, Jessie! How do you know it's a sublingual tablet?

I've gone through all the available pictures and descriptions of Subutex/Suboxone and their generics, but didn't find anything that matches this description.

Where was it found?

Does anyone else recognize this tablet?

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need help with identity Thx either way Says:
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Pill marked with a C on one side and a 30 marked on oppiste side its supposed to be generic hrdrocodone 30 mgs opiate pain med... Please help worst tooth ache pain... And cant afford another er visit.. My copay is non applicable i already used my 3 visits tgats how bad my tooth,is,and tgeurs still close to two Weeks left before the month is over :'(

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Chantee Blair Says:
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Google the pill , it'll tell you what it is..

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Herbie Says:
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Call the "Drug & Poison Center". They can & will answer any question you have about any medication & are happy to do it to keep you from taking something you should not be taking.!.!.!

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