Valium? (Thread 171986)

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david Says:


I have a little round pink pill with a & 33 on one side and a split on the other can anyone tell me what it is?



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dave Says:

I have the same pill that is pink and has &33 on it so if you find out what it is please let me know. found a bottle of them when I moved in.

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Tosha Says:

I have three pills i need identified
1st is yellow with 650 on one side and wo on the other. 2nd is white with 770 on one side. 3rd is pink with 93 on one side and149 on the other.

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nenene123 Says:

The yellow 650 pill is something called tramadol/acetaminophen. It has 37.5mg of tramadol and 325mg of acetaminophen. It is generic for something called Ultracet. It is not a narcotic but has been proven to be addictive. It is used for mild to moderate pain, and can cause dizziness, drowsiness, blurred vision, loss of appetite.
As for the white 770. Is it possible that it has a GG above it?
The pin 93 149 pill is generic 500mg naproxen sodium, generic for Naprosyn. It is an NSAID used for mild to moderate pain. Is especially effecive in relieving joint pain, some types of headaches.

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Verwon Says:

If it does not have the GG like nenene asked about and only has 770 on it, then it is Acetaminophen 500mgs, a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol.

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Bill Says:

If the pink pill with 33 has a little squiggle one it that looks like a fish, it's clonipen (spelling??) It's a sleeping pill.

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megan Says:

clonopin is NOT a sleeping pill!!! Its a benzo, like valium, its for anxiety, and s*** like that

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