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Verwon Says:

It would be impossible to show you images of all of them, there are many manufacturers that make this in both namebrand and generic forms, and all will look different and have different imprints depending on the manufacturer and strength of the pill.

V4212 is not Vicodin at all!!

Just because it has the V on it, does not mean it is Vicodin, that is just the logo for Vintage/Qualitest Pharmaceuticals.

This pill is Methocarbomol 750mgs, a generic for the muscle relaxant Robaxin.

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the warden Says:

I found a pill in my childs room she claimed a friend gave her them and they were the girls fathers from the veterans clinic and was a vicodin? it is a cursive v with 4212. She told my daughter the bottle said it was hydrocodone?

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Moon Says:
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I have a white pill their is no imprint on it I was told its hydrocodone wondering if anyone new if their is hydrocodone with no imprint on pill

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ak Says:

have white oblong pill,,,no numbers but has a sort of lighting bolt in the middle of a circle..what the heck is it

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Andy Says:
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I found a half of a white oblong shaped pill with either 84 or 34 imprint and nothing on other side ?

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mama bear Says:
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I am NOT a Dr or pharmacologist but, I do know that all pills to be "legit" or "legal" must be imprinted to be sold in the u.s., not 100% positive but I'm pretty certain. Check with local professional, or law enforcement agency. It could very well be a VITAMIN. Be safe and have it looked into.

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Kristina Says:
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I have this pill i found from my mother is it true Is M367 really Vicodin????

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