What Does Fake540 Watson White

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Merlinda Says:
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I need to know what fake ones look like



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David Says:

Hi Merlinda,

Fake pills can actually be pressed to look identical to the real thing. So going off a description alone isn't enough in my opinion. It's unfortunate that counterfeits have gotten this good at tricking the population. But having said that, I think the only way to truly protect yourself from fakes is make sure you fill your prescription at a licensed pharmacy.

I hope you're able to find a caring doctor who can help provide what is needed.


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