White Pill L1

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the pill is 9 mm in diameter, white, and has L1 stamped on one side of it.

I took it accidentally thinking it was my ACTOS (it is very slightly larger than ACTOS 15 mg)



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mraroid Says:

I need to know what that pill is also

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Verwon Says:

Is that the complete imprint from the tablet?

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