Yellow Pill S 901

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yellow oval pill line down the center has a s on one side of line and the #901 or 106 depending which way you have the pill facing and nothing on the other side

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Crystal Says:
Found a match it's Alprazolam 0.5 mg, which is also known under the trade names Xanax, Xanor and Niravam, is a short-acting drug of the benzodiazepine class used to treat moderate to severe anxiety disorders, panic attacks, and is used as an adjunctive treatment for anxiety associated with moderate depression.

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Danielle Says:
So the yellow pill with s 901 on it is a xanax??!!!

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stewart robinson Says:
yes definitely

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nina Says:
its definitely a .50 generic xanax... i just got them from my drugstore..

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Dezi Says:
While I have been treated for anxiety I have used 2 pharmacies...for my scripts for xanax at the first pharmacy gave me orange oval G3720 and the next pharmacy gives me yellow oval S 901 what are the differences the yellow one seems to be stronger is this possible

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The only difference between the two is the manufacturer. They are the same drug and dose. If one feels different than the other it could be that the orange G's are XR (extended release) other than that they are exactly the same. î Thank Shiva for Benzos!!

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rick jones Says:
the yellow oval pill with s | 901 is without a doubt a generic 1/2 mg xanax i tahe the same medication myself, so yes it's a xanax

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Jimbolias Says:
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Do you like them? I just got them today too and idk if they work the same as the footballs or the round with 'R' in cursive they dont have as much of a kick

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Brandi Says:
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Yes it's Xanax but only .5 mg

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