Green Football Shaped Pill S902 On It

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xanax green football shape
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s902 ## Located a match to a green elliptical shaped pill with S902 on it, it's Alprazolam 1 mg. Alprazolam is primarily used to treat moderate to severe anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety disorder) and panic attacks, and is used as an adjunctive treatment for anxiety associated with moderate depression. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Yea so are they the same. As the oval blue ones I just to get. They seem weaker. But there both 1mgs ## Sarah; A very large number of pharmacuetical companies that make generic drugs (such as Xanax/Alprazolam---as well as other drugs) do not have the high quality control than the company that makes the brand name products. The FDA gives the trade name co... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Tue, Nov 18 '14, 5:49 PM
s902 xanax green football cause unexplain bruises
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Unexplained bruised skin since the green football shaped ## That is a very rare side effect and you might want to bring this up with your MD ## @Jocelyn, I think Eddy could be right about this being rare, as I'm not seeing 'bruises' specifically listed on general drug monographs. Information I'm finding on pubmedhealth shows that "blistering, crusting, irritation, itching, peeling, or reddening of the skin" is related to an allergic reaction. However, in this case it sounds like something else altogether. A couple of the other symptoms I noticed on their side effect list are "hives or welts" and "yellow skin". Do your bruises have a yellow tinge to them? At any rate, I agree that you should probably bring this up with your doctor if it has become ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Thu, Sep 25 '14, 4:35 PM
Alprazalam light green S902?
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I to just got the oval shaped green football shaped Xanax and I immediately felt something wasn't right. It seems to me that I still felt a lot of anxiety after taking one and that's highly unusual. I've been taking benzos for 20 years and always can take one and my anxiety goes away within 15 minutes or less. They also hasn't ever made me sleepy however these green with s 903 seems to just make me sleepy. Just seems like a totally different medication than the Xanax I've always taken. Does anyone have any facts about this? Thanks. ## The only Alprazolam that I ever complained about and this was 20 years ago and I'm not sure who manufactured it was the light green footballs. At this point I have so many different kinds and just accept that each pill can vary plus... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Tue, Dec 15 '15, 1:17 PM

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