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Little pink with a line going down the middle ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Sun, Aug 01 '10, 4:19 PM
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Updated 11 years ago.
Wed, Jan 18 '06, 10:43 AM
red heart shaped pill
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A red heart shaped pill with a 100 on it. What is the name of the pill and what is it used for? I found this pill in someone's pocket. ...
Updated 10 months ago.
Sat, Nov 19 '16, 4:10 AM
Heart Shaped Pill - Pink
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I have a pink, heart shaped pill. It has either BPI above the number 20, RPI above the number 20, or some letter PI above the number 20. I have no idea what it is. I used to abuse pain pills, benzos, and other stuff, and I've never seen anything like it. Anybody? ## No, in all my years of researching and identifying pills, I have not come across this, before, either and I am not finding the imprint, or anything similar listed in any of our U.S. prescription medication databases. Was it found in the U.S.? I am thinking it is probably a prescription medication that is manufactured by MEDA, they use the BPI logo and are known for making unusually shaped tablets. For instance, they have a Lorazepam on the U.S. marked that uses a large, capital A on one side of the tablet to form the sha... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lorazepam.
Mon, Jun 27 '11, 1:19 PM
heart shaped blue pill
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heart shaped blue pill, on the back it has 100 i believe its mg but not shure ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Fri, Apr 30 '10, 12:36 PM
pink heart shaped pill
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with z ## pink heart shaped with gp and aline threw it ## is it a steroid ## Found a light pink heart shaped pill with white interior with no markings wat Is it ...
Updated 26 days ago.
Tue, Sep 26 '17, 3:57 AM
Small Heart Shape Pill
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red tablet, heart-shaped ## Are there any markings on it, at all? If there aren't, then it is most likely something that's available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. What is your general location, where it was found? That may help to narrow it down, since some products are regional. ## NO, THERE ARE NO MARKINGS ON THE PILLS. THANKS. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Tue, Dec 18 '12, 5:58 PM
white heart shape pill
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I found a white heartbshaped pill w / 50 on one side and what appears to be a z on the other ## Based on the description provided, the closest match I'm finding is a white heart shaped pill with "61" on one side and a "b" on the other. This particular pill is identified as Zebeta (10mg); used in the treatment of hypertension and other heart related conditions. National Drug Code (NDC): 51285-0061 I know this doesn't exactly match your imprint, but the markings and shape of your pill suggest that it may be from the same manufacturer: Teva Pharmaceuticals USA It might be worth while to contact them directly to see if it's one of their pills… I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Zebeta.
Wed, Jul 31 '13, 10:40 AM
Blue heart shaped pills
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What are these pills i found in my 17 year old's pocket? ## Hi macey, Based on my research, others who have this pill in their possession identified these blue heart shaped pills as a steroid called "Dianabol". It's said to be a 10mg tab. NOTE: they also make a point of mentioning that there's a score line on the pill as well for dividing doses. Dianabol is one of the most popular anabolic steroids, but also carries many risks. It may be best to confront your son about the dangers associated with this drug before it's too late... I hope this helps! ## THANKS - HE JUST JOINED A NEW GYM, SO COULD BE STEROIDS ## There are some supplements which also look like this steroid soo chill. It could also be that many companies are selling it legally with no side effects. ##... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Testosterone.
Tue, Apr 25 '17, 6:47 PM
White Heart Shaped Pill
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my friend found on the street a white heart-shaped pill with the letter S carved only on one face. Is it a kind of elicit drug or the newest type of Levitra? ## It's a German pill, it has the shape of a heart, it's bigger than the "Smints", it has a big S impressed on one side, it smells like mint, the packet is dark blue or black, the name is very long, it contains the words "kuesse", "nacht", "mond", "Suessenacht", "honig" or something like that. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Levitra.
Mon, Apr 08 '13, 4:53 PM
m v z orange heart shaped pill
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i want to know the indications of MVZ tablet.it is orange colored heart shaped pill. ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Tue, Dec 29 '15, 11:50 PM
L852 Heartburn Pill By Equate
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came in bottle of heartburn medicine from WalMart. 150mgs of Ranitidine. The prior meds I bought were same bottle, etc, however the pills differ and it concerns me a bit - the first pill marked R150 is pink - the L852 pill (second batch I bought) is almost the color of motrin.....I won't take this until I know it is the right medication. ## Yes, it is the same medication, 150mgs of Ranitidine. These are generic/store brand medications and they do not actually manufacture them, but rather have them packaged for them by a company that does manufacture them and this means that which pills are in their bottles can change, depending on who was offering the best prices at the time of contract renewal. They may even use more than one manufacturer. Are there any other questions? ## I questi... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ranitidine.
Tue, Jul 16 '13, 3:13 PM
Green Oval Pill for Heartburn
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Years ago my doctor gave me a big oval green pill for heartburn. I took it for several months and eventually the heartburn went away and i didn't have it for years. Its come back and i would very much like to find that pill again. Unfortunately, i don't know the name or any numbers on it. Just that it was green, oval and a big tablet. ## Hello, BJ! How are you? I'm sorry, that's not much to go on, so I'm not certain what it might have been. However, there are many good remedies available now, even over the counter to treat such issues. You can find both Pepcid and Zantac over the counter in name brand and generics. Some others available over the counter that also have generics out are Prevacid and Nexium. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and f... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Pepcid.
Wed, Oct 29 '14, 4:39 PM
yellow pill with raised heart
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Small yellow pill with raised heart on one side ## HELLO ## This is an over the counter 81mg Aspirin tablet, it's used by many people for blood thinning and heart health. Learn more Aspirin details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Are there any questions or concerns? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Wed, May 29 '13, 2:32 PM
white round pill heart imprint
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What is it called,what os in it, and what are the. Side affects ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Jan 30 '16, 1:31 AM
Pink Pill Heart Shaped marked GP
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Pink heart shaped pill marked GP on one side with a line through the middle on the other. I was told it is cytomel T3 medication. ## They don't provide a description of the tablets, but the GP marking is used on all products manufactured by Geneza Pharmaceuticals and they do make a generic Cytomel tablet that contains 25mcgs of Liothyronine, used to treat Thyroid disorders. Where was it found/obtained? You can learn more about the medication here: ...
Updated 6 years ago in Cytomel.
Sat, Jul 30 '11, 11:53 AM
Small Heart Green Pill What Is It
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use in gym to remove fatigue and boost energy. ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Apr 29 '13, 3:10 AM
green round pill with heart logo
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Found small aqua green pill on my bench with a heart logo on 1 side and 2 triangle shapes on the other. Not mine and i hav sml kids who could hav got to it can u tell me what it is? ## I have no idea but im telling you now, Ive never heard of any pharmaceutical company that stamps hearts on pills. Most likely its molly or something in that class. ## Hi suzie, Based on my research I think Kevin may be on to something with his guess on molly. I actually came across a photo of round light green pill with an embedded heart logo on one side and a score on the other; which was also identified as such. I'm not sure about the triangle shapes you mentioned, but a few things to take note of in this particular pill are the texture (i.e. chalky?), smell, and even the taste or dimensions if you ... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Stroke.
Tue, Feb 28 '17, 5:32 PM
 HeartCare Hawthorn, Crataegus laevigata
Crataegus laevigata, known as the midland hawthorn,[2] English hawthorn,[2] woodland hawthorn[2] or mayflower, is a species of hawthorn native to western and central Europe, from Great Britain (where it is largely confined to lowland ancient woodland[3]) and Spain east to the Czech Republic and Hungary. It is also present in North Africa. The species name is sometimes spelt C levigata,[4] but the original orthography is C lævigata.[5][6] It is a large shrub or small tree growing to 8 met...
heart prob
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sir, in 2011 i had Angio plasty at india, my doctor given presicription daily one plaviz 75 mg,Egosprin 150 mg, (for B/P) Amlodine 10.mg, pantoprazolet tab 40 mg, nebicard 5 mg and night Crestor 10.mg, Repace for(B/P) 50.mg and Ativan 2 mg(for Sleeping). The above medicines till today I am taking. now i am living at united states, but i am gettin the above medicine from india. please advice me any problums for me above medicine. ## Do you have a doctor here in the U.S. that you are seeing? Have you been checking your blood pressure and heart regularly? Not all medications and dosages will continue to work for you forever. In most cases your body eventually gets used to the dose that you've been taking for awhile or becomes too used to a medication for it to be effective anymore. Thu... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Crestor.
Sat, Feb 09 '13, 11:20 PM

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