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Updated 7 years ago.
Sat, Oct 24 '09, 3:33 PM
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m321 ## what is a pill with m321 on it ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill marked M 321 to be Lorazepam (0.5 mg). Lorazepam has relatively potent anxiolytic effects and its best known indication is the short-term management of severe chronic anxiety. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lorazepam.
Sat, Apr 24 '10, 3:08 PM
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m321 ## looking for id of small whit pill with m on one side and 321 on the other ## This is Lorazepam 0.5mgs, a generic for Ativan. This is used to help treat anxiety disorders. ## i have a cond. that is just coming into veiw it was on 20/20 persistant arousal. they have tried so many differnt drugs to stop the nerve from causing all this trouble in the clitoral area. i was put on .5 lorazepam for anxiety after surg. to remove cancerous cells in the vulva and when i take one of these pills i get relief of this horriable feeling for up to six hours. this has been the only med. that has given me any relief in all this time. i just cant believe it. they have been trying tegratol for seizures and nerve ending pain and many others with out any relief. im so excited about this it has been a ... ...
Updated 9 years ago in Lorazepam.
Wed, Apr 09 '08, 1:51 PM

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