Oval Pill With No Imprint Scores

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Large Oval Purple Pill No Imprints for a woman
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A purple pill with no imprints or scores on it and wrapped on its own ## Are there any markings or names on the packaging? If there are no markings on the tablet, then it is going to be difficult to determine what this contains. There are several supplement products on the market, for women, that meet this description. ## Its a light purple candy coated oblong pill about the size of a jellybean no imprints/markings ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Tue, Apr 17 '12, 5:06 PM
small white pill with ML
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Small round white pill with ML imprinted on both sides ## Pharmacy ## Need to know what is a white pill marked ML. No other imprints. ## i found a small circle pill with ML on one side thats it ...it does not have anything else on it no scores or lines just the ML on one side ## ML ON BOTH SIDES NO OTHER IMPRINTS ## my psychiachrist gave me some of these dintint tell me what they where and it dindt have a label on it so Could u tell me the name its a small white pill round ML on both sides before that it took a blue oval pill Labeled APO and named somthing like poxaclone or somthing i cant remember but i know that my all meds labbeled APO made me sleppy and made me see things ## I Mean Zopaclone thats what i used to take But If any one knows the name of this uknown ML pill Plese email m... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Wed, Sep 26 '12, 9:14 PM
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I found this pill in my sons' pocket. It is white and oblong imptinted on one side LL 245. Anyone know what this is? I can't find any info on the internet. ## SUDATEX G TABLET This medicine is a white, oval, scored tablet imprinted with "LL 243". ## found a white oblong pill marked LL 723 on one side and nothing on the back no scores Ive searched on it and found nothing does anyone have any idea what it might be ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Thu, Jul 07 '11, 1:35 AM
white bars that has imprints xanax 2mg
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My family doctor has been prescribing me Xanax the 1mg blue oval shaped imprints GG 258 Since I've started having panic attacks about 2 years ago. I have a friend who says she can get the 2mg bars from the internet I think from Mexico for a lot cheaper. Since I have to pay cash for my scripts and times are hard at the moment, I have been giving it a lot of thought, it would save me money and they would last me longer since they are 2mgs. That would save me double if not three times the money. My concern though is I've seen many types Xanax but never seen these one's they are white bars 3 scores with the imprint Xanax on one side and 2mg on the other side it might just be number 2 not exactly positive. Have you ever seen these or maybe heard of them?? ## Couple things come to... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Xanax.
Sun, May 08 '16, 5:12 PM

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