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Unmarked Round Yellow Pill

I found a vial full of unmarked yellow pills, but they're more of a pale yellow color. They're shaped like mini skittles. Upon looking online for a bit, my first impression is that they are cyclobenzaprine. However, the insides are brown. Granted I've never really cut into a lot of pills, but the brown interior is throwing me. Any ideas? ## i found a bag full a small round yellow pills.... they arent brown on the inside... i seem to have the same problem identifying them. ## Same problem wtf is this ? old s*** i think ...

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help i found pills in my sons room

The pills are round pale yellow color & are scored down the middle. No other markings. I know he's abused OxyContin & wonder if these are something along the lines of an OxyContin pill? ## Hello, Jilly! How are you? If there are no markings, then it isn't very likely that they are any type of prescription medication, unless he has some means to obtain them from a foreign source. Unmarked pills in the U.S. are over the counter products, because all prescription tablets are required by law to have markings to enable their identification. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize these tablets? ## How do I tell my dr. Who is an internal dr. That we have ti either increase my oxcontin... I take 80 mg. Twice daily...oxyco... ...

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