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dark blue oval pill.
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I found these pills in my best friends room. They were in an ice breaker container so she obviously didn't want anyone to see them. They're longish and sort of oval shaped. They're dark blue with a small indent on each side and a divider line. I need to know what they are. She may be upset with me but if they're something bad I'm taking them away from her and getting rid of them. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Sat, Oct 17 '15, 7:58 AM
identify blue oval pill
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This is a light blue oval pill. on one side it has the number 58 and then line for breaking and then the number 75. On the reverse side it has like a fancy V ## Sounds like a vicodin to me... fancy V? hope i helped ...
Updated 9 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Apr 05 '08, 2:45 PM
blue pill 93-7174
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I found a blue oval shaped pill in my daughters pocket. On one side it has 7174 marked and on the other side it has 93 marked. as well as a line through the middle to break it in half.. Somone please help... ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Thu, Jun 05 '08, 5:51 PM
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suppose to be generic xanax blue in color oval might be blue green number on the pill is L441 and on the other side it has a line down the middle to break in half ## oval shaped pill w/L441 on it what is it and what is it used for? thank you ## I'm trying to identify the same pill. Blue oval pill L441 on one side and a line in the middle on the back where you can break it in half. Please advise if anyone can identify this pill. ## This is not Xanax, this is unisom sleeping tabs you can get at walmart. ## Mike is correct, this tablet contains 25mgs Doxylamine, a generic or store brand of Unisom. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. You can read more here: Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Xanax.
Sun, Sep 13 '09, 11:54 PM
93 7188
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blue oval tablet with split line ## 93 7188 is 10 mg Fluoxetine manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals. ## Is it ok to break 10mg tablets in two? 93 7188 ...
Updated 3 years ago in Fluoxetine.
Wed, May 07 '14, 10:48 AM

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