Red Round Speckled Pill

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Round Speckled Pill
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A round light red specled pill with no marking on them. They are the size of an asprin ## It's most likely going to be difficult to figure out what they are, since tablets without markings are most likely over the counter products. Learn more OTC drug details here. Where did you find it? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Fri, Jan 25 '13, 6:34 PM
round red speckled pill That says Endo 048
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hi I have a round red pill that is speckled or spattered so the color of the pill is almost red and white and on one side it says Endo 048, im having trouble finding out what this is its mg and everything else any ideas?? ## Need to know what kind of pill this is. It's white, round with reddish specs. ## I've yet to come across any pills here that fit this description - However, I think your best bet may be to contact Endo Pharmaceuticals directly to find out if it's truly something they make or if this is a possible counterfeit? You can reach Endo's customer service department at 1-800-462-3636. There's also an email form on their webpage if you're not able to call. On a side note: I have seen phentermine as well as various forms of hydrocodone/apap fit similar ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Phentermine.
Tue, Oct 04 '16, 10:34 AM
Round Speckled Pill with diamond imprint
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I found a white pill with red speckles on it diamond imprint on it someone told me it was demeril from mid 1900s but finding it hard to believe ## I have my doubts that any pill would survive that long, since they usually start to crumble once they get old and begin to degrade. Learn more Demerol details here. That said, there is a company that uses the diamond logo on their products and they only manufacture over the counter medications, so I strongly suspect this is one of them. Learn more OTC drug details here. Where did you find it? ## A closed doctors office in a glass bottle ## Ectacsy ...
Updated 3 years ago in Demerol.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 9:23 AM
Round Red Pill No Imprint
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The pill has no imprint at all, is a dark red color (almost maroon), and is 1cm wide. I have found a couple on the floor of my closet and have no idea what they are or where they came from. ## I have the same question. I have someone taking several of these pills at one time along with a combination of other pills. I have no idea what this pill is and cant find it anywhere on the internet. It is a round/red speckled pill with no markings on it. ## Because this pill has no markings, it is going to be difficult to determine what this tablet contains, unless you would pay to have it lab tested, somewhere. If these are in fact prescription pills, It's highly unlikely that they are manufactured in the U.S, since there are no imprints. U.S. law requires that all prescription drugs have a ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Tue, Jun 06 '17, 7:58 PM
pink round pill scored no markings
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I can't figure out what this is. It looks speckled, maybe pink with red specks. Scored on one side, slightly rounded top and bottom, as opposed to flat. I cut it in half and put the crumbs on my tongue to taste it, no discernible flavor. Thought about crushing it for a larger flavor sampling. Not sure. That only gets you so far, anyway. It's probably nothing good, just a vitamin, right? My mom found it on the floor one day and asked me to look it up. I kinda forgot until recently, when withdrawal kicked in and I got my hopes up that it may be worth something. But I'm not gonna just randomly swallow a random pill with no markings. That's dangerous. ## Hello, Sefirosu200x! How are you? Yes, you're correct, it is very dangerous to take something that you cannot identify... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Mon, Nov 17 '14, 3:31 PM
Round red pill with a score line on one side & blank on the other
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I found a round red speckled pill with only a line down one side (no numbers). I would like to know what it is? ...
Updated 17 days ago.
Wed, Nov 01 '17, 6:09 PM
blue 10mg pill
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round blue pill scored in the middle with 10 and D on. other side is A with W on top of the A.found under my bed after a friend stayed. Please tell me what they are thanks. ## They are 10mg diazepam (valium) or fakes but valium none the less, it isn't a "W" it's "MA" together, commonly known as WW's or D10s on the street. If the tablet is clean looking light blue it's real. If speckled blue it's a fake valium made in someones "lab" . MA Holder pharmaceutical makes them. The D is for Diazepam and the 10 is the mg strength. WW or MA D5 are yellow and D2 white. ## I found a blue oblong pill with red specks and an imprint of 30 on it.... What is this? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diazepam.
Sat, Sep 24 '16, 12:21 PM
ALP stamp
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I found a completely round tablet with the stamping ALP on it. It is a speckled red on white color. The only thing I can find on the internet that comes close is Alprazlam, however noone ever has the color and shape that I do, and mine is not scored at all. Is this the same thing or something else? ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Thu, Feb 04 '10, 8:07 AM
White Red Speckled
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Found round white pill speckled with red and I-2 imprinted in red on it, what is it? ## Hi Lisa, The closest match I could locate for this marking shows up as a round white pill imprinted with I-2, (but not with red specs or red imprint). This pill is manufactured by Perrigo Company. There is also a reddish-orange pill that fits this description, but there is no white on the pill. Quite the opposite of the other one. This pill is manufactured by Major Pharmaceuticals Inc. Both of these pills are identified as Ibuprofen (200 mg). That said, I can only assume that this "could" be ibuprofen; but I would recommend taking the pill over to your local pharmacy to confirm this. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ibuprofen.
Fri, Oct 28 '11, 7:53 PM

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