Round Light Blue Pill R 120

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Light Blue With Fancy R

found this pill in nephews room. Round has a fancy capital are on one side and a split with 120 on lower half on the opposite side. ## I haven't come across a definitive match for this pill, but I have a hunch that it's manufactured by Actavis pharma, since their logo is that of a fancy "R", usually followed by three numbers. You can get a visual of what I'm referring to here: actavis.us/en/products/group.htmname=IsosorbideMononitrateTabletsUSP If this logo matches your "R", then I would suggest contacting their company directly to verify which of their products this might be. I hope this helps! ## Very late answer but it us xanax 1mg scored blue ...

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unidentified perscription drug

I found a white oblong perscription drug with an imprint of L374 in my son's pocket and need help identifying it? Concerned mom ## what youve got is a good old over-the-counter store brand non-asprin pain reliever. sorry your dreams of sending junior to rehab are crushed. better luck next time. ## anytha=ing with an l on it is otc, lol so sorry ## I found a little round light blue pill, it has on one side 10/120 other side blank also found little white round pill a little larger than the light blue one, that has ____66_______ 771 any way it is just like that on one side and nothing on the other can u identify these two pills they were found in a friends yard!!! ## I found a little round light blue pill, it has on one side 10/125other side blank also found little white round pill a l... ...

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