Round Pill Mp 62 White

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Pictures Of Round White 50 Mg Tramadol

I need to see a picture of a round, white, 50-mg tramadol pill. ## There is more than one on the market, since it is a generic medication and, due to copyright reasons, I have no pictures to post for you. I can, however, provide you with some descriptions, to see if any of them match the tablet you are questioning, so here are some round, white 50mg Tramadol tablet markings: M T7 AK 627 MP 717 E 311 466 WATSON G TI 50 319 cor 127 TV 58 T 50 Do any of these match your tablet? ## I have a round white pills with the number 3973 on them. I also take blod pressure meds tha used to be round, I need to know if this is BP meds or Tramadol. I used to take theTramadol as well. Some got mixed toether by mistake ## It is 20 mg Lisinopril. It should also have a cursive V on the other side. ## No non... ...

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can i give a pill description?

the pill is white, round, not real thin, on one side there is only a line on it and the other side says, 54 and then right underneath it says 543...can u help mE?> ## This should be tablets for Roxicet. Image can be viewed Here. James ## the pill is a oblong light blue or light green looking pill with the following #on it L438 ## pill is pinkish in color & has mp 35 written on it ## what pill has a 40 on one side and a E705 on the other? ## I need to know the name of this little white pills with on one side a white line that usual used to split the pill in half with E3. The line goes between the E and 3. The other side has a M on it. ...

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Cannot locate

several - small round pink pill - imprint on one side only M w/ sort of an overlapping P, 10 directly underneath. 2. oblong white - Watson imprint on one side, 698/200 on the other. 3. round white pill - one side blank, other side GG over 260. 4. small yellow pill - Dan imprint on one side, 5661 on the other. 5. light pink pill - the letter C imprint on one side, 86/62 on the other. 6. round white pill - Dan/Dan imprint on one side, 5381 on the other. My friend fell and ended up w/ 35 stitches across the top of her left knee. All these pills were 'donations' - am told they are mostly muscle relaxers, but before doing anything with them, I need to know what they are. Please help, asap!! Thank you, Robbie. ## MP 10 Pill Image This is Amitriptyline 10mgs, a generic for the antidepr... ...

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round white pill mp 62

Small round white pill, 5mm diameter. Letters MP and 62 underneath. Could you please identify it? ...

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 NDC 0904-6200
Atenolol 50 mg / Chlorthalidone 25 mg Oral Tablet by Major Pharmaceutical ## Markings: MP;153 ## Shape: Round ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 0904-6200-60


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