Small Light Green Pill With L2

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l2 green pill
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Oblong light green L two on one side line down the middle on the other side ## HI, Susie! This is an over the counter product that contains 2mgs of Loperamide, it is a generic or store brand of Imodium that's used to treat or prevent diarrhea. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. Learn more Loperamide details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Loperamide.
Mon, Jul 08 '13, 8:40 AM
light blue L2 pill
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its small with nothing on the back except for a line down the middle and it has L2 on the other side. It is light blue. ## I located a match for L 2, the only difference is the pill is more green than blue. If this looks like your pill it's Loperamide 2 mg, which is a drug effective against diarrhea resulting from gastroenteritis or inflammatory bowel disease. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Loperamide.
Tue, Jun 16 '09, 2:32 PM
Green pill, L2 imprints
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My pill is light green, oblong, has L2 imprint on one side and a score on the other side. ## This is an over the counter medication, Loperamide 2mgs, a generic or store brand of Imodium. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Loperamide.
Sat, Jul 28 '07, 12:30 PM
light green color, scored, L2 printed
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light green color, oval shaped, scored, L2 printed on it ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Mon, Mar 20 '06, 3:48 PM
xanax light green oval scored
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L2 on the back ## i found light green capsule sized pills with L2 printed on them in my sons room are these xanax? ## No it is for irratable bowl szdrome or the s***s lol if you wanna know or need to know what xanax looks like call me and I can help you if you think your child is on drugs 13xxxxxxxxx ## The tablet with the L2 marking actually contains 2mgs of Loperamide, the active ingredient in Imodium, which is most commonly used to treat diarrhea and is an over the counter product. Its side effects may include nausea, vomiting, bloating and abdominal pain. Are there any other questions? You can learn more Loperamide details here. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Xanax.
Wed, Feb 27 '13, 3:15 PM
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small light green oval tablet marked L2 on the front and scored on the back ## This contains 2mgs of Loperamide, the active ingredient in Imodium, sold over the counter and used to treat diarrhea. Side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, flatulence and constipation. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Loperamide.
Sat, Jul 31 '10, 5:11 PM
light green capsule shaped scored tablet imprint l2
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this pill looks identical to a zoloft pill 100mg ...
Updated 9 years ago in Zoloft.
Sun, Mar 30 '08, 5:16 PM
m l26 what is this pill
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size small; light green; M on one side ; L above the number 26 on the other side ## This is Lisinopril 40mgs, a generic for Prinivil. This is used to help lower blood pressure. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Lisinopril.
Wed, Apr 16 '08, 2:41 PM
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green pill with L2 engraved on it ## I found two small oval pills, light green with L2 engraved on one side, and a cut line on the other side. These were on the floor, and they aren't mine. I was wondering what they are so I may be able to find out who dropped them here, and then yell at them because I have a preschooler at home. :) ## Yes, you are correct, they are an anti-diarrheal tablet, a generic or store brand Imodium. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Imodium.
Fri, Feb 24 '06, 6:16 AM
Picture of Lovastatin
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My doctor prescribed me Lovastatin Light green, round,with letter E/number74..pill form Sent out for a mail order/a round pink pill with A letter M, Under a letter L21. Did pharmacy send me the wrong pill? Should I check with my doctor again before taking them? Please help. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Lovastatin.
Sat, Mar 28 '09, 6:25 PM
Levothyroxine 88mg
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light green - oblong tablet - small ## I have 2 different light green, oblong tablets, that both look lilke the 88mcg Thyroid I have been taking, but now I have 2 tablets that have different markings . just making sure they are the same OR NOT THE SAME. ## I have two light green tablets , they are identical except for the markings and I just want to know which one is the Levothyroxine 88mcg tablets that I should be taking. Markings are as such: L2 on some and are marked : M (front) and L/7 (upside down L) any help with this is appreciated... ## The one with the M L7 is your Levothyroxine tablet. Learn more Levothyroxine details here. The other one with just the L2 on it is an over the counter generic for Immodium, that contains the active ingredient Loperamide, it's used to treat di... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Levothyroxine.
Mon, Jul 16 '12, 3:34 PM
no clue what drug name is
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light green oblong pill, scored & L2 imprint other side ## The oblong green pill in description is called Anti-diarrheal loperamide (2 mg). Loperamide is an opioid drug effective against diarrhea resulting from gastroenteritis or inflammatory bowel disease. You can learn more by visiting the link below: Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns about this medication. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Loperamide.
Wed, Sep 28 '11, 6:44 PM
Who Will Rx Opana In Ralieghdurham
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I am new to Raliegh and need PM phy that will let me try Opana.My Oxy is no longer helping as much.I was a major trauma on April of 2000.In hospital for 6M and almost died.My spine surgeries started the end of July 2000.They would not operate til it was known I would live.Harrington Rods T4-L2 after 2nd sp surgery.Was on my way home from work,sitting at light on a 4 lane highway waiting for green light.Was in a conversion van.Was broadsided by one ton pickup with brush-hog going 85mph.My seat belt broke on the floor and was partially ejected through the passenger window that was up and was jerked back by the shoulder strap.At the same time the transmission smashed the front seat..I must not have fit well going thru the window cause my Rt side sustained severe injuries.My life took a maj... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Fri, Dec 21 '12, 5:22 PM

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