Triangular Purple Pill

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blue triangle pill no score
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looks like a big viagra its blue with 100 on it but has no score ## Blue pill with 100 on the side ## What is a blueish purple triangle pill with 100 on oneside and BL on the other side? ## There is a foreign pill that is marketed as Viagra that is blue, triangular, with the marking of 100 on it. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stuff nose, and priapism. However, I cannot find anything for one with BL on it, in addition to the 100. Does anyone else recognize this tablet? ...
Updated 29 days ago in Viagra.
Tue, Sep 19 '17, 11:17 PM
pink/purplish pill scored one side smiley fce other side
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Kinda pinkish/purple small football shaped. Scored one side/ kinda a smily face on other side, eyes and nose are triangular ## Probably an illicit drug such as Molly. Not sure though. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sun, Dec 15 '13, 9:41 PM
cefdinir 300 mg capsules
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can you take this for a tooth infection ? ## Hi, Bonnie! It's usually only used to treat some specific infections. There are others that are much more effective at treating dental infections. Have you consulted your dentist? If you have a dental infection, not only do you need an appropriate antibiotic, but you need to have the underlying issue that caused the infection corrected, or the infection will just keep returning. ## Hi, I found several capsules, purple/teal, which I know is an antibiotic. Can you tell me what infection this is used for? There are also several triangular pills, 0425 yellow on one side, US on white side. US. Can you help? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Cefdinir.
Tue, Mar 21 '17, 6:34 AM


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