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small blue pill ## ZS 789 small yellow pill ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Mon, Jun 30 '08, 8:07 AM
zs789 little white pill
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a small white round pill one side says zs the other 789 ## The pill which you have described is typically read as "SZ 789". It is generic Ritalin, containing Methylphenidate 10 mg, manufactured by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals. [1] You can read more about this drug at: Hope this helps! [1] ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ritalin.
Mon, Apr 04 '11, 12:14 PM
small blue pills stamped zs
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small, light blue round pill, stamped on one side 789 and stamped on the other side sz zs ## oh yea.... sz 789 is methylphenidate 10 mg.... aka Ritalin 10 mg tab. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Methylphenidate.
Tue, Aug 12 '08, 7:57 AM
ritalin maybe?
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round, white SZ on one side (or ZS depending on how you hold the pill), 789 on the other side, scored down the middle ## That is correct, this is a generic for Ritalin, which contains 10mgs of Methylphenidate, it's most commonly used to treat ADHD. You can learn more Ritalin details here. Side effects may include nausea, headache, insomnia and nervousness. Are there any questions or comments? Is there anything I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ritalin.
Thu, May 16 '13, 3:07 PM
pill 789 zs
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little white pill ## I located the pill you described to be Methylphenidate HCl. Methylphenidate is a commonly prescribed psychostimulant and is indicated in the treatment of ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder), Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and Narcolepsy, although off-label uses include treating lethargy, depression, neural insult and obesity. Methylphenidate is noted as a drug of abuse, due to it's cocaine-like effects and addiction. It's potency should not be ignored. So also, please be sure to take a look at the abuse factors when overviewing Methylphenidate. I am not an MD, but if you would like to view more details regarding Methylphenidate, including information noted above, please visit the link below... Do you have any more questions or comments... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Methylphenidate.
Sat, Jul 18 '09, 3:34 PM

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