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light green round tablet imprinted x/2 LL 10
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    Default light green round tablet imprinted x/2 LL 10

    Please please help me find out what this pill is, I found it on my floor at home and have no idea where it came from.

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    If at all possible someone can tell me what this pill is.
    I found it in my sons room, and I don't want to confront him untill I know for sure it's not tylenol, i buprofen or anything he had a good excuse for taking, and over the counter.

    light green, almost blue
    round
    x/n on one side
    LL/10 on the other
    scored on both sides.

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    quote:Originally posted by parent1243

    If at all possible someone can tell me what this pill is.
    I found it in my sons room, and I don't want to confront him untill I know for sure it's not tylenol, i buprofen or anything he had a good excuse for taking, and over the counter.

    light green, almost blue
    round
    x/n on one side
    LL/10 on the other
    scored on both sides.



    My mistake, only scored on one side "x/n"

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    All I can find is a round green scored tablet imprinted LL 10 on one side and X 2 on the scored side. So far I've have no luck finding anything marked X N as in your other two posts.

    LL 10 X2 is a Canadian pill:

    LOXAPAC®
    Wyeth-Ayerst
    Loxapine
    Antipsychotic Agent


    10 mg: Each light green, scored, round, convex, film-coated tablet, engraved "LL" in script over "10" on one side and "x" to the left and "2" to the right of the score on the other contains: loxapine 10 mg as the succinate salt.


    I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice nor is it an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.

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    quote:Originally posted by kirby

    All I can find is a round green scored tablet imprinted LL 10 on one side and X 2 on the scored side. So far I've have no luck finding anything marked X N as in your other two posts.

    LL 10 X2 is a Canadian pill:

    LOXAPAC®
    Wyeth-Ayerst
    Loxapine
    Antipsychotic Agent


    10 mg: Each light green, scored, round, convex, film-coated tablet, engraved "LL" in script over "10" on one side and "x" to the left and "2" to the right of the score on the other contains: loxapine 10 mg as the succinate salt.


    I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice nor is it an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.
    Hey, it actually was "x/2". now the question is why my child had Antipsychotic in his room. Do people misuse them? He does good in school and I've never had reason to believe he's using drugs. Although, I don't trust his friends.
    thank you kirby for that info.

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