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Need some help identifying a small round pill with an E on one side
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    Chimongo is offline New Member
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    Default Need some help identifying a small round pill with an E on one side

    Hello, yesterday I noticed that the pills in my prescription bottle did not match the description given on the outside. The pills were supposed to be blue, oval xanax. Instead, I found a small, round, off-color white/light yellow pill with an uppercase E imprinted on one side and nothing on the other. The pill is hard, tightly pressed. The pharmacy where I got the prescription filled told me they did not keep these pills behind their counter. It is highly probable a recently evicted roommate switched the pills sometime in the past 2 weeks. He is not answering my calls.

    I took 2 of these pills before it dinged that something was wrong. The effects feel like a mild sedative, if that information helps in any way. I have searched the internet for hours without finding a single picture to match the pills in my bottle. My ex-roomate had a mother who passed from cancer not long ago, so he probably had access to any pills the may prescribe for breast cancer. As of now I have no definitive proof of him switching the pills, but it is highly likely.

    Thank you for your time.

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    An update, the E on the pill (as well as the shape) matches Excedrin. The only problem is the color. Thanks

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    There are many way to identify the Drugs Pills. Enter the imprint code on the medication, (example the numbers and/or the letters on the side of the pill or tablet).Select the color of the pill in the pull-down menu above .Select the shape of the pill in the pull-down menu above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcPierre View Post
    There are many way to identify the Drugs Pills. Enter the imprint code on the medication, (example the numbers and/or the letters on the side of the pill or tablet).Select the color of the pill in the pull-down menu above .Select the shape of the pill in the pull-down menu above.
    I agree with the above suggestion and this really good method to identify the pills.

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