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White oval pill imprinted with N2
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    Winnipeg is offline New Member
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    Default White oval pill imprinted with N2

    I have a small white oval pill imprinted with N2 (halfway hatchmark inbetween the N and the 2) and nothing on the other side. What is this pill for? Someone gave two to my daughter and said they would "knock her on her ass"

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    This is a Canadian drug, not available in the U.S. It is Lorazepam 2mgs, a generic for Ativan. Ativan is a Benzodiazepine, the same drug class as Xanax or Valium. Yes, two mgs of each tablet is fairly strong for this med, most people start at half a mg, so it would knock her for a loop, and perhaps be dangerous. If you suddenly take a high dose of these and your body isn't used to it, you can go into a type of shock, they can also cause respiratory depression, which in some cases has resulted in deaths.



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