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White pill with "sun" on one side, crosshair-type scoring on other
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    luke90210 is offline New Member
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    Default White pill with "sun" on one side, crosshair-type scoring on other

    I have a small, white pill a friend in Baltimore gave me. It is white, has the word "sun" on one side, and crosshair-type scoring on the other. I have NO idea what this is, and - for the first time - can't find anything on the Internet about it.

    Help!!!

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    Cats Meow is offline Platinum Member
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    I think it's from an India, Sun Pharmaceuticals, their imprints aren't in our databases, Indian companies are notorious for imprinted all their pills the same, I doubt ID is possible, sorry.

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    luke90210 is offline New Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cats Meow View Post
    I think it's from an India, Sun Pharmaceuticals, their imprints aren't in our databases, Indian companies are notorious for imprinted all their pills the same, I doubt ID is possible, sorry.
    Yikes. Yes, I was afraid that given my inability to find it anywhere in the 'Net, it might simply be unidentifiable. But surely SOMEONE else has come into contact with this before??? I can't be the only person in America to have one of these pills.

    If anyone else knows, please post it here. Thanks!

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    Default sun pill

    The pill in question may be "cabergoline" generic manufactured by the Sun Pharmaceutical company in India. If what the other guy said is true about Indian drug companies making all pills look the same, it would be impossible to be sure.
    The cabergoline that I have from this company (its 90% cheaper from Indian pharmacies compared to US pharmacies) comes as a small chalky white pill with "sun" embossed on one side and a single scoreline on the other. These are .5mg.
    Since a friend gave it to you, it may make sense that its cabergoline because cabergoline (which is normally used for shrinking pituitary gland tumors and in the treatment of parkinsons disease) is known for a side effect of increasing libido and decreasing a males sexual refractory period after ejaculation so they can remain erect and continuea to havea sex even after an orgasm.
    So a friend giving you one would be similar to a friend giving another friend some viagra.
    Just remember that taking unidentified pills isn't wise. Always know your source.

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