So i have this small blue round pill. About the size of a pea but smaller. One side has the "M" on it and the other is 031. I have literally searched everywhere on the net and can't find match. It is definately not an R on the other side i am postive pleaseeee help me
29 Jul 2010
Since you have tried everywhere, perhaps we also shall be dependent on the net to look for information, in order to save time, it would be recommended to take it across a pharmacy or talk with a pharmacist who would be able to identify the pill, please do not take it, without identification, or before talking to a doc/pharmacist.
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