I have a small blue pill with capital letter A on one side and blank on the other,what is this?
- 5 Jun 2011 by oldman1946
About 1 fourth inch square and 1 eighth of an inch thick
5 Jun 2011
I believe it to be an Altoid mint.-
Please click on the link to view an image (thank you to the person who submitted the image) of the pill:
If it does look like the one you have, I am glad I could help.
All the best,
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