Found a couple little light blue pills, size of Valiums. They have a "10mg" on one side, and on the other side is just a score, nothing else. Anyone have any idea of what these could be? the only thing so far I have found online was 1 single post saying it was 10mg diazepam.
31 Jan 2014
I know exactly what these are and just received my prescription for them today. They are a generic brand of Valium 10mg that carry the brand name Apaurine. Most likely manufactured in Serbia or another EU country. Not to worry if you have never had Valium produced from this part of the world. Their quality control standards are very high. You will find the quality and potency of these valiums to be every bit as good, if not BETTER than their US made counterpart name brand Valium manufactured by Roche Pharmaceuticals. I am sure you will not be disappointed with this brand. Hope that helps!
- Valium Information for Consumers
- Valium Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Valium (detailed)
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