the size of the pill is about the size of the tip of your finger pinky how would I find out what type of pills this is
I have a small white round pill with no identification numbers or letters on it?
- 6 Aug 2013 by TrickyTricky
6 Aug 2013
The pharmacist wont know what it is either. Pills with no markings are usually supplements of some kind-vitamins or minerals or a substance sold as a supplement. All drugs in the US, prescription or OTC, must have identifying markings. Supplements are not subject to this rule since they are supplemental food products. This includes vitamins, minerals, herbs, things like melatonin, chromium picolinate, etc. The only way to truly know what it is is to have a chemical analysis done on it which would be very expensive.
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