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The pills are about the size of a baby aspirin but thicker. No indents, markings etc.
1 answer • 21 Oct 2009
... could they be? They look like coated aspirin but don't know
1 answer • 3 May 2011
Not sure if pill is in this catagory? It is white, oblong with a M< surrouned by a circle.
1 answer • 20 Aug 2011
Pills are about the size of an aspirin. Flat, square and white. A capital letter "A" on one side. Blank on the other
1 answer • 14 Mar 2012
I found a round, yellow pill. One side is blank, the other has the number 81 on it. Is it an aspirin?
1 answer • 17 Jul 2012