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what does generic ambien (zolpradim) look like?

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4 Jun 2009

There are a number of different pills. A selection can be found if you search by drug name "zolpidem" at http://www.drugs.com/pill_identification.html. Otherwise let us know the imprint and we can confirm what your tablet is.

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