What kind of pill is small, white, round, not scored NO imprint?
- 15 Oct 2010 by karrenp12
- soma, muscle pain, carisoprodol, pill id
Prescription bottle from Mexico states it's carisoprodol, pills are very small, plain white with NO imprint or score>
17 Oct 2010
Unfortunately we can't id any pill on line without an imprint.
Your pill could be what the bottle says but then again it might not be.
Unless you know for certain, don't take it.
25 Oct 2010
If the pill is REALLY tiny and has a thickness of around half its diameter, it could very likely be "NutraSweet". I would give it a little lick on the tip of your tounge (where your sweet taste buds are located). If its sicky-sweet and has an lingering aftertaste then that may be it... Hope that helps
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