White Capsule with no imprint
- 23 Feb 2008 by stevenjohnjr
I found a white oblong capsule with absolutely no imprints. A friend told me that he seen one and it was a stronger version of a hydrocodone(lortab) pill. But can they do that with no imprints... Thank you in advance for the info:)
23 Feb 2008
No they can't, by law all Rx and OTC drugs are required to have an imprint. It's not possible to ID your pill without an imprint, sorry.
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