White oblong pill, no score, no markings?
- 9 Sep 2009 by Scurvy McRickets
i actually have never encountered an unmarked pill before especially a white, oblong pill without a score on it. i've seen pills where people have filed the imprints off but these haven't been filed. i've been looking at pill images and searching databases for almost 2 hours now and haven't found anything like it. any ideas??
9 Sep 2009
Unfortunately, it is not possible to ID any pill without an imprint. All prescription and OTC drugs in the US are required by the FDA to have an imprint.
Your pill could be a vitamin, a diet/herbal/energy pill, or an illicit or foreign pill.
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