White oval pill, G on one side, CM 40 on the other
- 4 Jun 2005 by Aesthir
I've searched the net for quite some time trying to figure out what these are with no luck. It's a regular-sized white, oval pill (around 1cm in width) with a large G on one side and the other side has CM 40 spanning a score.
Any ideas anyone?
4 Jun 2005
This pill is CITALOPRAM 40 MG
a generic version of Celexa
Description: oval, white, scored, film-coated tablet, marked "G" on one side and "CM 40" symmetrically around the score.
You will find an image at genpharm.ca
Info at http://www.drugs.com/MTM/citalopram.html
4 Jun 2005
Thanks for the quick reply!
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