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    Maloneysix is offline New Member
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    Default Help with pill identity

    Found Orange, six sided tablets which is imprinted with either N8 or 8N depending upon how it is held, AND White oval tablets imprinted with 657 on one side (possibly SCM on other, too small to make out)
    AND white oval tablet with M B1 imprinted. Cannot locate on Pill identification wizard...and I'm not real sure how to use this forum!
    Hope someone can help me!
    Thanks

    DAM

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    Hi Maloneysix,

    I think you've figured out how to use this forum. [8D]

    N 8 on one side (it has a "sword" or "cross" logo on the other side) is Suboxone. The pill contains 8 mg buprenorphine and 2 mg naloxone. It's used to treat opioid dependence.

    More info:

    http://www.suboxone.com/Suboxone/home.htm

    Sorry, I don't know what the second pill is - 657 with possibly SCM.

    M B1 is 5 mg buspirone, a medication that helps treat anxiety.

    More info:

    http://buspirone.drugs.com/

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    Maloneysix is offline New Member
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    THANK YOU KIRBY....
    your help was greatly appreciated

    DAM

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    This might be a long shot but the white oval tablets imprinted with 657 on one side (possibly SCM on other, too small to make out) may also be BUSPIRONE 5 MG by Watson.
    These pills are described as white, oval and scored with an imprint of WAT SON / 657
    The 657 is quite clear on one side, and the other side reads WAT/SON with the score line down the middle.
    The SON could easily read SCM.
    Just a guess...[8D]






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    quote:This might be a long shot but the white oval tablets imprinted with 657 on one side (possibly SCM on other, too small to make out) may also be BUSPIRONE 5 MG by Watson.
    These pills are described as white, oval and scored with an imprint of WAT SON / 657
    The 657 is quite clear on one side, and the other side reads WAT/SON with the score line down the middle.
    The SON could easily read SCM.
    Just a guess...
    Sounds like a very educated and great guess to me!

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