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UNKNOWN PILL - NEED HELP TO IDENTIFY.
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    DrDunks is offline New Member
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    Default UNKNOWN PILL - NEED HELP TO IDENTIFY.

    The pill discription is...

    1) oval shape
    2) scored on one side ( not a sharpline but more at an angle)
    3) pink/light orange in color
    4) LB logo/stamp on oneside

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    European pill?


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    Nope, I live in the midwest of the United States. I did a huge search on the internet to see what this pill is and thought maybe someone on here might know.

    Thank you to anyone that takes time to post or help with this pills name and use.

    Dr.Dunks

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    I have a hunch that it's a heart/blood pressure pill or some kind of painkiller/muscle relaxer pill.

    Thanks again for any help.

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    Thank you for the additional info.

    I can't find anything similar in the databases and have never seen the LB imprint on any pill.

    It looks like Celexa (citalopram), an antidepressant - shape, color and angled score.

    Lundbeck is the patent holder for Celexa, and it's a Danish company. So I kind of thought the LB pill might be Celexa made by Lundbeck and sold in Europe. I know it's not US or Canadian Celexa but really don't have any info describing the original European Celexa.

    The pill definitely looks like a prescription med, so we'll keep looking.

    Thanks for responding that you are in the Midwest US! We'll concentrate on new US brands/generics.



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    Thanks for the help Kirby.

    I'm at the point where I just wanna eat one and see what the heck happens just for the sake of the hunt and what this pill is.

    Dr. Dunks

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    quote:I'm at the point where I just wanna eat one and see what the heck happens just for the sake of the hunt and what this pill is
    No, come on - don't do that! No sense risking your health.

    It really could be anything, and it could be dangerous.

    You mentioned a blood pressure pill - the shape also looks like Toprol XL but color is wrong. Not that the color means much - or shape even. Lots of the generic manufacturers don't follow the original shape/color.

    But it's very interesting since I have never seen this logo before. And I'm curious. Lundbeck is the only thing that comes to my mind with the 'LB'. So I'm at a loss here other than that.

    We certainly want to help >> your pill. But please don't experiment.

    Someone will know something and hopefully he/she will post. Thanks.



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    Anyone have any luck?

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    I believe this pill looks most like a generic of Remeron. Its deffenetly no Celexa or one of its generics

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    This is deffenetly not a pill thats in circulation in Canada. Ive asked a few pharmacists here. Im a 6 yr experience lab tech. currently becoming a pharmacist

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    Default it's a diet pill

    This is a diet pill called Lean Balance.

    www.leanbalance.com
    Last edited by heynowbnice; 09-11-2007 at 04:33 PM. Reason: correction

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    That is a diet pill...lean balance i think.

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