small peach colored pill. bigger than a sublingual Ativan, smaller than a Rivotril with a "V' (or a chevron) on one side: marked "10" on the other side. I assume milligrams.
What is this pill - with 'V' imprint? A V or a chevron, as in a single sergeant's stripe?
- 28 Oct 2012 by howardfix
- 10 April 2014
I have searched for a match but came up emty handed.
One thing that makes me wonder is that Rivotril (clonazepam) by Roche is not marketed in the U.S., so the pill must be foreign otherwise I would have located a match by now.
Perhaps if you take it to your local pharmacy, they might be able to help you.
So if the pharmacy idea did not work try the manufacturer, I would but I am not in the U.S.A.
The military symbol you refer to, is the Cobalt logo.
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