They are white, round, small and on one side they have the letter m in a square outline and on the other side they have 15/ can someone help me?
Hi. The only pill I could find that was even close to the one you're describing is Atropine Diphenoxylate. It's mostly used for diarrhea. But there's a slight difference. The m and 15/ are both on the front. I'm unable to find another med as you described. I'm wondering if it's the same med because my meds change the appearance occasionally. The exact pill may be totally different. If you have time, stop by and ask a pharmacist. I don't want to mislead you. This med is a tough nut to crack. Let me know when you find out for sure. Your question interests me. Keep in touch and take care, ginacolgate. Anna
Are you sure they are white? These sound almost like Roxicodone 15's but Roxicodone (oxycodone) 15's are a very light green. Sometimes they are such a light green that they can look white on first examination. Try laying them on top a sheet of white paper and see if they are truly white or if they are actually light green. Mallinkrodt oxycodones are very light green and on one side they have an M in the middle of a square and the other side has a 15 above the break line in the middle of the pill and they are fairly small pills.
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