so very small and practicly non exisant. I know what a generic ativan looks like at .05 mg- they are TINY and easily dropped. what do you think I found? Also the is no score to cut it
I know from experience that there are numerous types of pills that are small and round and white, from different categories, such as atenolol (antihyperintensive), some doses of generic ativan (1mg for example, and it is a benzodiazepine), to name some that I've taken. The pill identifier comes up with (literally) more than a thousand results for white and round. Is there a way you could magnify at least some of the imprint, to see if you can get any numbers? Do you have any idea of what medications you may have used in the past that were small, round, and white? I would just suggest disposing of the pill, especially since you don't know what it is. (Just took a peek- ativan is scored)
- Ativan Information for Consumers
- Ativan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ativan (detailed)
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