What kind of pill is white and round blank on one side and a line on the other?
Question posted by Statesville on 15 March 2016
Last updated on 16 December 2020 by masso
All prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs in the U.S. are required by the FDA to have an imprint code. If your pill has no imprint it could be a vitamin, diet, herbal, or energy pill, or an illicit or foreign drug. It is not possible to accurately identify a pill online without an imprint code.
If it's very small, it sounds like Levothyroxine
Sounds like metformin 500mg tablet/pill.
Soma looks like that. Generic Soma(carisparidol) I take but there are so many!
Sounds like a generic version of aspirin. I have a bottle of those and they have nothing on them. It could also be a calcium supplement.
Only thing I know that looks like that is over the counter probiotics... like the nature made brand or whatever. If it has no imprint it's usually something harmless, anything that could cause damage has to have identifying imprints incase of accidental ingestion etc. Hope that helps
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