The "Lomotil" I received overseas from Thailand, is small round pill with only Searle on one side, not any imprint on other side. They come in metal blister packs of 20, no plastic. How do I know it is real.
I have been trying to confirm that what you bought is actually Lomotil, but I can not find a single shred of evidence stating that they in fact are what they say they are.
I do not know how helpful it would be to take it to a pharmacy, but you have nothing to lose, so you might as well try it.
Best of luck,
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