This pill could be split into quarters; it's got three "cuts" for lack of a better description. It's long, rectangular, white, and skinny. The first quarter is blank, the next quarter has a 1 imprinted on it, the third quarter is blank, and the last quarter has a 1 imprinted on it. The other side has no numbers, letters or anything imprinted in it; it's blank but for the "cuts" which allows the pill to be quartered. What is it? Thanks to anyone who could help...
What is this pill that could be quartered; it's long, rectangular, white, and skinny and has?
- 15 Oct 2012 by madonnarachel
- 17 December 2017
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The FDA requires for the pills/caplets/capsules, etc. to have an imprint, prescription and non prescription.
Besides without the imprint it is impossible to identify the pill online.
Perhaps if you take it to your local pharmacy, they may be able to help you.
Best of luck,
It could be Alprozolam 2mg.
I haven't seen an image but the info provided to the FDA is the following
2 mg (white, oblong, biconvex, uncoated tablets, debossed with “1”, “1” on one side and having three breakline on both the sides)
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