Its small white round with a score horizontally on one side and the other side has a logo of what looks like a fancy D and the number 59
What is this pill - with 'D 59' imprint?
- 29 May 2013 by chelesysue88
- 3 June 2013
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Pill imprint Logo 59 has been identified as Lorazepam 1 mg, (generic for Ativan) used for the treatment of anxiety and related conditions.
It is the newer version of this pill R 59 https://www.drugs.com/imprints/r-59-7347.html which has the Actavis logo (like a half moon or a fancy D) instead of the R.
Description: Each white to off-white, round tablet debossed with the Actavis logo and 59 on one side and bisect on the other side, contains 1 mg of Lorazepam.
You can see what the Actavis logo looks like here: https://www.drugs.com/pill-logo-identification.html
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