I have a round , white pill. It has a C imprinted on the top half and a D A on the bottom half but no imprints on the other side. Can anyone please let me know what it is ? thanx
What is this pill - with 'C DA' imprint?
Question posted by XQueen826 on 17 Feb 2012
Last updated on 6 July 2012 by pillzilla
Your pill is Diazepam 2 mg manufactured by Actavis UK. It is a generic version of Valium.
Described as: White, circular, flat, bevelled-edge uncoated tablets, impressed “C” and the identifying letters “DA” either side of a central division line on one face.
You will find more info on diazepam at https://www.drugs.com/diazepam.html
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