It is white and capsule shaped. There are no letters or numbers on either side. On one side there is a line that splits the pill in half. But no numbers or letters
There are always letters/numbers on one side if it was produced via a legitimate source. Compounding pharmacies only produce capsules not tablets. Those capsules do not have markings and only the patient knows whats in them. The pharmacy that compounded it would also know, but it would be difficult to find the pharmacy of origin.
With the description you gave it, there is no way to determine the exact tablet. If you obtained it from a pharmacy, take it back to them and ask them. If you purchased it from another source, do not purchase from them again as they removed identification markers. Either they're afraid of the cops catching them with the medicine and remove markings to protect themself. Or they are obtaining other types of medicine that are not what you were hoping for and are selling them off as what you wanted.
Either way, do not purchase prescription medication from anywhere but pharmacies if you want to know you are getting the proper medication. Be legal.
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