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What is the strength of a diazepam marked D 53 LOGO?

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kaismama 19 Oct 2013

D 51 and D 52 are diazepam, generic for valium. D 53 is tamsulosin.

rosemaryb22 21 Oct 2013

Wow, really? I'm still not sure because they belong to my neighbor who is an elderly female and she has asked me to verify the strength of her 'Diazepam' because she has so many 5mg's, 10mg's, and even 20mg's (that are a similar greenish color), and she has these particular pills in an old parsley jar. She put a home made label on it saying, "Diazepam, 10mg", but has asked to me double check since they are obviously kind of old and she isn't completely sure that they are not 20mg's. I have told her that I couldn't locate them on the pill identifier, and when I asked they have been thought to be 'Tamsulosin'. She is sure there is no way this is possible so I am back at square one.

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