This pill is small (approx 1/8th ") and square. It has a capital A on one side only - script looks like 'Times New Roman' type. I took them to a Walgreen's pharmacist this morning. She was not able to identify out of her database. What is this drug? I found them in the back of my boyfriend's drawer hidden in an envelope with no prescription label associated. I recently found out about his substance abuse problem. I figure that this medication is either opioid or ED related.
I did research and nothing came up.- Sorry.-
Well, if it is substance abuse it is more likely to be an opioid--- Because if it was for ED , at the pharmacy they would have been able to indentify it, so it is probably street made (home made)---
Be very careful and smooth and ask your boyfriend, what are they for, tell him the truth, that you are concerned, because you love him and do not want anything bad to happen to him. Right?
Take care and good luck
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