It is a small white Triangular pill with the letters GP on it. I cannot find info about it anywhere
What is this pill - with 'GP' imprint?
- 29 Dec 2009 by aashy
- 11 February 2010
a google check came up with this answer (can't confirm)
It is made by Geneza Pharmaceuticals. Almost all of their pills are triangular and marked with a GP, the only way to tell the difference is by the color.
The white tablets are 50mgs Clomiphene.
This is normally prescribed for women to help with infertility issues, however, men have been known to use it to block the effects of Estrogen in their bodies and increase the levels of Testosterone they produce.
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