i found some pills that my niece wont identify that she has been taking and am trying to find out what it is
Hi Im Bipolar 41 male amd suferr fro ocd paranoia very strong anxiety attack insonmia and I aslo was an addict and and an alcoholic for 20 years been clean for 8 years ( tried almost every drug)... this is very strange she will not tell you what they are. Why?
Know with all the conditions a I have, I have taken so many meds that makes me have certain experiences, same with the drugs addiction issue. I do not consider to have all the answers ..if I did I would be a fool.
Know do the pills have any imprints on them?
how old is your niece?
does she have a history with drug abuse?
How long does th happiness , sadness and anger last, all these mood swings are unusual?
Answer all my questions please and get back and we on this site might be able to help you... know depenfing on her age it would seem like it is some sort of illegal substance and for that blood or urine test, I hope i am wrong.
it sounds like it could be methadone, not sure they are called wafers on the street, thet break them up and take pieces at a time, very dangerous pill, for someone that is not or wasn't a heavy drug user, or ask her if they call them roxies..good luck, or take it to a pharmecist they will tell you.
At one time I was on Buspar and it was white but rectangular and it was for mood swings. The most accurate way to find out is to call in the description along with all imprints and scores or better yet, take it to a pharmacist. If it is the methadone wafer she's breaking that is serious. Either way both the meds require a Dr. perscription to get and if she does not have one she has gotten it from the streets. Not a nice place. Good luck
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