One of my mothers pills looks difrent then the rest of the bottle witch is a bottle of Lorazepam. its white, round with the numbers 063 and has a little crescent or half moon above the numbers... I have went an tried the pill identifiers and wizards online with no luck at all. we just dont have the money to throw out her meds she has cancer and no insurance right now so I beg u to help me find out what this is.. have a great Holiday
I recommend you take the pill and the bottle from which it came and ask the pharmacist who filled the script what it is. They are the responsible party for filling the script correctly.
Pill imprint Logo 063 has been identified as Lorazepam 2 mg.
Here is a link to the info page
Actavis (the Manufacturer) have this year changed the logo on their Lorazepam pills from the old R logo to the new crescent moon logo. Your pharmacy must have just got the new pills in, which is why you many have a mix - ie pills from 2 different batches.
Unfrrtunately there are no images yet on the website to show you but I can assure you that your pill is OK.
- Lorazepam Information for Consumers
- Lorazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lorazepam (detailed)
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