I am worried because the bottle has the name scratched off.
You got no answer cause there's nothing that comes up with a definite answer with that description. I tried googling the info, and I got allot of info on Viagra... You really need to simply ask your daughter, as an open dialog is always the best approach, vs. going behind her back. I hope that you don't take this in offense, but if it is something illegal (as is often the case when you can't find a markings online, and the bottle's name is scratched off), I hope that you can then discuss appropriate steps that are needed in order to correct the situation. Even if things go terrible, in the long run, you won't hurt your relations any more than is necessary (like going behind her back). BTW, the shape of the pill is also a very key ingredient in identifying the med. If it's an almond shape, then it is probably Cialis as it is coming up online along with the Viagra. If it's a capsule, then it could be anything, and if it's a round or typical pill form, and the letters are not crisp, then its almost a guaranteed illegal drug.
Please note that I am responding as a member of the drugs.com community. We ask questions, help each other (I suffer from fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, SAD, and PTSD) and we answer questions only if anyone knows or has experience with the given topic or drug. It's not an answering service, and I'm writing this to you during my own personal time - it's not like anyone is paid to respond. The fact that you're not getting an answer simply means that no one knows... as I more or less stated in the above paragraph.
From the way the question is worded, is sounds like you have a problematic relationship with your daughter, or you wouldn't be asking the question of the meds ID. As a young parent myself, and memories of doing stupid things only 15 years ago, I know how I wish my parents would have approached my drug problems. I wouldn't have been very nice about it at the time, but I can look back now and honestly say that I have ptsd caused by their poor parenting, lack of communication, and now as a result, I have to practically cut them out of my life. Growing up with a violent and psychotic brother, a dad with severe anxiety, locking himself away from us in the basement with a padlock, (along with severe hatred of us all that I still feel to this day - really)... and a family moto that is "(family name)'s don't have problems" is never healthy.
I know that I'm describing an extreme, and an extreme that is most likely not even similar to your situation, but not talking to your daughter is not addressing or helping anything, much like what I just described. If she refuses to helpful, and says that the pills are something that doesn't make sense, then just take the pill to the pharmacy and or her doctor. If it turns out to be an illegal, then contact her doctor for help and advise. The doctor will know if there's addiction potential and if it's just psychological or also physical. The doctor will also have ideas and connections that you may not know about. I am writing this assuming that things are in a worst case scenario. You're question stated so little, that I think that this is partially why I'm imagining the worst case possible.
Good luck to you, and I apologize for my life history. I'm only sharing in hopes that you can repair your relationship with your daughter, and that you don't end up in a situation anything like my own. I also apologize if I'm altogether wrong about everything (as I very well could be)! I really hope that this is helpful,
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