The pill is light blue it's an oval that's scored and on one side it has a "1" to the left side of the score induration and to the right side of the score induration it has a "6" when you turn the pill over it has a "2" to the left side of the score line and a "3" on the right side of the score mark. I believe if may be a benzo
Wonder if this might be your pill?
Pill imprint I G 213 has been identified as Sertraline Hydrochloride 50 mg.
It is blue and oval. I G could easily be read 1 6 and 213 could also be read as 2 | 3.
Sertraline is a generic version of Zoloft, used in the treatment of depression etc. It is not a benzodiazepine.
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