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    I have looked all over the internet to try to find out what these two pills I found buried away in my bathroom are. I'm going to throw them away (no telling how old they are), but it is bugging me because I don't know what they are. So if anyone can help, here is the description: They are the type of pill that is oval-shaped but the edges are more squared (if that makes sense, knida like a tylenol or something). On one side it has 35 a break line and 92. On the other side there is what looks like a v but it has lines coming off of it like the one you see on heart monitors. My computer will not let me recreate it but it looks something like -v_ but with the lines connecting. Oh yeah, and its white. Does this sound familiar to anyone??? Thanks!

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    On one side it has 35 a break line and 92. On the other side there is what looks like a v but it has lines coming off of it

    This pill is HYDROCODONE 5 MG /ACETAMINOPHEN 500 MG
    Generic for Vicodin
    Imprint Code 35 92 / V
    Description white, oblong, scored tablet
    Info at https://www.drugs.com/acetaminophen_hydrocodone.html

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    • #3
      you seem like the pill expert! Can you help me?

      I have a round, little blue pill. On one side, it has an E, and its weird looking...maybe a sigma...i have no idea and under it, it has a 64. Just a line down the middle on the other.
      I really need help.
      Oh yea, am I spelling daladid correctly?

      Thanks a bunch!
      Last edited by Anonymous; 08-06-2018, 05:22 AM.

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      • #4
        Hey, I have a little round blue pill. On one side it has the numbers 64, and on top it has an E, sigma,,?
        This pill is CLONAZEPAM 1 MG
        Generic for: Klonopin
        Imprint Code E 64
        Description light blue, round tablet

        Info at https://www.drugs.com/clonazepam.html

        Also, ever heard of daladid? How do you spell it?
        Info at https://www.drugs.com/dilaudid.html
        Last edited by Anonymous; 08-06-2018, 05:22 AM.

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