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    white oval pill

    Its divided into two halves on the back.. one half has 4 imprinted and the other has 0... the other side has A P O

    apparently it is valium

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    i also have small ones that say APO on one side and 2 on one half and 0 on the other half....

    i wanna know if i should dose these (are they diazepam?)

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    • #3
      Its Vicodin, but what milligram?? m363

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      • #4
        that is vicodin? are you sure?

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        • #5
          white oval pill

          Its divided into two halves on the back.. one half has 4 imprinted and the other has 0... the other side has A P O

          apparently it is valium


          It is not Valium. You will find images of the Apotex generic version (diazepam) - at apotex.ca.

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          • #6
            Its Vicodin, but what milligram?? m363

            This pill is HYDROCODONE 10 MG /ACETAMINOPHEN 500 MG
            Imprint Code M363
            Description white, oblong, scored tablet
            Info at https://www.drugs.com/acetaminophen_hydrocodone.html

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            • #7
              My pills were vicodin? The imprint on the pill wasnt M363, only APO and (bisect) 4 and 0

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              • #8
                My pills were vicodin?

                No, your pills are not Vicodin. It's getting to be a confusing forum thread!

                The imprint on the pill wasnt M363, only APO and (bisect) 4 and 0

                Your pill might be APO-CITALOPRAM, an antidepressant:

                40 mg - White, oval, biconvex film coated tablet / Comprimé ovale, blanc, sécable, pelliculé APO (obverse) 40

                Unfortunately I can't find a picture. I think secable means 'scored'. Makes sense since 40 mg US CITALOPRAMs are scored.



                I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice nor is it an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.

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