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  • What is a little orange round pill? SL 467

    What is a little[:X] orange round pill that says SL and the number 467 right below it?

  • #2
    im not sure about this but i think its a beta-blocker called propranolol 120mg. it helps the heart beat more regularly. you may want someone else to verify! hope this helps some!

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    • #3
      Right drug roimullet, great to have you around...

      This pill is PROPRANOLOL 10 MG
      a generic version of Inderal®
      Imprint Code SL 467
      Description Orange, round, scored tablet
      Info at https://www.drugs.com/MTM/propranolol.html

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      • #4
        thanks! glad to be here!

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        • #5
          No- im pretty sure thats not what this pill is. The person who uses these doesn't have any heart problems. I think this pill is more in the muscle relaxant region or maybe valium. It could also be a sleeping pill or a pill for depression. Any other ideas?
          Thanks

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          • #6
            im not trying to argue, but i looked on 3 pill id sites and that's what it is unless youve left something out. look on the drugs.com pill identifier and there is a pic that fits your description to a "T". look on there, when i entered in the imprint, i just entered the numbers, you'll get better results if you leave off the "SL". is it possible that someone gave your friend this pill saying it was something else? that happens all the time, just read some of the older posts..lol! just trying to help!

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            • #7
              if its really important to id this pill, you can call either a pharmacy or poison control

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              • #8
                I agree with roimullet, this pill is definitely Propranolol 10 mg.

                Propranolol can be used for other things besides heart problems. It is often used for performance anxiety (for speeches, presentations etc).

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