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  • Pill ID: small, orange, round imprinted with '10'

    Having a real tough time nailing this one down despite hours of searching and even a few pharmacy phone calls:

    They're really small, medium orange or dark peach, round, biconvex, with '10' imprinted on one side and no markings on the other side and no scoring.

    Before I even saw them I was led to believe they were lorazepam but it seems like every single manufacturer of lorazepam makes them white. And why would it have a '10' on it? Or is it an '01' Can't tell.

    The only reference to this on the internet that I am fairly certain is the same exact pill was a forum post somewhere and that guy never got an answer but he did mention that the pills might be from Canada. Don't know for sure about that either.

    If anyone can help me here I'd sure appreciate it.

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    10 is very, very vague and very tough to search on, the only round, orange, 10 pill I see listed is a Canadian drug called Urecholine (Bethanechol Chloride 10 mg) a urinary tract med.

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