Pliva 433?

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The pills with the imprint PLIVA 433 on their surfaces are called Trazodone hydrochloride 50 mg. These drugs are used to treat insomnia, depression and anxiety among other disorders. They should not be taken during pregnancy unless you have been instructed to do so by your GP.
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The pill that you have described may be Trazodone HCl. The strength of this
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Not Med Advice: It's a psychoactive drug. Most common side effects are headache, dry mouth and nausea. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 02:39PM EST. Source
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It is a pill produced in the united states. It's normally used for pain releif. Another name sometimes used for this pill is tramadol, and tramadol affects the chemicals and receptors
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It is called a. Placebo. It is something that has no actual chemical reaction but merely causes you to cognitively think that you are feeling better from whatever ailment might be
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