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  1. Sondra says:

    Dec 16, 2008 Help. This pill may be generic, as it is not identified by any pill search engines. Small, white, oblong pill, marked L612. I was leaning toward.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I found a white oval shaped pill in my car. It has no markings and is unscored. Any ideas what it could be?

  3. Sadie says:

    Not Medical Advice: Pill imprint L612 has been identified as Loratadine 10 mg (antihistamine). It is used in the treatment of hay fever & urticaria. More:

  4. Alayna says:

    That is Loratadine. It is the same thing as Claritin. General dosage for it is 10mg. More:

  5. Kristle says:

    L612 is a Loratadine. Loratadine is used to treat allergies. It is the same active ingredient in Claritin. More:

  6. Theresa says:

    The pill with imprint L612 is loratadine 10 mg. Strength: 10 mg; Color: White; Size: 8.00 mm; Shape: Elliptical / Oval; Availability: Rx and/or OTC; Drug Class:

  7. Ericka says:

    Results 1 – 10 L612. Image 1 / 1. Previous Image. Next Image. Drug: Loratadine Strength(s): 10 mg. Imprint: L612 Color: White Shape: Elliptical / Oval. View Pill

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