Can bystolic 5mg tablet be cut?

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3 Apr 2012

Absolutely yes! After doctor recommended 2.5 mg for me, I got a pill cutter from WalMart which works with the triangle shape, giving a clean cut. I now cut several in half and store in pill cutter compartment. Good luck!

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