What do Sertraline pills look like?
- 27 Jun 2009 by ckampenhout
- sertraline, pill id
I have a pill that is supposed to be Sertraline 100 mg but it doesn't look like any listed and I can't find it with the identifier. It is oblong and yellow, has an A on one side and a 1 and 8 on the other side.
What is this? I'll go to my pharmacist tomorrow but in the meantime I'd like to find out what it is.
27 Jun 2009
Sertraline HCl 100mg
Imprint Code A / 1 8
Yellow oblong scored tablet
Labeler /Mfg AUROBINDO PHARMA
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