I have a bottle that came from the pharmacy with two kinds of pills. The label states that the pills (lisinopril - 10mg - Watson 407) are "small, round, blue tablet" - however the other pills are less than half the size, yellow and imprinted with a sole "A" on one side and the number "22" on the other. I cannot see how this tiny pill can be 10mg of anything, and I cannot find a pill that looks like this under lisinopril. Any help is appreciated.
27 Jul 2009
The yellow pills you have received are definitely Lisinopril 10 mg - manufactured by Aurobindo Pharma in India.
They are described as round, light yellow tablets with an imprint of A / 22
However, the bottle you received should NEVER have contained two different brands of pills without at least advising you, and many would argue it should never should have happened at all - that they should have been dispensed separately.
It would be worth letting the pharmacist know the concern this has caused.
- Lisinopril Information for Consumers
- Lisinopril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lisinopril (detailed)
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has a "lazy" cursive type "V" on the other side. Mustard yellow in color.
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