A pharmacy just shipped me a bottle marked Bupropion SR 100mg, but the are different that before. I just want to verify the correct pills are in the perscription. The pills are round blue/green, marked M with a U11 under that. The M looks stylized so I assume it a logo. And that M U11 combination isn't in your data base.
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