What do metformin pills look like?
- 22 Aug 2010 by msladyjane
- diabetes, type 2, metformin
I just got my pills at the pharmacy and the ones they gave me have a G on one side and MF1 on the other side. They are white and round. The ones I have been taking are white oval shaped.
22 Aug 2010
I can not confirm the identify of this tablet but it is highly likely that it is a generic version of metformin. If you would like to clarify, please call the pharmacy where you got it from and they will be able to double check for you.
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