What do plavix pills look like?
- 11 Jun 2010 by apollo21
- plavix, pharmacy
i recently received a generic version of plavix from a canadian pharmacy, but the pills i received don't look like the plavix i've taken in the past. the pills are round and pink but have no markings. are they plavix or another drug?
14 Jun 2010
Please do confirm with the pharmacist, meds without markings could not be safe to consume, specially life savers such as Plavix, hope this helps?
13 Aug 2012
I am looking for the answer. My previous prescriptions of Plavix all had the actual name "Plavix" imprinted on the pill. This last batch is simply a plain pill with nothing more than the "75" imprinted on it with no name. Is it generic? Is it Plavix?
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