What do Torsemide pills look like?
- 28 May 2010 by marggg
- torsemide, pharmacy
I have pills that say "PA 976". They are white and round. The pharmacy says they are Torsemide, but they look totally different from my usual Torsemide pills. Anyone recognize this?
Added 1 Jun 2010:
Yes, it is, on further exam, PA 916. Thanks!
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