Two medications that I am currently taking look very much alike, and I have to look very carefully in my pill case to distinguish the two. One is Bupropion HCL XL Tabs 150 mg. by Actavis and Tramadol 50 mg. by Amneal. I liked the Tramadol by Apotex because it was small & easy to distinguish, but my pharmacy no longer carries that manufacturer. They are now using Amneal
16 Feb 2010
I asked my pharmacist a similar question. My mother is taking tramadol 50mg as do I but we go to different pharmacies. Mine is by Tev and is oval and hers is by AMCE and is round. These are 2 generic forms of ULTRAM and each manufacturer of generics has there own shapes/colors/sizes. Rest assured they are the same thing. The oval ones by Tev are pretty small, def. smaller than an aspirin. Hope that helps
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