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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The size difference seems illogical. I take 450 mg,
White oblong teva on one side and 490 on the other
White small pill with TEVA on one side and 5716 on the other. (57 on top and 16 below it) The pill is square with rounded corners.
It's a peachish pink or light whiteish red with TEVA and 149 imprinted on the back.