Why do they change the color of the pills?
- 29 Jan 2011 by mardun859
it confues me when i pick up my meds and get home then see they are a different color or size
31 Jan 2011
This does happen to me but Rite-aid always informs when a change occurs. They should't be switching like that.
31 Jan 2011
I know what you mean. I work at a psych hospital so you can imagine the horror a paranoid person has when their 2mg of Ativan is a dofferent color or shape! This happens when a pharmacy orders its meds from a different manufacturer or distributor, BUT it's always good to check them if you think they're not the right meds. Hope this helps.
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