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small pink, round tablet, scored RDY 343
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    small pink, round tablet, scored on one side and imprinted with RDY 343. Please tell me what it is!!

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    Did you get this pill from a pharmacy in the U.S?

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    Yes, they changed my meds and I'm not sure its the right thing.

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    I have done a few quick searches and have come up with nothing.
    What should it be? May have better luck confirming what it should be rather than trying to >> from the imprint.

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    citalopram 20mg

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    Thanks
    The RDY stands for Dr Reddy's Laboratories, a company based in India (thus the reason for my first question).

    The FDA approved Dr Reddy's Citalopram 20 mg (generic version of Celexa®) on October 28, 2004 which would explain why the pills aren't showing up in any of the databases yet.

    I can't find prescribing information or the product label (which would have a description of the pills) on the internet. All I could find was that these pills were approved and they were going to start marketing them immediately.

    Sorry I couldn't help you more.


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    Thank you for your information, although I think that there is something differnt about them, I'm getting headaches 1/2 hour after taking. I've been on Celexa for 5 years so changeing to the generic shouldn't have that effect....should it??

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    Might be worth calling your pharmacist to confirm the pills are what we think they are.
    The generic version should have the same effect as the branded version.

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