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Watson 732 or 782, white, oblong pill
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    bestnana2 is offline New Member
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    Default Watson 732 or 782, white, oblong pill

    I ordered generic Soma (carisoprodol) online and just Thursday received my script. The bottle is labeled carisoprodol 350 mg. I have taken this drug before, but every script I have had has been round. I can't read the middle number and can't find it on the pill identifier, but it is either 732 or 782 and is 3/4" long. Looks almost like hydrocodone. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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    WATSON 782 is DIETHYLPROPION HCL CR 75 MG
    Generic for: Tenuate Dospan
    Diethylpropion is a drug used for weight loss.
    Imprint Code WATSON 782
    Description white, oblong tablet
    Info at http://diethylpropion.drugs.com

    I could not find any matches for WATSON 732

    Carisoprodol 350 mg manufactured by Watson is an unscored, round, white tablet imprinted "DAN" and "5513".

    Something doesn't sound right here. Your next step would be to contact the pharmacy concerned.

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    Thank you. I could loose a few pounds but not like this!!

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    quote:Originally posted by robo

    WATSON 782 is DIETHYLPROPION HCL CR 75 MG
    Generic for: Tenuate Dospan
    Diethylpropion is a drug used for weight loss.
    Imprint Code WATSON 782
    Description white, oblong tablet
    Info at http://diethylpropion.drugs.com

    I could not find any matches for WATSON 732

    Carisoprodol 350 mg manufactured by Watson is an unscored, round, white tablet imprinted "DAN" and "5513".

    Something doesn't sound right here. Your next step would be to contact the pharmacy concerned.

    Robo, I appreciate your reply and have since contacted the supplier, who advised me to return the script and they would send me the correct one. I had originally spoken with someone there who told me I was sent the correct drug - that there can be different manufacturers. I knew something was wrong after I took a couple before I went to bed and laid awake ALL night!! You know if I had never taken this before, I wouldn't have been the least bit suspicious. This forum is certainly a big help.


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