My cat is on 10mg amitriptyline. Every time I have got it previously it has been a very small pill with the imprint I1. This time it is a larger pill with the imprint I3. My vet says it's the right dosage but when I put it in the pill identifier it tells me it's the 50mg tablet.
Is this amitriptyline 10mg?
Question posted by Kikyo1222 on 10 July 2021
Last updated on 11 July 2021
Even if you did not have it filled at a pharmacy, a Pharmacist can identify the pill for you for sure. They have several resources they rely on. I'm a pharmacy technician and I know this for a fact.
Can you describe the tablet... color and shape?
Did your doctor give you the pills or did you have a script filled at a pharmacy? If at a pharmacy you can ask the pharmacist to ID the pill.
I'll wait to hear back from you,
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