I have been using this med for many years, due to pain.And when I picked up the last one, It is now "White" instead of "Orange"_Why? The white ones were always the lower dosage..has there been a mistake w/my prescription? The drugstore says No,that you changed the color... If so,, may I ask "Why"and will this prescription take care of me the same way... I have had good results and don't care to make a change... unless... Thank-you that I am able to ask this question to you professtional's
The prescription bottle should tell you the strength. Often pharmacies will get their inventories from different suppliers, who order from different manufacturers. Most likely, you received the same medication and the same strength, it just came from a different manufacturer. Not all pharmaceutical companies' products look the same. Additionally, drugs.com has a pill identifier link. For your own peace of mind, look it up there.
We have nothing to do with it. We are a community of people who help each other. Drugs.com does not make or sell medication it is an info site. If your pills are Watson they aren't using the colors any more. Pills have id numbers on them, so if there were any doubts all you have to do is come here and use the pill identifier.
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