... Yesterday I filled my prescription and I got a pink round tablet. The manufacturer for the white pill says "Ivax," and the pink tablet manufacturer says "Lupin." I just want to make sure I'm taking the correct pill, and that the pharmacy didn't make an error. Can you please shed some light on this for me? Thanks!
As soon as you get those numbers as Maso says let us know, I have just gone through my supply when I was on it found the one you described the (pink one) and also found one in a capsule white oblong made by Mylan, I have a friend who says this medication is widely used where he works and usually it has to do with pharmacies using cheaper generics that are still equivilent to the drug
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