I was given this pill in a lisinopril bottle however the prescription numbers were different. I realize medicines change color and shape but the prescription numbers should be the same.
A 2 1 (Lisinopril 5 mg)
Pill imprint A 2 1 has been identified as Lisinopril 5 mg. PKElder1 the long line between the 2 and 1 is a score to split the tablet... So this is what you have been getting but they should tell you or you should call the pharmacy anytime they don't say something... Also the reason a prescription number changes too is the prescription needed updated by the doctor or was over a year old so in most state it needs to be rewritten by the pharmacy and that puts a new number on it..Good for you to many things different and the pharmacy should have told you this is the 5 mg lisinopril kind of a pinkesh red but with all this different we had stickers to put on that color,markings etc has changed same medication if it does not it is just a phone call away to make sure nothing is wrong Chuck1957
- Lisinopril Information for Consumers
- Lisinopril Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lisinopril (detailed)
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