... Normally they are small white pills with blue specks. This time they are lager pills, more oval in shape, with blue specks. The markings are a little different. But they don't seem to be working! I got them from the same pharmacy. Any ideas why they are different? Thanks
Just wanted to add here if you get your scripts from the same pharmacy you can double check with them. They will more than likely tell you that because you get the generics that they get the cheapest version from their rep or distributor. Also the time to check that you actually got what you thought you were getting is before you leave the pharmacy. They don't make mistakes often BUT mistakes DO sometimes happen.
Be safe, be well and why not call the pharmacy to ask if the manufacturer got changed. Then that will settle your concerns...
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