My dosage was just recently changed but it does not have anything on the bottle that tells me how much. Do I need to ask my pharmacist?
Hi echester - You could ask the Pharmacist, but it most likely would have been put on there, if the Drs. office had specified that the dose had changed & by how much. I would call the Drs. office, instead, to get the precise dosage that you need to be on. My Dr. often does that when we change amounts/dosage. He expects me to remember and its often not changed on the prescription bottle! Also, I didn't think they made that medication anymore? That is the brand name, not the generic name, so perhaps the Pharmacy is compounding the ingredients to come up with the generic form of the medication for you. Good luck! Jillian
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Posted 24 Feb 2012 • 2 answers
Posted 24 Jul 2014 • 1 answer
Trileptal - I just started taking the generic form of triliptel, I get very depressed at times, on a
Posted 26 Jul 2014 • 1 answer
I have a green geliten capsule that is called Tramazen 50. is this really a generic form of tramado?
Posted 22 Sep 2014 • 2 answers
Posted 9 Sep 2016 • 0 answers