Adderall was mixed. Two different pills, one light orange U30, one dark orange E401. The label only shows U30 20mg tab.
Can pharmacists mix generic and name brand in one bottle ?
Question posted by ILovePB on 20 Dec 2016
Last updated on 22 December 2016 by chuck1957
Can pharmacists mix generic and name brand in one bottle? YES, THEY CAN AS LONG AS IT'S THE RIGHT MEDICATION. And what you have is 2 different generic brands which are very common when this medication is ordered by the pharmacy they punch in the name of the medication and the warehouse sends whatever brand they have. both of these are the same medication but both are made from 2 different company's and neither is the brand. But if they don't tell you.that you tablets are mixed you should always call the pharmacy and ask. IF YOU CAN'T TRUST YOUR PHARMACIST then you're going to the wrong pharmacy they know much more about all these medications than most doctors do. But anyway anytime the pills look different at all always call the pharmacy and ask the pharmacist. They should tell you sounds like the clerk gave it out without calling the pharmacist up front to tell you. You should still call your pharmacy and tell the pharmacist what you have and you would like them to tell you before you get home and might have the wrong medications errors do happen but they are not required to tell you other than for you own knowledge just be nice and call them and tell them if you ever get a different color or 2 colors of any medication you want the pharmacist to tell you or at least have it written on the label or paperwork that comes with it.
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