I looked the pill up on your identifier and it wouldn't tell me if it was 12 or 24 hour but it said it is Controlled Release. It is a Caplet (not a Capsule, like I have always had) it is blue and one side is blank and the other is M 411. Please help me with this, I need to now if this is 24 hour or not. I always had a capsule and it was mfg: Watson. I take this for blood pressure but also tachycardia. Thank you so much. If I can get anything to show 12 or 24hr, then they will replace it. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Lisa
What are the directions on the label this time? This is another one of those pills that are really confusing. I'm not sure what the difference is between sustained release and extended release. The only difference when you look at the dosing is one take at night and one in the morning. ...
Why not give your pharmacy a call.
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