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Has Watson Labs ever produced a Labetalol 100mg oral medication that is white in color?

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tonyplake 2 Oct 2014

Hi, Rhopper12,

YES it has. Watson made a Labetalol 100 mg. oral BEIGE round pill with WATSON 605 printed on one side and a score line on the other side. Be advised the color of the 100 mg. pill is BEIGE which is often confused with the color WHITE.

As a matter of interest Watson also makes a white round 200 mg. pill clearly marked on one side "WATSON 606" which if correctly identified could by split in half making it two 100 mg. Watson Labetalol pills.

Best bet if you are unsure of the color AND only have one pill - take it to your pharmacist to identify or throw it away.

As with all prescribed medicine, do NOT use after the expiration date on the bottle!

All the best to you,
Tony

Rhopper12 2 Oct 2014

Thank you for your reply. Do you know if Watson Labs produced the white labetalol in the 100 mg and the beige tables at the same time or did they switch from one color to another?

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