I ordered Wellbutrin XL 300 from Canada. I received it today, but it is marked wxl 300 instead of Wellbutrin XL. Does anyone know if this is fake? It says it was manufactured by Biovail, and not GlaxoSmithKline
What is this pill - White Round with 'wxl 300' imprint?
- 28 May 2009 by rbrasch
- 3 November 2017
According to the professional prescribing information:
"WELLBUTRIN XL extended-release 300 mg tablets are supplied as creamy-white to
pale yellow, round tablets printed with ‘WXL 300’ in grey ink."
Wellbutrin XL is a trademark of the GlaxoSmithKline Group of Companies and is used by Biovail Corporation under license.
So, I also received the same pill, and found your question when I sought the same answer. I believe this is a fake pill because mine looks like yours but is supposedly manufactured by Valeant, my preferred brand. And no where on this site does WXL 300 bring up ether manufacturer’s imprint.
I bought Valeant here in the states and it looks exactly as described on Drugs.com. Furthermore, the true pills have not lost their imprint while the fake pills have all but lost theirs over time (I believe). I am concerned. I am going to contact Valeant directly and I suggest you do the same with Biovail. I don’t know who “No Noodles” is but I wouldn’t be shocked to find him living in Canada working for Canada Drugs.
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