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What is this pill - with 'WPI 858' imprint? Not printed on, but embedded?

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Rajive Goel 29 May 2012

WPI 858

Pill imprint WPI 858 has been identified as Bupropion hydrochloride extended-release (SR) 100 mg.

Bupropion is used in the treatment of depression; smoking cessation; seasonal affective disorder; adhd; anxiety (and more), and belongs to the drug classes miscellaneous antidepressants, smoking cessation agents. Risk cannot be ruled out during pregnancy.

Bupropion 100 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.

You could see the pill on:

Take care, best wishes!

Wer488jr 29 May 2012

This pill dont match that picture. The letters n numbers arent printed on it like in the pic, they are carved into the pill. Would it still be the same?

SoMuchPain 29 May 2012

Is it coated? what shape and color?

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Wer488jr 29 May 2012

No coating round n white... Nothing is painted on it.

SoMuchPain 30 May 2012

I have some left and that's what they are.

Plain Jane 30 May 2012

Hi, yes the pill is still as Rajive identified. Watson have changed the appearance of the pill so the imprint is now embedded into the tablet. The letters curve around the top of the pill and the numbers around the bottom. Unfortunately Watson have not updated their website yet with the new image, however if I find one I will post the link separately.

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Rajive Goel 30 May 2012

Thanks Jane for the added info! free discount card

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