Oval White Pill With A511 On It

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what is A511 white oval pill
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A 511 white pill ## The pill in description marked A 511 is Divalproex sodium extended-release (500 mg). This is used in the treatment of epilepsy; mania; bipolar disorder; and migraine prevention. Please click on the link below to view more information about this drug: If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## Does this drug help cluster migraine I have head aches that start in my jaw an in my teeth on the left side then it very quickly moves to an Thur my right face only teeth jaw ear head all just on the right side hurts so bad it males me a grown man that has #10 pain in back any way want to cry does this sound like any thing you have heard of .Thanks ,jusme ...
Updated 10 months ago in Divalproex Sodium.
Fri, Nov 21 '14, 10:00 PM
divalproex er 500 mg vs pivalproex SOD ER 500 MG
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My grandson has been taking divalproex 500 MG ER for bipolar disorder. We moved recently so I had to change drugstores. When his Rx (for Depakote 500 mg ER) was filled yesterday they gave us divalproex SOD ER 500 MG. The tablets are different. The original tablet was white oval shaped with A511 on it. The new tablets are grey with W725 imprinted on them. Are these the same thing or should I contact the doctor before he takes the pills from the new pharmacy? ## HI, Beverly! Sorry about the confusion. They are the same medication, in the same dosage, just manufactured by different companies. Since this is a generic medication, it's made by several different manufacturers and depending on who was offering the cheapest price, when they needed to restock their supply, pharmacies may carr... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Depakote.
Tue, Aug 27 '13, 1:26 PM

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