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PINK AND WHITE oval pill
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it has 1010 on oneside and 2/0 on the other. ## i would like to know what this pill is. i found it at my house and this fits the description but im not having any luck finding any more information on it. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Thu, Oct 08 '09, 5:30 PM
Difference in manufacturers
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My daughter has been doing well on 30mg of the generic for celexa, citalopram which is manufactured by Torrent. They are small pink oval pills marked with 1010. After a couple of days of unbearable behavior which is indicative of not taking her medicine and her telling me she felt like she wasn't on her meds, I realized, that the pills were different. After some research these bigger pink pills marked with 508 are manufactured by Caraco. Could there be that significant difference in manufacturers of the same drug? ## I assume you mean 20mgs? Because that is the dosage in both of the tablets you mentioned. However yes, there can be differences from one generic medication to another. They are allowed to differ from the name brand, in the amount of the active ingredient, by as much as ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Celexa.
Thu, Sep 05 '13, 11:18 AM
citalopram 20mg
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pink oval-shaped tablet imprinted with 508 on one side; compared with tan oval-shaped tablet imprinted with 1010 on one side. ## This drug sounds a little scary, what are the terrible side affects. I'm diabetic and suffer withe anxiety disorder ## I am diabetic also and have been taking this pill for 4 years now. I also take cholesterol pills, blood pressure pills and thyroid pills. My diabetes consists of taking insulin. I have had NO problem with this pill, other than some diarrhea at first. It takes about a month to get used to it. It has helped me through some rough stress in my life. Everyone is an individual, so this is my experience, but for me, I am fine with it. I get blood tested every 3 months. They have found nothing abnormal. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Citalopram.
Wed, Apr 03 '13, 4:53 AM


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