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Round Pink Pill with M 475
I have found a small round pink pill with M475 on one side and nothing on the back. ## This could be nifedipine, a medication taken for high blood pressure. It's what mine looks like. ## That is correct, this tablet contains 30mgs of Nifedipine, a generic for Procardia XL. This medication is used to help lower blood pressure. Thanks for posting Maegen! ## i have been taking nifediipine er 30mg by mylan with M475 on one side. i have been trying t get this refilled and all that is available is a white pill with M030 on one side - are these two the same? is the M030 a new imprint for the M475? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Nifedipine.
Mon, Jan 10 '11, 2:40 PM   3  RSS feed for thread 186210
m 4
little white pill with m4 on it ## Before I can tell you what this is, I need a little more information. What shape is the pill? Is the M a regular M or is in a box? Is the 4 on the same side as the M or on the reverse? There are several pills with M 4 on them, so I can't positively ID it for you without this additional info. ## For instance, just glancing at the professional database that I use, there are 3 white pills with M 4 on the front, one is white and round, one is enteric coated, the other is a white oval. With an M on the front and a 4 on the reverse, there is a white round pill with the M in a box on the front, a white round one without a box around the M, a white traingular pill that is enteric coated with an M on the front and 4 on the obverse, and another with a styliz... ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Sat, Jul 22 '06, 2:16 PM   2  RSS feed for thread 173568
Divalproex 500 Mg Teva drug company
My old depakote (divalproex sodium er 500 Mg was a large pink pill. my new prescription of the same pill made by the same Company [Teva] now is larger, white and has the number M473 on one side. Is this the same pill. I have epilepsy and valporic acid - depakote was the med that saved me. Thanks. ## Yes, the new tablet is also 500mgs of Valproic Acid in an extended release formulation, but it is not manufactured by Teva, it is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals, which is why the logo is an M. Learn more Valproic Acid details here. Are there any other questions? ## My pill says DR (the old pink one). Is extended release the exact same thing? I was reading where some of these can be dangerous because they're given for different problems.......such as headaches. Thanks for your help... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Depakote.
Tue, Aug 12 '14, 2:11 PM   5  RSS feed for thread 233387


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