125mg. Thyrodoxine

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what does this pill look like?

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Verwon Says:

It is impossible to describe them all, the color, shape, size and imprint of these pills will differ according to every manufacturer who makes them and since there are many, many manufacturers, well you get the idea.

There are no rules or laws in the pharmaceutical industry that says all pills with the same ingredients and same dosage must look the same. They color, shape, size and imprint are completely up to the whit and whim of the manufacturer.

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