Different Generics , Different Effects

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I have been taking pramipexole 0.5 mg tablets for the past two years. The small oblong purple pill I took was working well for me, but my last mail order refill is different. It now is a round pink pill which does not do the job for me. The manufacturer of the pink pill is Torrent but I wondered who manufactured the small purple pill and how would I be able to find out which pharmacies carry it?



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I have found out the manufacturer,Zydus, and contacted them. They only supply for two mail order prescription plans neither of which are mine. They have not responded to my request for local pharmacies which carry the drug. I live in Greenwood,Indiana, which is just south of Indianapolis. Does anyone know if any place carries this brand of pramipexole?

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