Divalproex Sodium Er 250mg

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taxman Says:


I had an Rx filled and was supposedly 250 mg divalproex sodium ER. It is orange, oval shape, and number 512 one side, blank on other.
I also have a white pill, oval shaped, with number 724 one side and W on other. I believe it to be the 500 mg version but need to verify.
I transfer my Rx from pharmacy bottles to my own containers so they are a more convenient size for me. Dumb in retrospect. Can you help?
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taxman



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Verwon Says:

Both of the tablets you've described are 250mg dosages.


I wouldn't call you dumb, it's a very common mistake that a lot of people make and it's the reason sites like this exist. ;-)

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