Equate G128

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John Says:

I refilled my Equate antacid equivalent to Gaviscon which I have been using for years. The new tablets which have an imprint of G 128 are nothing like they have been. They are now somewhat gritty and have a mint flavor. The former tabs have little taste but for a slight sweetness. They are not gritty and evolve into almost a gel when chewed.

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Verwon Says:

Did you ask the Wal-Mart pharmacist about this?

They may have changed the formulation of the Equate product.


It is considered an over the counter product, which doesn't require a prescription, so they are really free to change some stuff about it, whenever they choose to do so.

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