Ferric Oxide Red In Brn Verapamil From Glen Vs Bl From Mylan

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PrecioustoHim Says:


I have been taking the Blue oblong tab 180mg from Mylan, I think, for years with no problem (for chronic migraine relief). One time, some years ago, I received a brown tablet and took it back because it did not work and I got a terrible 3 day long migraine attack. I did some research and found out it was because of the dye in it making it brown. So my pharmacist got me the Blue ones and kept them in stock for me.
I have moved and recently filled them via mail order pharmacy and they arrived yesterday....brown from Glenmark.
Why do the brown ones make me sick and the blue ones work for me just fine?
I will need to call the mail order pharmacy and see what I can do about sending these back and getting them filled at a local pharmacy in hopes of getting the blue ones.



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