Is A M 473 Depakote ?

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I'm used to my son taking 500mg of depakote, a large, grey, oval pill. Now he's taking a larger white oval pill with M 473 on one side. What is that?

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Crystal Says:
I located a match for M 473 white oval pill it's Divalproex sodium ER 500 mg, which is used to help with certain seizures as well as epilepsy.

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Tyler Says:
I take this. It is Divalproex ER 500mg, but it can also be used for mood stabilization and bi-polar disorder.

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