My Mean Word Concern If They Pill 237 Blue Is The Same Pills

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Morena Says:
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Hello dear last year I have in car accident that hurt my shoulder in my back so the doctor give me a prescription of etodola error 600 mg so I was taken them but I never finish them so today I was checking some of my medication that I don't need anymore I found that this medicine was mix with another pill they look like the same the only difference is the number and colors because the bottle said ETODOLAC ER 600 and the others pills is 273 this pills is purple very light color do you think that a pharmacist mix it up with that by mistake because they look like the same I appreciate if you can reply to me as soon as possible thank you thank you very much.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Morena! How are you?

These pills also containg 600mgs of Etodolac ER, they are manufactured by Zydus Pharmaceuticals.

The FDA lists its typical side effect as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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