My V 8429 Looks Different

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Bigjake Says:
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My v 4829 are light yellow instead of bright yellow. Is this normal? All the pics I see are the bright ones.



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David Says:

@Bigjake,

When I look on google images the photographs of V 4829 are somewhat of a dull yellowish orange color. I'm not sure how accurate these images are relative to an actual tablet, due to lighting, etc, when the picture was taken. So if it were me, I'd probably take the pill into a local pharmacy to have them check it out just to be sure.

On the other hand, if you got your prescription filled from a licensed pharmacy, I tend to think that a slight variation in color isn't anything to be too concerned about unless it's not working as well as the other one.

Have you had a chance to take it yet?


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