Pharmacist Dispensed My Meds Incorrectctly . Any Idea What These Pills Are?

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Mimi Says:
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When I went to take my medication this am that had been refilled the tablet was something else. Should have been and was labelled Novo Carbamazapine 200mg. It was a medium sized white convex tablet with a "N" on one side and "100" on the other. Scored in half once. It was some sort of psychiatric medication. Any idea what it was??



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mimi! How are you? Have you contacted your pharmacy about the error?

From what I can find, this tablet actually contains 100mgs of Chlorpromazine, which is an antipsychotic. Side effects can include ECG changes, nausea, weight gain and somnolence.

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Mimi Says:
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Thank you for the reply! When I called about it I was told not to take and to come in. They were replaced with the correct medication. They were quite apologetic. Mistakes happen, I guess. Surprising though and a reminder to be vigilant about your medication.

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Dottie Says:
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The med she listed is the one she was expecting. She was asking what the other med might be, not what was in the one she listed

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