Pill V 6160

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Brent Bielby Says:
I have been taking Trazodone with the markings V 6160 for several years now to help with sleeplessness. The problem is that my pharmacy now uses a different pill with APO T50 stamped on it. This and other brands do not work for me. Where or how can I get the V 6160 brand?

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Verwon Says:
You could try asking them if they'll order it in for you. They should be able to do so.

However, it would be your responsibility to pay any difference in price between the Apotex generic and the one from Qualitest/Vintage, because your insurance will only cover the cost of their cheapest generic.

Learn more Trazodone details here.

Have you checked with other local pharmacies?

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