Toprol Xl 50 Mg Different Manufacturer?

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Rod Says:


I've been taking Toprol XL 50 MG for many years. My recent presciption came with pills that look a little different. My previous pills have always had small A mo lettering , the new ones have same lettering but much larger letters. Any difference between the two?



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Verwon Says:

Are you sure it's still the A MO marking?

Because there is another one made by the same company that uses a marking of A MS and it's larger, because it's a 100mg tablet.

If that's the one you received, then they gave you the wrong dosage.

Can you double check your pills to be safe?

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