Trying To Id This Pill - G3722 Stamped On It
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sergio Says:


What generic company makes this - a good one or a crappy one?



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Davemp88 Says:
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These are the best manufacturer out there? It’s Pfizer’s own Generic company. May I ask what pharmacy you were able to locate them atv

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Faye37 Says:

I have been taking alazapram for AFIB the oval white pills were great, they would slow down my heart rae with no problem. When I refilled at CVS they gave me round pink pills. They do not work. When I asked they said the manufacturer no longer made the white oval pills, The have gone to rapid disolving pills and that my Docotr would have the specify obly those.

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Chellu Says:
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I got the same ones AND it Thought they were weird they were a lot thicker and very chalky and had no taste to them at all and I felt nothing from them at all but would you happen to know do they come from an actual form asus or they made from an actual manual facture

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David Says:

G3722 reportedly contains 2mgs of Alprazolam and is made by a company called Greenstone.

You can click on the following National Drug Code link for verification (which also includes an image of the pill): 59762-3722

Because we all have different attributes - whether it be our body chemistry, tolerance, weight, age, metabolism, etc, everyone is subject to respond differently... Not only that, but we may also be more or less sensitive to various binders/fillers each manufacturer uses in the composition of their tablets. So evaluating which drug company you prefer most is probably best determined through trial and error.

Lastly, if the pills don't look or feel right v.s. what you are used to taking, it sounds like you probably aren't filling a real prescription? If that's not the case though, you should probably consider contacting your doctor or local pharmacist for some additional feedback. You can always ask your doctor to specify a particular manufacturer's name on the prescription that works best for you.

I hope this helps!

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nemo Says:

i got some G 3722 bars, they seem thicker with powder residue on them i tried one and it fell apart in my mouth are thay fake thay dissolve super quick



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