Vizylac Versus Velgut

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subhas Says:
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My doctor prescribed me Vizylac, but the compound pharmacy gave me Velgut and said they are both the same composition. l am not sure. Please let me know if you have any information on this.



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Murari Says:
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What is the difference between velgut cap and vizylac cap?

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