What Does Verapamil Er 240mg By Mylan Pharmaceuticals Look Like

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Linda Says:


I got a new prescprition for verapamil ER 240 mg fillrd today and it looks completely different then i am used to. These are a dark green capsule with mylan 6440 printed on the capsule. I am use to a long pink/brown pill. Did i get the right medicine?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, the capsule you received also contains 240mgs of Verapamil in an extended release formulation.

Verapamil is a generic medication, so it is actually manufactured by several different companies and it is normal for a pharmacy to switch which one they provide, depending on which company was offering the cheapest price, when they needed to restock. This is how they keep prices down for customers that don't have insurance.

Learn more Verapamil details here.

Are there any other questions?


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