What Is The Difference Between Sertraline Hcl 100 Mg Tablet And H Tab Lupi

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What Is The Difference Between Sertraline Hcl 100 Mg Tablet And H Tab Lupi? I have been using the HCL 100 MG Tablets and my brother uses the 100 Mg H Tab Lupi. They are the same color but a little different in shape. Is there any difference?



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Verwon Says:

No, there is no difference in the actual medication, they have just been manufactured by different companies.

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