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Zopiclone shape and colour,

I obtained some zopiclone and they are usually oval shaped and white in colour, 7.5mg but these are round and off white coloured with a large Z on one side of the pill and a score mark on the other, has anyone had anything similar? I tried the pill identifier online and it came up with something for headaches called Zomig. Thanks in advance MrsP ## Since this is not approved and prescribed in the U.S., it would not be listed in the U.S. pill identifier databases, because non-approved products that aren't sold here do not fall under the law that requires them to be listed. And on that note, I haven't been able to find any information on a tablet with just a Z marking and it may be difficult for us to track it down, being that it is from a foreign source. Have you tried contacting...

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Zomic has Expired Patent/when Generic

Zomig patent has just expired November 14, 2012. When will Zomic have a generic here in the United States. ## It will likely take awhile yet, before a generic becomes available. Even though the initial patent has expired, there are still ways that the company can get it extended and, even if they do not, companies that wish to manufacture a generic must go through the FDA testing and approval process. Learn more Zomig details here. Is this a medication you take regularly?

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Zomig expired patent/generic when

Zomig patent has just expired November 14, 2012. When will Zomic have a generic here in the United States. ## It's really always a bit of a guessing game. Even though the original patent has expired, there are ways that the company can get extensions. Additionally, those that are wanting to manufacture generic versions also have to go through the FDA testing and approval process. Learn more Zomig details here. Are there any other questions or comments?

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sumavel dose pro

can i get it at cvs pharmacy, how much for one month supply? thank-you ## i have been on zomig for few years now it does not seem to be working any more? how can i get my doctor to change to sumavel? ## Sumavel is a subcutaneous dosing system for the migraine medication Sumatriptan. That said, this site does not sell nor prescribe anything, so to the original poster, I suggest you call your local CVS to ask if they carry it and check the pricing. Gary, have you spoken to your doctor about this? ## Sumavel Dose pro can be carried or ordered by most pharmacies, there are perscription savings cards availible for insured patients 6 doses for $15 a good deal. Talk to your doctor about the medicine, I am glad I did ## I've had chronic migraines forever, and recently asked my doctor to loo...

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round pill z 5

round white pill ## This is a 5mg Zomig-ZMT tablet, which contains the active ingredient Zolmitriptan, which is most commonly used to treat migraines. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, warm or cold sensations and increased sensitivity to touch. Read more: Are there any questions or comments?

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pill z5

white, round, tablet imprinted with z5 ## This is a 5mg Zomig tablet, that contains the active ingredient Zolmitriptan and is used to treat migraines. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with?

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