Bupropion Identification

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coni Says:

i have received bupropion sr 150 and the have no stamp on them, they are round and light yellow. how do I know if they are the real drug,

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Sasha Says:

Did you ever find out? I just got the same thing and am afraid to take them

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NoUseForAName Says:

This has also happened to me - got Buprotic (??) 150mg m/r tablets. The blister pack seems legit but the tablets have no identification stamped on them, plain off-white tablets. They came with 4 free Tadalafil tablets, called Erectafil, which I didn't really want but they are stamped, and they work!! Don't really know what to do next, I might send a Buprotic tablet off for analysis but I have no idea how to do this.

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someone who hurts bad Says:

OMG REALLY??? ask your pharmacist... or you cant i'm guessing??

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AmandaO8711 Says:
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Did you ever find out if these were legitimate or not? The 'buprotic' tablets ?? Thanks

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NoUseForAName Says:

I got similar ones, yellowish with a slight taste of butter (??) mine are fine. If they're manufactured abroad, there's probably no requirement to stamp the tablets with any ID.

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Kirby Says:
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I think they're manufactured in India. If you go to world generics. I found them there you can check it out.

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