Diltiazem 120mg Tablets

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manny Says:


why has my new pharmacist filled my new prescription with orange tablets when they have always been white,are these colors and numbers on tablets correct?
M525 and93 321?



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Manny! Sorry for the confusion, I wish more pharmacists took the time to explain any changes.

Diltiazem is actually a generic medication, so it's manufactured by several different companies and the marking on each must be different, so that it can be identified in case of an emergency. The color and shape are entirely up to the whit and whim of the manufacturer.

Thus, these are both the same medication, in the same dosage, they've just been manufactured by different companies. The one with the 93 321 on it has been made by Teva Pharmaceuticals and the one with the M 525 has been made by Mylan Pharmaceuticals.

Whichever one your pharmacy carries can vary, depending on who was offering the cheapest price at the time they needed to restock their supply. This is how they keep their prices as low as possible for customers that don't have insurance.

Learn more Diltiazem details here.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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