Generic Levetiracetam (keppra)

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round white has M at top of tablet and 613 at bottom. This doesn't look like any keppra ive taken before and im scared to



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roy Says:

Where did you obtain this from? Was it from a U.S. based pharmacy, another country, etc? Reason I ask is because the imprint M 613 is not coming up under any U.S. prescription meds.

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lee Says:

M 613 is Mylan Pharmaceuticals levetiracetam (generic version of Keppra), 250 mg. Earlier this week, I received my first generic refill of the 500 mg version (oblong white, M 615), and since it wasn't on their web page, I double-checked by calling them. The 750 mg dose is M 617.

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Jacob Says:

You DO NOT want to take that medicine. It is made by Mylan Pharmaceuticals. It was sent to me by a pharmacist without approval from me or my MD. I had a toxic reaction to this medicine.

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iidalv Says:

What kind of toxic reaction? I just got the M/613 250mgs. Mylan prescribed to me!

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