Hctz25 Lisinopril20mg Lm2

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P Johnson Says:

whats the difference between the LM2 pill and the e173 first one is green second one is pink..

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David Says:

@P Johnson,

By "LM2" are you referring to the round yellowish/green pill marked "M" on one side and "L" over "25" on the other? This was the only Lisinopril tablet I found that had a similar description to yours. It's listed as being manufactured by Mylan. More specifically, it contains 20mgs of Lisinopril along with the following list of inactive ingredients:

silicon dioxide + croscarmellose sodium + calcium phosphate dihydrate dibasic + magnesium stearate + mannitol + povidone + corn starch + sodium lauryl sulfate + D&C Yellow No. 10

The second pink pill marked "E 173" is manufactured by Sandoz and reportedly contains 25mg of Hydrochlorothiazide + 20mg of Lisinopril. It's inactive ingredients are comprised of the following substances:

calcium phosphate dibasic anhydrous + silicon dioxide colloidal + crospovidone + magnesium stearate + mannitol + ferric oxide red + ferric oxide yellow

So as you can see here, there is a difference between the inactive ingredients as well as the addition of Hydrochlorothiazide in the pink pill.

I hope this helps!

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