Lisinophctz Tab 10125

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lisinop / hctz.10-12.5 M on one side LH1 on the other side



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lyn schubert Says:

I was perscibed Lisinop/hctz 10-12.5, when i got it from pharmacy it was a small blue pill. I just received it though mail order and the pill it larger, white and marking are LH1/M. I do not remember the markings on the small blue pill, I took them all. I do know they were very small markings that were hard to read. My question is; is this the same pill? They are totally different looking.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, they are the same thing as what you were taking, just made by a different manufacturer.

When a drug is available in generic form, it will be made by many different companies and they will all look different and have different markings.

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Mawmaw B Says:

I noticed on my bottle of Lisionop/HCTZ the warning exposure to the direct sunlight should be avoided. Does anyone know why? I have a garden I work in and cannot stay out of the sun. Side effects info??

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