Question About Enalapril

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michael k. Says:


Hi,
Its early Saturday morning and I have just opened a new prescription bottle of enalapril 20MG. The pill hasW 926 stamped on it. I will be contacting my mail order pharmacy plan company later this afternoon, but does anyone know if this definitely is or is not enalapril. I am really curious right now!



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Jack B Says:

I have exactly the same problem as Michael K. How do I identify the pill to make sure it is correct.

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Amy Says:

Yes that imprint W926 is 20 mg Enalapril.

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WESLEY MATQUET Says:

I have just received a refil of my blood pressure medication, ENEPRIL 10mg. These are blue pills with an M E17 on them. Are these correct?

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Joe Says:

Yes the W 926 is enalapril 20
I also have the Teva version which has 93
29 on it

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Verwon Says:

Yes, the M E17 are also Enalapril, in a 10mg dose.

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Butterfly Says:
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Im taking althea pills,but im also on enalapril, is it ok

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