Sertraline Oval Blue Pill M | S3 On One Side

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Light blue oval tablet has center split mark with M on the left and S3 on the right, nothing printed on back side. Bottle labeled as Sertraline HCL 100mg. Impact was immediate - I stayed in bed or on the couch for almost a week. The pink 723 tabs I used to use did not have this impact. I'll appreciate finding out if it's just me, or have others experienced this?

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Crystal Says:
M S3, blue oval tablet is Sertraline 100 mg. The Pink oblong tablet with 723 on it and a crooked D like logo in front of it is also Sertraline 100 mg.

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Mike Says:
I just ran out of the '723's and began taking the blue tabs again; same affect. Is it possible that formulation from the 'M|S3' supplier has either been short-filled or unfilled? If there is a way to check District 6/Lincoln VA-supplied M|S3's for sertraline content, I'd recommend it. Meanwhile, I will ask for a '723' refill, as those work well.

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tamathafish Says:
I got the Sertraline from VA. Every month I get a different color/ shape.
This is the first time I got the blue ones marked M S3. I don't like them either. They seem to make me tired one day, then feel as if I haven't even taken one. I get small waves of anxiety. With the others I am fine w/ no anxiety.

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crompts Says:
I, too, get my meds from the VA. I get yellow, white and now blue. The blue ones do not work for me at. The white ones seem to increase anxiety. I tried to insist on the yellow but to no avail. You have to take what you get??? I went to a private doctor and got zoloft, non generic...always worked for me..

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