Small Yellow Pill With 144

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small round yellow pill with 144 on one side and blank on the other side.



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Verwon Says:

Wow, I am really having trouble finding this one.

Can you tell me where you found it and what country you are in?

It may be an over the counter item.


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Karen Says:

It was sent to me as Pantaprozole 20mg. But, no place can I find Pantaprozole described as the drug I received. And, yes, it was sent from the USA.

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Roy Says:

Hi Karen - was there a manufacturer name or anything on the packaging or invoice? I could try contacting them directly if you have that information?

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Karen Says:

That's what is so bizzar ... the packaging says Pantaprozole 20mg. But, it is nothing like my previous Pantaprozole. The enclosed brochure tells me it is either being made by a new company or is a generic. But, originally I was told that Pantaproze was a generic for Protonix.

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Roy Says:

Okay I was able to get more information and verify what you have. First I checked what variations of Pantoprazole could look like and was able to find a 40 mg pill to look similar to what you had described. The only difference was that it was imprinted with 124 instead of 144. Here's the image. The corresponding manufacturer was identified as Caraco Pharmaceuticals, so I was able to locate their Pantoprazole product sheet in PDF format.

It states "Pantoprazole Sodium Delayed-Release Tablets are supplied as 20 mg yellow round
biconvex delayed-release tablets imprinted with '144' (black ink) on one side."

So yes, the packaging is correct. You have 20 mg Pantoprazole which is manufactured by Caraco. I hope this helps!

Reference: http:/­/­www.caraco.com/­products/­Pantoprazole.pdf


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Karen Says:

Roy ... A BIG thanks to you. I really appreciate this.

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