Ttop Care Acetaminophen 500 Strength Contains Two Distinct Pills.

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Brooksie Says:


Why would there be two different types of pills in the same Acetaminophen bottle by Top Care?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Brooksie! How are you?

They may use pills from a few different manufacturers. Many of these of-brand companies don't manufacture them, they are actually just distributors.

Are there any markings on them? If there are and you post back with them, that might enable us to double check and make sure they contain Acetaminophen.

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Brooksie Says:

Yes, there are markings and I looked them up. Both are acetaminophen 500 mg, but why are they in the same bottle? The company is Top Care.


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