This Doesn't Look Like The Normal Generic Pill I Take Called Pantoprazole 40mg Can You Identify?

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small round pale yellow identifier 124 on one side only

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Ladylove236 Says:

MG T SUN , small yellow pill with
124 on one side. Please tell me if
this is a form of Nexium? Thank-you very much. Gayle~

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GA Says:

Pale yellow round coated solid with the #124 on one side

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Jean Evans Says:

My pantoprazole 40 MG tabs don't look like the descrition on my print out from the pharmacy, Walgreens. They have different numbers on them than the sheet says.

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Verwon Says:

Just to clear things up, the round, yellow tablet with the 124 on it in black is a 40mg Pantoprazole delayed release tablet, a generic for Protonix.

No, this is not the same active ingredient as what is in Nexium, though it is in the same family of medications, proton pump inhibitors.

They work by reducing the amount of acid produced by the stomach to help treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, GERD, ulcers and gastritis.

Learn more Pantoprazole details here.

Side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness and stomach pain.

And Jean, always feel free to contact your pharmacy and ask, if you aren't sure. It's better to be safe and double check, rather than end up taking the wrong medication.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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