Trazodone 100mg Tab Apo-new Prescription Trazodone Teva 100mg Much Larger Pill

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worried Says:

does this new prescription contain other ingredients? My wife started taking new pills and now can't sleep

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Verwon Says:

Hi, Worried! Sorry that your wife is having trouble.

What are the markings on the tablet?

That's what would enable me to check this information for you.

Sometimes the manufacturer listed by the pharmacy isn't accurate, or the listed one may be carrying the medication actually made by someone else.

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Lori Says:
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My doctor prescribed me a white round pill imprinted "PLIVA 434" with a line on the back. It was prescribed for insomnia at a dose of 100 mg. Is this right?

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Shady33 Says:
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Anything with Teva on it is usually very good. They switch my 1 mg Klonopin from the yellow tevas to these gray substitute generic Klonopin which is not as effective as the tevas. Just like oxycodone. Some prefer lativas and I always liked the mallecraft Iif you are not getting the tevas you might want to try a different pharmacy. I switch from CVS to Harris teeter and I'm back to the yellow tevas 1 mg Klonopins. Plus I could get some ice cream and a couple groceries while getting my meds. Good luck and best wishes to you.

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