Tri Hctz37.5-25 Tablet

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ialwaays took a rectangle pinkish pill now my pharmacy gave me an oval green pill is this the same



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Verwon Says:

Unless you can provide the imprint from the tablets, I cannot help you. If you provide the imprint then I can look it up for you and check what it is, but the colors actually don't mean anything.

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