White Pill M473

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white pill m473

big pill ## Located a match it's Divalproex sodium ER 500 mg, which is for the treatment of the manic episodes of bipolar disorder. In rare cases, it is also used as a treatment for major depressive disorder, and increasingly taken long-term for prevention of both manic and depressive phases of bipolar disorder, especially the rapid-cycling variant. It is also used in the US for the treatment of epilepsy, chronic pain associated with neuropathy, and migraine headaches. To learn more click on the link below... Valproate_semisodium Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I was given a prescription for this medication after a stroke. I was told it would help with the cockeyedness I feel every day (happened last week). Little nervous taking t... ...

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large white oval ## The pill in description is Divalproex sodium ER (500 mg). It is used in the treatment of epilepsy; mania; bipolar disorder; and migraine prevention. To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ## HI I was at 250mg of delayed release twice a day and I began running out of pills- my doctor was unwilling/unable to see me before my scheduled appointment so I started taking just one a day to make it last and then 3-4 days with none at all- I definitely felt the effect in my moods. I went into the doctor yesterday and he upped my dosage to 500mg twice a day - should i cut the pills in half and take 250 for a week or two before upping to 500? Or should... ...

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white m473, metallic taste

Has this medication caused metallic taste? Went from same med (purple genetic depakote), to this horse pill (huge white, with M473 on side), & ever since, I feel I gave been sucking on pennies. ## Hello, Nursenads! How are you? Yes, Divalproex has been known to cause a change in the perception of taste, in some people that take it. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, mood swings and weight gain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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white oval m 473 what is it prescribed for and possible side effects

a white oval shapped pill with m473 on one side ## I NEED SOBOXIN AND A DOCTOR THAT WILL HELP ME THAT TAKES MEDICAID ## This tablet contains 100mgs of Divalproex Sodium CR, a generic for Depakote ER. It is mainly used in the treatment of BiPolar Disorder. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and weight gain. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...

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Divalproex 500 Mg Teva drug company

My old depakote (divalproex sodium er 500 Mg was a large pink pill. my new prescription of the same pill made by the same Company [Teva] now is larger, white and has the number M473 on one side. Is this the same pill. I have epilepsy and valporic acid - depakote was the med that saved me. Thanks. ## Yes, the new tablet is also 500mgs of Valproic Acid in an extended release formulation, but it is not manufactured by Teva, it is manufactured by Mylan Pharmaceuticals, which is why the logo is an M. Learn more Valproic Acid details here. Are there any other questions? ## My pill says DR (the old pink one). Is extended release the exact same thing? I was reading where some of these can be dangerous because they're given for different problems.......such as headaches. Thanks for your help... ...

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Help identifying a pill.

This is a oval, white pill with M473 on it. ## The pill in description is Divalproex sodium ER (500 mg). To view information about this drug, please click on the link below... If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you. ...

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