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I was recently prescibed an Apotex Methlyphenidate Hcl 20 mg SR, moving from the 20 mg pms, and they are white with APO on one side and SR 20 on the other, but most sites say that these pills are supposed to be yellow!?!?!? Do I have the right ones or should I be going to see a pharmacist to get them changed?
If you look up the Apotex website and the drug information on their methylphenidate pills you will see in the non-medical pill ingredients that the "MPH 10 mg" is yellow and blue, the "MPH 20 mg" is yellow, and the "MPH 20 mg SR" is listed seperately. It contains no yellow, blue, or any other color dye as an ingredient so it would make sense that it's white. You have the right pill based on your descrpition.
PM me for the link to the Drug information on the Apotex website.