because, sertraline is the generic form of zoloft. When a drug is generic, that means the main company that makes it no longer has exclusive rights to make it. Any pharmaceutical company who has the formula can manufacture that chemical. So depending on the company making it, it will look different (for less confusion - what is this drug??). The easiest thing to do is to either call poison control, or use a drug identifier online, and it will ask for the color/markings on the pill to identify the drug, manufacturer, and strength. Or, you can call a pharmacist, they have tools to look it up to.
3 years of work in pharmacy.
· 1 decade ago