I have been taking methotrexate sulphate for years - and they have always been dispensed as individual pills in a bottle.
Yesterday I used a new chemist and was given a box of pills in blister packs and it was called methotrexate sodium. I queried this with the duty chemist and she said that this is what they always use when dispensing mtx, but she also said something about the loose ones being out of stock. I am not really sure she knew exactly what she was talking about. She believes that they are the same thing. I am a bit worried as I know that even medicines made by different makers can vary in their compostion.
Are methotrexate sulphate and methotrexate sodium the same thing or interchangable?