Calan SR - I've been taking calansr 240mg for about 15 years my insurance has changed and vaerapamil
- 12 Jan 2011 by beachluv44
- calan, calan sr, high blood pressure, insurance
... is only covered now on my insurance can I switch to that without any problems??
12 Jan 2011
Brand Name: Calan SR; generic version is verapamil. Therefore, it is the same drug and the answer is yes.
Please notify your physician that your insurance is no longer covering the brand name.
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