Is there a filler that is common in Generic Meds that is not used in Brand Name Meds?
- 16 Aug 2009 by nsturgeon
- allergic reactions
My wife has had allergic reactions to every generic prescription she has tried. But very few reactions to the Brand Names. Having to take Benedryl with meds is for the pits.
22 Aug 2009
Generic medications are produced as "cheaply" as possible! Often the ingredients used to bulk out tablets or flavour syrups etc are of lesser quality . You get what you pay for! My advice is if you get allergic reactions from generics, stick to the original brand.
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