There is now a generic form of quetiapine which people i work with take. However they report more sedation and other side effects. Is there any evidence to suggest that other varieties made by sondate/teva are any different?
3 Aug 2012
There shouldn't be any difference.
A generic drug is a drug that is exactly the same as the brand-name drug, but can only be produced after the brand-name drug's patent has expired.
A generic drug is the same as a brand-name drug in:
dosage, safety, strength, quality, the way it works, the way it is taken and the way it should be used.
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