To anyone out there who is or has ever taken the generic to Anafranil, This may not make sense to most people (particularly antidepressants users) but i'm currently taking a generic to Anafranil. It's working (i know it is) but something's missing or lacking and i'm still getting some bothersome side effects. I know that if i can take the brand, it'll be a whole lot better but the brand is so outrageously expensive that my insurance won't cover for it! There are currently four companies that manufacture the generic- Mylan, Sandoz, Teva, & Taro Pharmaceuticals-the one I'm currently on is Sandoz but it doesn't feel like it's doing the job right. Is there anyone out there who knows which of the other three can do a much more effective job than Sandoz, i would greatly appreciate it!
empire5sb all of these brands have met the standards for the generic in the usa they have a warning about import,or from import pharmacy not to use them many of them had other meds in them normally Sandoz is a good old time brand name company but it takes some time to adjust to a change because the binders might be slighly different..to people that are extra sensitive I know Mylan,and and Teva have been making this for years and never had any problems with them those were the top dispensed one's But if it has been just a new change i would hang in there a week to 10 days and see if your body adjust to it..Have a good day..
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