CVS switched from a generic from ANI to one from Mylan which apparently caused severe reactions for my wife.
DRUGSCOM0111; at this point I did check the FDA site and there have not been any problems and Mylan is the main generic manufacture Now that just really means it has passed all of the required tests as the brand names And it has the same active Ingredients in it but sometimes the binders the other stuff in the pill are not always the same. And also the fact that many people just see a different pill and it is very easy to make up there mind that this is not going to work. All I can think of is check with the Pharmacist when you can and see if he has had any other patient that have complained about this brand. Wish I could be of more help at times some people to it may take a few dose's to get adjusted to the new brand. Have a good Thanksgiving. Chuck1957
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