My newest prescription does not seem to be as effective as my previous medication. The only difference is the manufacturer, dose the same.
as long as the ingredients are the same, the drugs are suppose to be exactly alike as far as effect of treatment. but i have heard people at pharmacies ask for the round instead of oblong or visa versa. i think that sometimes we are programmed to a certain thing and we can't change. but basically if the ingredients are the same, so are the pills,
I heard that the same drug by different manuf. Can have up to a 1 mg allowance for how much of the active medicine that they have in them. Does anyone have anymore info on this? I have definatley noticed a difference between dif. manufactured percocet 7.5's. The round watsons seem to relieve my pain and work way better.
I was getting a prescription of Ambien for awhile, which was small round pills and they knocked me out within 10 minutes and I slept through the night. The same pharmacy changed the manufacturer who they bought them from, they are now white and oblong. They do hardly nothing for me. 45 minutes after taking I am still awake. How can the same prescription not have the same effect?
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