My pharmacist says it's NOT a generic, but a proper replacement... this at my demand that MetanX generics are NOT even close (there are even class action suits).
I know MetanX is used to treat pain from Diabetic Neuropathy, and I believe it worked well before. I'm afraid this "non-generic replacement" may not really be so.
It concerns me that the instructions that came with FoltanX state right off that FoltanX is used as a treatment for patients with high homocysteine levels. I don't have that. It says nothing about diabetic neuropathy, but it could easily have side uses.
Any help is greatly appreciated