no but you'll have to try it & have a open mind.The generic is only 5% differant.By law thats all it can be off.Most of them might be 3 or 4 % it's really the same.If you find after 3 or 4 weeks its not working Your doctor can contact them & see what happens or put you on something else.At least try it though.
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