NO. When I started taking Keppra XR only the brand name was available, when generics started becoming available my doctor and his staff were very nervous. Everyone there said that the brand name is pretty much the best, however some people have done well on certain manufacturers of generics and they only let some patients take certain generics after carefully reviewing their EEG's. Certain generic versions of Keppra XR my doctor will not let anyone to take as some who were doing well and seizure free on the brand name who changed to a generic started having seizures. Inactive ingredients do change the way the active ingredient works.
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