I found out that my Pharmacist switched some medications on my husband, and did not tell us. We were blaming one medication, when it was really a different generic one.
Lexapro - how can you be sure which version of the drug you are on?
- 26 Jun 2015 by Osterjto
- 26 June 2015
You make it sounds like he did something illegal. All you have to do is look at your meds and you'd know if it was the same one you've been taking. There is a pill identifier at the top of the page to check your pills. Unless the dr writes on the prescription brand specific or does not check the box that says brand only the pharmacist can give you a generic. Most insurances don't want to pay for brand if there is a generic.
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