Why are the mg's of methenamine so much higher in Uta than in Hyophen for instance? Also the mg's for sodium phosphate monobasic seems high.
SJ Pharmaceuticals, 4200 Northside Parkway NW, Building 12, Atlanta, GA 30327. (877) 604-7575
manufactures the drug Uta.
I would suggest you call SJ Pharm and ask why the mg's of methenamine are so much higher in their product Uta than in Hyophen as well as the sodium phosphate mono basic levels.
I would also pose the question if they have the exclusive patent on Uta or if other generics of it are available.
Just because they have the same ingredients does not mean they are trying to be the same medication. One type of pill can have more then another brand. They just aren't interchangeable drugs. Hard to tell you who makes it because sj pharmaceuticals distributes it, belcher pharmaceuticals seem to be the makers. Can't answer you on the sodium, hyophen doesn't even seem to have any.
The complexities of the pharmaceutical industry; costs, contents, components, marketing, regulations, international variants, etc., etc., etc., are incomprehensible and next to impossible for anyone from the outside (except the government) to obtain such information, explanation or justification. What a complex (yet valid) way to say I don't know, eh?
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