... identical, No, it only last about 3 hours. It's cheap, so how can it be bioidentical to Brand Lunesta?
geh; It has met all the requirements to be an AB-rated generic equivalent the problem is the Inert ingredients sometimes don't breakdown like the brand name. What you could try to do is see if another company is making the generic and see if you Pharmacist well let you try that one. I have no love lost for Mylan company THIS IS the one on the news that has charged so much for those bee sting kits. that if you are allergic to bees you could die because they were less than 100.00 prior to Mylan buying all the rights from other generic companies and changed the price to 600-00 dollars. Anyway, for your Lunesta, it does have the same active ingredients it's the binders that don't always agree with some people and the brand name companies at this time well not give out that part of the mixture so that they are exact. but really they are to meet 3.5& to 7 & active ingredients same as the brand names. wish I could be of more help. but that is about all you can do. Is tell your Pharmacist that this brand is not working well and you want to know if another company is making it. wish you all the luck. By the way, at the top of the search bar, you could look up DEA, FDA AND REPORT IT TO BOTH OF THEM and just see what problems you can cause for these thieves. It is not your Pharmacist fault. Chuck1957
I totally agree with Chuck. It is sinful how much Mylan hiked up the price of their EpiPen recently - from $100 to $600 in one jump! What about the poor kids and adults who have to have two EpiPens, so that they can have one with them at all times, and have one at home so it is always at their disposal for a life threatening emergency? Shame on Mylan! Until recently, I was an advocate for Mylan bupropion SR. Not anymore. I would no longer recommend anything manufactured by them, or any other pharmaceutical company who wants to cheat the public for material gain. As a matter of fact, I have very little faith left in any generic substitutes for genuine name brand medications that used to give us relief from our medical problems. It's the world we live in, and it's a darned shame!
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