wife says the one from CVS is not as effective. the drug from walgreen's works better.
Hello tnormoyle. Its possible. The generics, vary from onr manufacurer to another. Its happened to me in regards to Paroxetine. I''ve had 3 different generic manufacturers fill my perscription. Biggest difference in my case, side effects. They were much more pronounced in one versus another. Regards, pledge
As I answered for another question, the government allows for generics to have a 10% difference from generic to original medication, thus if you use two different generics you could conceivably get a 20% difference in the meds. Same for the fillers, which is why Pledge has more side effects with one generic v the other one. I would ask your pharmacy to order the same generic brand that Walgreen's uses, and they can probably get the same brand name for you. I have done this with CVS to Target pharmacy when I switched, and Target got me all the generics that I preferred at CVS. Good Luck!
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