Switched to Name brand Lexapro. I am worried that the generic isn't working right and wonder if the name brand is superior. I know the drug has to be the same and fillers are different but I am not sure. I take the one by Camber Pharmaceuticals. Any help would be great.
Personally, I prefer the name brand of Lexapro. I did try the generic for a couple months and it just wasnt working. With Lexapro I have no side effects and it works well on anxiety and depression. I take 10mgs. Ive been on it for 8 years now. Good luck.
Well it your money but not that many people do this because of the cost and not that much noticable difference when you figure name and brand are only allowed a 3.5% to a maximum of 4% difference from any batch but you could be having a problems with the binder. Best of luck.
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