There is now a generic form of quetiapine which people i work with take. However they report more sedation and other side effects. Is there any evidence to suggest that other varieties made by sondate/teva are any different?
3 Aug 2012
There shouldn't be any difference.
A generic drug is a drug that is exactly the same as the brand-name drug, but can only be produced after the brand-name drug's patent has expired.
A generic drug is the same as a brand-name drug in:
dosage, safety, strength, quality, the way it works, the way it is taken and the way it should be used.
For more information see:
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
I want to ask if anyone has been taking Seroquel (Quetiapine) 100 mg for long term insomnia (like more than 2 years). How's the effect? As I ...
5 answers • 8 Dec 2010
I've been on Quetiapine xr 50mg for almost 2 months now and it works miracles. I have missed one single dose, but continues the next day and ...
2 answers • 5 Jun 2013
Hi so I'm pretty desperate right now. My story is long so I'll try and keep it short ish. I've been suffering from OCD for as long as ...
1 answer • 18 days ago