Do name brand meds work better than generic meds?

It’s cheaper. Way cheaper.

Mesolimbic activaton causes anger is my theory. I notice it in my daily life an angry feeling. Like i had to catch a bus yesterday i almost never do and both there and back the anger was huge i was feeling. I cant stand other humans. The train is OK and good but the bus is disgusting all packed in listening to their filfh and having to get off the bus sooo quickly otherwise the bus driver complains. Everyone thanks the bus driver like a ■■■■■■.

I have caught buses like a 1000 times in the past year or so but i did something radical i stopped catching buses 100% for many months now over 6 months probably. I walk everywhere and only catch trains. This is seriously radical all to avoid other humans. After yesterday I wont even use the bus for that location again. Almost no scenarios where i need a bus

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My psychiatrist said that you shouldn’t switch because while they have the same active ingredient, they have different excipients that influence how the active ingredient get absorbed.
This explains why some people feel a difference while they are supposed to be the same med.

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I believe the difference is that generics can vary the amount of active ingredient by up to 10%, where name brands need to be within 1%.

Some people are sensitive to generics, but most aren’t.

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I’ve noticed no difference between brand name and generic. I’m currently on brand name, but was on generic when there was a shortage and no difference for me.

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Yes, the biggest difference between generics and brand name is the amount of active ingredient to filler. I believe It can vary up to 10% up or down

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I never had the option of knowing a difference because I’ve always had to take generic because my med insurance won’t pay for brand name.

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With ziprasidone, I really prefer Dr Reddy’s generic to Apotex. When I get cranky and have no idea why, it’s usually because my pharmacy got the Apotex generic and I didn’t realize it. My pharmacy luckily knows me well enough by now that they will save some of the Dr. Reddy’s for me when they switch for a month or two. I accomplished this by crying in front of them multiple times.

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Oh gosh, what have I gotten myself into?

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