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I’ve been on Mirtazapine for about a year, take 45mg. It doesn’t seem to work as well as it first did. I also have epilepsy and take two med for it and had break through seizures recently. I can only afford the generics, the name brands cost $1300/mo. I looked through the web and found people complain about which generic manufactures people complained about and which ones they liked or non of the above compared to the real stuff. I’m going to my Dr. today and ask him to wrote down which generic manufacture I want me to take my prescription refill. Apparently all generics are not the same.
So the question is has anyone experienced or noticed the same thing with Mirtazapine manufactures. I haven’t kept track with which generic I’ve been taking. Currently the manufacture I am using is made by Aurobindo which I found out is made in India. People in the anti-seizure forums complained about India manufactures. I assume each generic also has to be different form other generics and India seems to be at the bottom of the list. Has anyone noticed who makes the generics you take and any difference?
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