Recently switched to Lupin 12.5 ER (blue E62/LU). Was on Actavis (yellow A1) recently and Par (white A116) for a while before that. Yellow.
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Recently switched to Lupin 12.5 ER (blue E62/LU). Was on Actavis (yellow A1) recently and Par (white A116) for a while before that. Yellow and white seemed the same in every way. The pill even tastes about the same. I think the blue Lupin ones are the stronger. That's what I'm on now and I feel the divine tusks of our Lord.
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For non CR, I've had white 74 (some with Teva, some 93), yellow 10mg, and purple MZ2. Not much difference between the bunch in those cases. Anyone have a different experience?
How do you even go about being able to choose which generic brand you can get? It seems like each pharmacy arbitrarily dispenses whatever kind they want.
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Never had a choice. I've had pharmacists try to order specific brands of other meds, but they always come back saying their supplier only carries one brand. Changing pharmacies may get a different brand, though.
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Lupin's Zolpidem CR tablets 6.25 mg & 12.5 mg is the AB rated generic equivalent of Sanofi's Ambien CR Extended-release tablets, 6.25 mg.
(LPI) shall commence marketing the product shortly. Sanofi's Ambien CR Extended-release tablets had annual U.S sales of approximay US$ 366 million (IMS MAT Mar 2013). Lupin's wholly owned US subsidiary Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc. Newsroom Lupin Receives FDA Approval for Generic Ambien CR Extended-release Tablets Mumbai, Baltimore, September 16, 2013: Pharma major, Lupin Limited (Lupin), announced today that it has received final approval for its Zolpidem Tartrate Extended-release tablets USP, 6.25 mg and 12.5 mg from the United States Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) to market a generic version of Sanofi Aventis, U.S, LLC's (Sanofi) Ambien CR Extended-release tablets, 6.25 mg and 12.5 mg. Lupin's Zolpidem CR tablets 6.25 mg & 12.5 mg is the AB rated generic equivalent of Sanofi's Ambien CR Extended-release tablets, 6.25 mg and 12.5 mg and is indicated for the treatment of insomnia characterized by difficulties with sleep onset and/or sleep maintenance.
@bags under my eyes-I chew up the generic Zolpidem (and Ambien) tablets. I have been told chewing/crushing is okay, but not for the.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic versions of Ambien for the treatment of insomnia. via UPI.
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After prodding from the insurance company my MD switched me from Ambien to the generic. The first time I used the generic I woke up nauseated and ".
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