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Re: Generic Ritalin Too Mark H.

Posted by Collete on October 11, 2001, at 21:23:51

In reply to Re: Generic Ritalin Too, posted by Mark H. on October 9, 2001, at 18:45:50

> I have noticed a large difference in potency between different makers of methylphenidate, the generic equivalent to Ritalin. How do you tell who made it (it's not shown on my prescription label)? The last two batches have been called "Methylin," and they have a capital "M" in a square box on a white pill, 20mg strength.
> While it's not a big deal for me to simply take more, since I have good insurance, it would make a huge difference to someone on a limited income paying out of pocket.
> Anyone else have this experience with generic Ritalin?
> Many thanks,
> Mark H.

I guess a simple thing to do would be to ask your pharmacist what lab makes your pill. My pills had the whole word Mylan written on it. The Greenstone version have a G and some numbers.




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