Bisoprolol Unichem And Mylan Are There Differences

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Redinidaho Says:


my husband was given a new generic Bisoprolol manufactured by Unichem and it is pink were the one he was taking is by Mylan and blue. His blood pressure is high and he feels bad. Can anyone tell me why there is a difference?



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

I believe that your husband may be reacting to one or more of the "inactive" ingredients in Mylan's formulation of Bisoprolol. Certain "inactive" ingredients that may or may not be present in each brand, are actually detrimental to how the drug is metabolized and used by your body. Because everyone is different, your body may respond favorably with one medication and not the other, due to how you feel or based on whatever side effects present themselves. Have you spoken with your doctor about this?

Learn More: Bisoprolol Details

I hope this info helps!

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Jim Says:

Hello- I am so glad you posted this... I too have had the same experience and had no idea it was the meds. I've never felt worse.

Changing tomorrow

Jim

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