Teva Brand Vs Myland

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BobT Says:


I was taking Lunesta but had to stop because of the price. I then began taking Teva brand and now I learn they are having production problems and might not be available for 2 - 3 months. Has anyone heard of or tried Mylan? And comments?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bob! How are you?

Have you tried it, yet?

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including next day hangover-like symptoms, headache, unusual taste in your mouth and cold-like symptoms.

Can anyone that's taken the one manufactured by Mylan chime in with their experiences, please?

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JoJo74 Says:
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I have also taken Teva for yes. They gave me the Mylan last time and I can't sleep without taking a Benedryl with it. Mylan does not work for me. I have called Walgreens, CVS, Economy Compounding and now Walmart. No luck.

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