Zyrtec Versus Texa 10

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Greg Says:

My wife & son were both prescibed initially Zyrtec and then after some months the generic Texa 10. My son complained immediately that the Texa 10 had no effect on releiving his symptoms and revetrted to Zyrtec from which he received relief again. A few days later my wife too complained of Texa being ineffective. The doctor and pharmacy assure me that the active ingrediants are the same. Please advise can there be a real difference or is it perceived.

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Verwon Says:

What country are you in?

The laws regarding generic medications aren't universal. I know, in the U.S. generics are allowed to differ in the amount of the active ingredient, as long as they stay within what the FDA considers and acceptable therapeutic window.


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In South Africa

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