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Please give me information on this drug? My physician prescibed the drug singulair but it wasn't available in our community drugstore. The parmacist said that Montemax is its equivalent and I bought it instead. Thanks.

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Verwon Says:
Montelukast is the generic for Singulair. It is not available in generic form in the U.S. yet, but it is common for generics to be available faster in other countries.

So it appears that Montemax is just the name that another company manufactures it under.

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ferj Says:
hi my baby uses singulair but her pedia advised me to shift to montemax since it's cheaper and yet it has the same effects, i actually never knew about before our she told us far it's ok

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rodalyn diaz Says:
my daughter use it for 4 years is it ok to continue and shes using 4mg do i need to use 5 mg now?

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