Our expert says:
No drug is supposed to be registered as a generic unless a good amount of proper research has shown it to be biologically equivalent to the original drug, so it should not have more or less sid-effects than the earlier product. Occasionally there are minor differences in how tightly a tablet is packed, etc., which might make a minor difference in how rapdiyl it is absorbed --- but again, the authorities are supposed to insist that this, too, be equivalent.
Of course the totally unlamented Manto as Minister of Ill-Health ruined the drug registration system, just as she ruined almost everything else she touched, so the procedures are much slower and less reliable than previously. Noise in the head ( tinnitus ) is, though little recognized, a possible side-effect of Zoloft, and if someone already has tinnitus for any other reason, ZOloft seems at times to make it worse. Nose bleeds are also a rare but potential side-effects of the drug, which sounds like it really doesn't suit her. I think she should call the doc to report the side-effects, as he might want to recommend at least a reduction again of the dose, before the next appointment.
I suspect these are unfortunate but ordinary side-efects of the drug itself, and can occur whether the generic or original product is used. If you have already found original Zoloft suits you without such problems, the generic form should not cause any new or worse problems than the original did.
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