Our expert says:
As long as the substitute is an exact generic - the same ingredients and strength - your pharmacist is allowed to change it, unless instructed by the prescriber not to do so. Unfortunately, with a small fraction of generics you do get the odd rotten apple.
Have you BP tested and swith back to th eoriginal if needed.
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