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Discussion in 'Pan American Laboratories' started by Anonymous, May 6, 2008 at 10:28 PM.
whats the difference
is there really a diffrence in any of our products. "No matter how many times you paint a PIG - It is still a pig"
well yea but arent they the same just 1mg of lmf?? whats the difference?
no, deplin is 7.5 mg of lmf, while zervalx is just 1 mg.
so whats the advantage of the lower dose? what is the indication?
I've found out from a Rite Aid pharmacy that their McKesson wholesaler has both Zervalx and Deplin linked together. So be careful....if a dr rx's Deplin the pharmacist could fill it with Zervalx because it's less expensive.
Same thing with Walgreens and Walmart. Can't say I'm surprised though.
If you're taking Deplin for it's anti-depressant effect, how many milligrams may make a crucial difference. Also, FDA hasn't cleared zervalx for treatment of depression.
The FDA hasn't approved any of their products for anything.