When your doctor prescribes medication, you should be able to tell the difference between different types of medications.
When your pharmacist sells you a prescription for a drug, they’re also responsible for knowing what to look for.
You can check your pharmacy’s website to see if there are any prescription drugs that are not labeled with the brand name, or you can check with your pharmaceutically licensed health care provider to see what they recommend.
For instance, if your pharmacist tells you that the medication is for anxiety, you may want to call them to ask about it.
However, you can’t make that call yourself.
Instead, you’ll need to find your pharmacoepidemiologist to call the doctor, who may be able help you find out which brand of medication is best for you.