This page is dedicated to comparing the different medications we have to offer. You might find it useful if you’ve ever shopped for drugs before. Even if you have a prescription for a specific product, there are lots of variations that are too narrow to specify within the Rx. For instance, your doctor likely won’t care what flavor or form your medication is, but there are many drug variations based on such differences.
The choice of drugs is much less complicated if you have a prescription. You’re literally told which pills are good for you. However, there is still a place for some comparative analysis. There’s always a place for comparative analysis when it comes to saving money or picking a better flavor.
Finding your drug isn’t always simple. Sometimes we might not have it, sometimes a drug can be a catch-all word for many different drugs. In short, you’ll often find yourself looking at different medicines that essentially use the same compound but have slight variations. It’s nerve-wracking, we know, that’s why we set up this page.
For non-prescribed drugs, the choice is even more difficult. There are thousands of drugs, each with its own set of indications, side effects, contraindications, warnings, and other qualities. Even if you only want some headache pills, you can be stuck here for hours just looking at the different drugs you can buy. Fortunately, that’s where this function comes into play.
You can select two specific drugs and compare their details. It’s much better than switching between two different pages and trying to find the corresponding lines. Also, it’s a good way to find out which one of these drugs is better for you physically because you can compare all the nasty side effects literally side-by-side. You can see which of these drugs have contraindications, and which of them don’t.