It is related to the timed released version of Effexor. I used it for a month off of samples from my Dr. It worked well but found out my insurance didn't cover it so we had to make a switch. I have used Effexor XR and it worked well until I had to change because it was droped from my insurance formulary. Good luck in finding the answers you are looking for.
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