Definitions for "Generic drugs"
Exact copies of brand-name drugs. Generic drugs are as safe and effective as brand-name drugs, but are generally less expensive. A generic drug can be produced only when a brand-name drug's 20-year patent has expired (with certain exceptions). (See TRIPS) Everything's ready now, you can go for it. After climax, hold the condom firmly onto the penis with your fingers, and withdraw from the vagina, anus or mouth. Take care not to spill any fluid. Now, take off the condom and throw it in a bin. Never try to re-use a condom.
A drug that contains the same active ingredient as the original drug, and is hence interchangeable with it.
Prescription drugs that have the same active ingredient formula as a brand name drug. Generic drugs usually cost less than brand-name drugs and are rated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be as safe and effective as brand-name drugs.