Is there a generic Staxyn?
The patent for Staxyn, approved by the FDA in mid-2010, doesn’t expire until December 2028, according to Drugs.com. That means you’ll be waiting a long time before a generic version of this orosoluble ED drug reaches the market. Sadly, that does nothing to deter the unscrupulous operators of some online pharmacies from claiming they can ship a generic version of the drug to you right now. Whatever they send to those foolish enough to order this so-called generic, you can be sure that it will not be a therapeutically equivalent version of Staxyn. Worse yet, it may well contain toxic substances that can be hazardous to your health.
Even when Staxyn’s patent expires and a generic version of the drug becomes legally marketable, play it safe and order drugs only from reliable online suppliers that source the medications they sell from U.S.-licensed pharmacies.