Re: How do you take Armour?
I believe that generics can be as good... but here's the thing...
"Generic" is not one product. Many manufacturers make produce products for the generic market that technically carry no name on the label, but which can be different from any other mnfr's "generic". Your local pharmacy may not buy its generic from the same mnfr each time, so you may end up with a different "generic" medicine each time you refill.
If your pharmacy can guarantee that the same mnfr's product would be available to you consistently, (presuming that product worked for you in the first place) it would be ok to use the generic. If they can't guarantee they won't switch mnfrs, I would switch to Armour next time and stick with it.