Small victory to report. We are all told stick to the same brand òf meds. So was shocked when my local lloyds chemist said if the gp puts itraconazole your get the generic version .not the pick and blue sporonax. So i spoke to my gp and they said itraçonazole is what you will get as sporonax cost to much. So got a letter sent to gp clearly stating from manchester the benefits of staying on the sporonax. Stiĺ wouldnt budge as they said there was no proof sporonax was better than the generic version. So i did some research and found a article that clearly states sporonax is better than the generic version in a article in the british medical journal. So duely back to gp and pointed this out . So he said he would check with his chemist chap and get back to me. Within the hour he phoned back saying from now on it would be sporonax on my prescription as the chemist chap said it would harm test results if changed to generic.. so if your gp tries yo change your meds fight your corner! Sometimes you do win.