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why was it discontinued norgesic forte
I get pains down my leg usually when the weather changes from warm to cold and when it rains. I have always taken Norgesic Forte as soon as the pain starts and it always takes care of my pain. I can no longer get Norgesic Forte and the substitute my Pharmist told me to ask my Doctor for does not work. What other medications should I ask my Doctor for. I am in pain daily ## Hi Barney, Sorry to hear about your situation. I can't find any information on why norgesic was discontinued, but I think if you were to look into other Rx pain management options, there's always the usual list of narcotics to choose from; Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Percocet, Norco, Dilaudid, Opana, Fentanyl, etc...Your doctor would probably know better than anyone else, which of these medications might be most a... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norgesic.
Wed, Mar 05 '14, 8:39 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 254862
norgesic forte
3M has discontinued making Norgesic Forte. I am trying to find out why as I have taken this medication for years. Additionally, I am trying to find out if any generic forms of asprin, caffeine, & orphenadrine (Norgesic Forte) exist. Thank you for any help you may be able to provide. Virginia Ashby ## I can't find information on why it was discontinued, it could have happened for many reasons, such as lack of sales or safety issues. There was a generic available, however, if it still is, is also unknown. Have you talked to your doctor or pharmacy to see if the generic is still available? ## I also take Norgesic Forte for migraines and have for over 15 years. They stopped making it before and after 8 months or so they started again. Now, here we go again. So my pharmacist suggeste... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Norgesic.
Mon, Apr 07 '14, 4:07 PM   16  Subscribe to thread 198636
 Norgesic Forte Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Orphenadrine
Norgesic is the brand name of a muscle relaxant. The generic is a combination of 450mg of paracetamol, and 35mg of orphenadrine citrate. It is available in Scandinavia, Thailand and Australia, but has been discontinued in some other countries. It is also used in Hong Kong. References Norgesic at drugs.com Document PDF Orphenadrine citrate 35mg & Paracetamol 450mg This drug article relating to the musculoskeletal system is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e ...
why was orphenedrine compound forte discontinued
I am trying to determine why orphenedrine compound forte was discontinued and if there is a replacement. ## You can still get Norgesic which is orphenedrine citrate, the same main ingredient as in Norgesic Forte. I took Norgesic Forte for my migraines and it worked wonderfully. When it was taken off the market, my dr switch me to regular Norgesic and had me take 2 excedrin along with it. This completes the ingredients that were in Norgesic Forte and give me the same result. ## Thank you for the information regarding orphenedrine and excedrine. What dosage orphenedrine are you using? ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but apparently Orphenedrine is only available in dosages of 60 to 100mg; both of which can be taken every 8 hours according to the "general" dosing guidelines I... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norgesic.
Tue, Apr 29 '14, 7:24 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 258507
manufacture of norgesic forte
do they make norgesic forte anymore ## No, I'm sorry it has been discontinued, but I haven't been able to find any information on the reason. Have you talked to your doctor? They should be able to help you find an alternative medication to use. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norgesic Forte.
Fri, Jul 26 '13, 12:57 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249482


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