Analyphylactic Reaction To Certain Generic Fiorcet Brands

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Harleygal Says:


I recently started having acute allergic reactions to the generic fiorcet V 2355 round pill. I have taken this medication for years, and at first had to have the blue name brand/generic, but then found that I could take some of the white generics. Am wondering if the V 2355 inactive ingredients changed lately as I believe this is the one I had previously been taking with no reactions. The reactions I'm having are severe and affect my ability to breathe. How can I find out if the inactive ingredients were changed by this manufacturer?



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Verwon Says:

It is always possible to develop an allergy to something, because our bodies change with time. There is always the risk of suddenly becoming allergic to something that you have taken safely, or used for years, according to NIH reports.

However, I did find a warning from the manufacturer, Qualitest Pharmaceuticals that states the inactive ingredients may vary, depending on which plant has manufactured the medication.

I wonder if your pharmacy might have a list of which ones were used in that particular lot of the medication?

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