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Bellergal-S

## My pharmacist tells me Bellergal-S as well as Bellaspas have been discontinued. Is this true ## My pharmacist at Target tells me the same thing. Who manufactures Bellergal-s? ## My pharmacist says Sprastrin is the same as Bellergal-S. Is this true? ## That is the generic I have been taking for over a year for hot flashes. ## All I can say is do not get off of it suddenly. I was taking Bellergal-S for 25 years. It was discontinued. My physician told me to get off of it cold turkey. I nearly died. ## i have just discovered that bellaspas is unavailable.... my doctor says there is nothing to replace it....and yet it seems online there are other options. does anyone know WHY bellaspas was discontinued? ## p.s.... one nice side effect was the restless leg syndrome that i was not wanting t...

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Bellergal S-tabs

As a gynecologist, I used to prescribe Bellergal S-tabs for vasomotor symptoms of menopause with varying success. Over the years (35+ in practice) I just got out of the habit, and I forgot why. Now I'd like to add it back into my black bag as an alternative therapeutic choice and lo and behold, it seems to be off the market! I've searched for 30 minutes now, and still haven't been able to find the exact dose of belladonna/ergotamine/phenobarbital the S-tabs used to have. Can anyone help? ## Hi, Harry! How are you? There were some FDA crackdowns regarding some of these types of medications that involved unapproved substances, or unapproved dosages. Companies were ordered to remove them from the market, until safety could be proven with testing. The bad thing about that was th...

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ingredience of Bellergal Spacetabs

what are the ingredience of Bellergal spacetabs and the side effects ## The ingredients are Belladonna Alkaloids + Ergotamine + Phenobarbital. Source:

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bellergril-s

brain meds ## Hello, Do you mean the medicine Bellergal-S? It is used to treat some symptoms of menopause (such as hot flashes, sweating, restlessness, and trouble in sleeping). However, it is not effective against other problems that may occur after menopause, such as osteoporosis. This medicine is also used to prevent migraine or cluster headaches in people who get these headaches often. It is not used to treat a headache that has already started. This combination medicine may also be used for other problems as determined by your doctor.

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bellergal spacetabs

being used to help hot flashes; how dies it compare to BELLARMINE?

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