Chemical Name For Pagoclone

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sir, i live in Pakistan and i stutter from last 20 years...i heard alot about this pagoclone medicine, but it is not available in Pakistan, can u please mail me its chemical name so that i could find it in Pakistan.
i will be highly thankful

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Verwon Says:

The chemical compound for Pagoclone is 2-(7-chloro-1,8-naphthyridin-2-yl)-3-(5-methyl-2-oxohexyl)isoindolin-1-one.

However, there is a reason you haven't been able to find this medication, while it has been undergoing trials to help those with a stutter, it has never been made commercially available, yet.

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So, it is not available in any country!

Are there any other comments or questions?

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haroun Says:

When pagoclone will be ready for use by stutters, and if not ready when do you expect the finishing of trails and be ready to use

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Fazal Hadi Says:

Sir i am from Pakistan. I also face stuttering problem still. I am now 22. I heard about 'Pagoclone' tablets. So where can i find these tablets in Pakistan?

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Daisy Says:
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Hey Dr, is Pagoclone available in hospitals if not where can i get it please i really need it to get change in my life, am leaving in Cairo Egypt thanks

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