Chloral Hydrate (Thread 221173)

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Simon Says:


How much alcohol is in chloral hydrate mixture 1g (1000mg) / 10ml? I am currently taking Antabuse for a drinking problem I had - obviously, I'm reluctant to take it if there is anymore than a minimal amount in it.



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Trish Says:

I use to take Chloral Hydrate but they don't get it anymore where I live in Michigan and that really helped me! Our local hospital has it but won't sell it even with a prescription and I wonder if anybody knows where I can get it? They said it's only used for patients in the hospital which to me doesn't make any sense! I don't know why they won't fill it with my prescription.

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