Chlord Clidi 5 2 5m (Thread 226619)
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Eberth Says:
I take chlord/clidi 5-2.5M a generic for librax. It has become very expensive and would like to ask if there is in the market a drug with similar ingredients. I suffer from spastic colon.

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Verwon Says:
Well, that is the generic, so it's about as cheap as it's going to get, which unfortunately isn't much help.

Have you discussed it with your doctor?

There is actually an assistance program for Librax, you can get more information and an application by calling 800-769-3880.


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