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what replaces dallergy chewables or syrup? help!

our mail order pharmacy, optum rx, is telling us they can't fill our son's prescription for dallergy because it is now "off market"? this is the only med that helps him without putting him to sleep. does anyone know if this is true or are they just full of it? does anyone know what might substitute for it? thank you ## Hello, Tamara! How is your son doing? What are the ingredients in the one he's been taking? I've found several different listings and none are the same. Have you tried asking his pediatrician about the issue?

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dallergy

just found out about devastating news that they now pulled stahist. WTF! and of course i started crying in front of my pharmacist for the 23 time in my life. he dug and found out that dallergy ph syrup has been reformulated and that is what he got for me. havent picked up yet sinc i still have 3 stahists left, but without insurance its $120.00. my last bottle lasted me more than 1 year so it will all equal out. please check with your parmacist guys and god bless. lets all pray this lasts.

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D Allergy Jr. Capsules...in generic

My daughter was taking DAllergy Jr. capsules for her allergies. It is the only medicine that we have found that really works for her. It was prescribed by her allergist. We haven't been able to get this drug for over 10 months or so, due to a problem with the manufacturer (that's what we were told). Now I hear that it is back on the market, but my insurance requires that I buy the generic version of this, which NO ONE seems to be able to get. Does anyone know what is up with this? I am so frustrated. It doesn't seem that I can get any straight answers or find a pharmacy that might be able to get me the medicine my daughter needs. ## Same with daughter was taking Dallergy Jr. tablets to and worked very well for ger and now we can't get them for over 10 months,because of M...

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Dallergy Syrup LAS

what do this do for my son. ## Dallergy contains Chlorpheniramine + Methscopolamine + Phenylephrine. This medicine is an antihistamine, decongestant, and anticholinergic combination used to relieve congestion, sneezing, and watery eyes due to colds, flu, or hay fever. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

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