Darvocet Return To Market (Page 2)

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I have given Darvocet to patients for over 50 years. It is much superior to the codeine addicting medications. I have been unable to find any pain medication as effective as darvocet on medium acute or chronic pain. How can we get this medication back on the market?

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David Says:

I am opiate tolerant. Only Darvon and methadone kill my pain. My only alternative s methadone which is addictive. Please help.

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Michael Says:

I took Darvocet N100 for since 1983 for Chronic Back pain, no side effects, I was able to take 2 a day without dozing off , could complete my work day without a hitch,,,Now if I am in pain I have take addictive medication hard to get off... Percocet is the best but its highly addictive,, The Government is classifying us as addicts under strict control.. Bring back Darvocet, let us sign a waiver..

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Joan waid Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I am allergic to every pain medicine EXCEPT darvaset!! This is the one thing I can take. This can’t hurt more people than all the addictive meds still on market. IF people are afraid, DONT TAKE IT. But some people STILL NEED THIS OPTION. The crap they say works like darvaset but safer does NOT WORK. Help us get it back. Please

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Ludo Says:

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Really safe meds you mean the ones that are causing the so called opiod epidemic? While people with real pain can't be given enough pain meds to get rid of even half their pain. And have no life because of the pain. But lets set up safe injection sites. It is all BS

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Joan waid Says:
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It is the one pain med I can take that I am NOT allergic to, why don’t they put it back on the market. For those who have trouble with it , use your head, take something else. However, unfair to those of us who need it and can’t take anything else!!!

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