Disobrom Substitute For Drixoral?

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Sneezy Says:


Is Disobrom an excellent substitute for Drixoral? Is it available OTC and/or Scrip?



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David Says:

Disobrom contains the active Ingredients: DEXBROMPHENIRAMINE MALEATE + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE SULFATE

According to the FDA and the manufacturer "Sandoz", Disobrom has been discontinued and is no longer available.

Referenced from:
http:/­/­fdadrugs.legalview.com/­legal-issue/­disobrom

The following drugs have also been noted to be discontinued (which includes Drixoral):
BROMPHERIL; DISOBROM; DISOMER; DISOPHROL; DRIXORAL PLUS; RESPORAL

It appears that the ingredient "Dexbrompheniramine" is the reason for being discontinued; as Pseudoephedrine is still largely available via prescription.

Have you asked your doctor about other alternatives?

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lindsg Says:

Found substitute for Drixoral and it WORKS. Tried all the rest they don't work!Allegra-D in 12 hour or 24 hour.

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