Ibutin 300

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Eva Says:


I am surprised that I can not find it in the US. Please help



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David Says:

Hi Eva,

From what I could gather, this brand doesn't seem to be available here in the US. I did quite a bit of research looking for it myself and haven't spotted anything.

One site mentions that Ibutin may be available in the countries listed below:

Ibuprofen is reported as an ingredient of Ibutin in the following countries: Taiwan

Trimebutine is reported as an ingredient of Ibutin in the following countries: Romania

Trimebutine maleate (a derivative of Trimebutine) is reported as an ingredient of Ibutin in the following countries: Greece

Do you know if Ibutin has ever been available in the US at some point in time?

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Tony Says:

try Trimebutine Maleate 300

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