Preservative Ferric Oxide

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Nell Says:
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Very hard to find inactive ingredients listed on generic meds. Very allergic, hives swelling of face and tongue. Pharmacy has not been helpful. They switch generic brands from time to time. Very frustrating.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nell! How are you?

What are the markings on the medication in question? That is what would enable me to check for you to see if I can find a list of the inactive ingredients for you.

I'll gladly research it, if you post back with additional information.

Have you informed the pharmacy of your allergy? If you know your allergic to ferric oxide, they can list that in your file and check it against any medications you're prescribed.

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