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what is this used for? ## i have pinche nerve in my back and it causes arm pains. Does this medication helps? ## I am on blood thinner. that is accitrom because of my clotting tendency. I have severe pain in my body. can I take proxyvon capsule. I have allerji to ibubrufen , crocin and Para citmol. does it contain Vitamon K ## Propoxyphene was a mild narcotic pain reliever. The FDA warned that it carried the risk of being habit forming, and it's typical side effects included nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. However, it has been removed from the market due to the severe risks it was found to cause of cardiac dangers, and overdoses. The FDA decided that it's risks far outweighed any possible benefits, so it is not longer available in the U.S. Are there any...

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PROPO-NIAPAP

RED #5112V ## Drug Name APAP / propoxyphene Napsylate Strength(s) 650 MG-100 MG Imprint(s) 5112 V Manufacturer / Distributor Vintage ## What Jules has posted is correct, but the FDA has removed this medication from the market due to the extreme amounts of overdoses that it caused, as well as cardiac dangers. It also carried the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache, dizziness, constipation, and dry mouth. NDC code: 00254-5112 Is there anything else I can help with?

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QUALOUDE

PURPLE PILL WITH P325 ON IT ## what does this pill look like ## This was an oblong purple tablet that was manufactured by Cornerstrone BioPharma and they listed it as containing 100mgs of Propoxyphene and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it was a generic for Darvocet. The FDA has removed this medication from the U.S. market due it's risk of cardiac dangers, some of which were fatal, as well as it's high risk of overdose. Is there anything else I can help with?

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pink a256

Pink oval shaped pill with a256 printed on one side and nothing on the other ## This tablet contained 100mgs Propoxyphene and 650mgs of Acetaminophen, it was a generic for Darvocet. The FDA has since removed this medication from the market due to the high risk of overdose fatalities, as well as cardiac dangers. It also carried the risk of being habit forming. It would be best to make sure this medication is disposed of properly, if you find any tablets that contain Propoxyphene and see your doctor for a safer medication that might work for you. Is there anything else I can help with?

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what does TEV mean

what does TEV mean after TAB on medicine lable ## What does MGTEV stand for on darocet 100-650?The lable reads as Propoxyphen- APAP 100-650 MGTEV. Thanks! ## The first initials stand for the manufacturer, for example Teva Pharmaceuticals in the original post, and the TAB specifies that it is a tablet, according to FDA prescribing instructions. Regarding Valerie's post, Propoxyphene, in any form or combination, has been removed from the market, since it was found to cause a high risk of cardiac issues, and many overdose deaths. It was originally available under the name brand Darvocet. It was a very mild narcotic analgesic, the FDA warns that it carried the risk of being habit forming, and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. In ...

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v 5110 white oval pill

Found it in a medicine cabinet while looking for some pain meds. I'm sore all over. Can't hardly walk.. feels like me. Can anyone identify this pill? ## This medication is manufactured by Qualitest Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 65mgs of Propoxyphene, which is a mild narcotic analgesic that has been discontinued due to the risk it caused of cardiac toxicity, and the problems of overdose toxicity. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Have you consulted your doctor to see what would be safe to take? Are you on any other medications?

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propoxyphene-N 100 W/ APAP 650 tabs

pain, oval white tablet ## i took one tablet of propoxyphene-n 100 w apap 650 and i am in severe muscle pain in my neck area. ## APAP is just medical speak for Acetaminophen and Propoxyphene is a very mild, narcotic pain reliever. If this made your pain worse, then clearly it isn't the proper medication for you, please speak to your doctor. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, dry mouth, constipation and drowsiness. If anyone has more information, please post. ## I am allergic to codeine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, morphocodone. Given my history I'm nervous about propoxyphene-n. Is there a good chance I'll be allergic to it, too? ## My severe neck pain has returned so I want to take the ic propoxy-n/apap that I was prescribed. I suspect I may be pregnant but ca...

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Expired Propoxyphene

2005 propoxy -n/apap are they still good? ## No, they start to lose effectiveness one year after they are dispensed to you in the pharmacy bottle that exposes them to the elements. In addition, all products containing Propoxyphene have been removed from the market, due to the risk it causes of cardiac dangers. Learn more: Have you consulted your doctor? You should do so to obtain a safer medication. ## 7/20/2011 is the expiration date for my propoxyphene. Can I still use them?

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WHAT IS LENTOGESIC USED FOR

WHAT IS LENTOGESIC USED FOR, IT IS A BLUE AND WHITE CAP. ## This appears to be a pain reliever, it contains Propoxyphene, which is a mild narcotic, Acetaminophen/Paracetamol, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, a stimulant called Pemoline and Glutamine. Thus common side effects may include: nausea, insomnia, weight loss and constipation. Do you have any other questions? ## Is there among the male users that have also experienced impotence due to the use of the drug? ## i have had C5/C6 spinal fusion two weeks ago. im in severe muscle pain still- got lots of pain on theleft arm which i didnt have before - help - will this go with time ## i had the cervical spinal fusion - i havepain intheleft arm - im on pax - arrow meloxicam and cilft fr depression i have lentogesic but i dont kn...

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barr 470

hot pink oblong pill with BARR on one side and 470 on the other side ## Hi, Sharon! How are you? I'm sorry, but I haven't been able to find anything that matches this description, so far. Can you please double check the imprint and post back? Does anyone else recognize this tablet? I'll keep searching and post back, when I have information for you. ## large oval hot pink pill marked BARR and 470 is Propoxyphene N 100 I believe... I found an old bottle of some in the back of my medicine cabinet while moving...

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drug test for propoxyphene

Have no taken darvon for 10 days. Will a urine drug test be negative? ## Q :Will Darvocet show up after 10 days? A: Not unless your liver is inoperable. But Darvocet IS related to methadone.

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propoxyphene recall

Darvocet was taken off the Mkt. Long ago. A drug related to methadone, it had a unacceptable record of morbidity and mortality. A CIV, it wasn't very good anyways for pain. Many times folks would take 5 or more.

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Propoxyphene - finding

Which pharmacies will mail propoxyphene 65 (Darvon) to the U.S.? This med is the best for neuropathic pain, and I am able to keep a clear mind, unlike other meds which make me feel drugged. This mild med is perfect for me and doesn't make me throw up like other pain meds. This med was VOLUNTARILY taken off the market in the US, not actually banned. It is not illegal to possess in the United States. I use the kind without acetaminophen to keep any liver damage away. I'm almost out and need to get some more of this med. Please help. ## Propoxyphene and its relatives were removed from the market in the U.S. due to the fact that they can cause cardiac toxicity, so they were deemed unsafe to use. And, since it is also a narcotic, possession of it in the U.S., without a valid doctor...

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Old Medication

I have a severe tooth ache that came on Friday night during our campout. Just got home Sunday morning and it is getting so bad I can't sleep. I found a bottle of propoxy n apap 100 650 tab medicine that was prescribed in 09. It says to discard after 7/28/09. I am desperate for some relief. Is it unsafe? My dentist won't be in until tomorrow. ## Hello, Nola! How are you feeling? I am very sorry about the toothache. No, this medication is not safe to take. All drugs containing Propoxyphene and its relatives were removed from the market several years ago, because it was found to be cardiotoxic and many people suffered adverse events, some of which were fatal. This is one that you really need to just toss out. If the pain is severe, you can go to your nearest ER and they should be a...

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propoxyphen apap 100 650 mg fda removal

Has PROPOXYPHENE-N 100 W/ APAP 650 TABS been pulled by the FDA? ## Hello, Bob! How are you? Yes, all medications containing Propoxyphene and it's immediate relative drugs have been removed from the U.S. market. They've been shown to cause cardiac toxicity and also resulted in many fatal overdoses. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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propoxyphene in india

Propoxyphene is no longer sold in India or anywhere for that matter, as it has been proven to cause heart problems. Darvon/Darvocet is manufactured in India by a number of major pharmaceutical companies there. It's formula includes Paracetemol which is equivalent to acetaminophen, but more potent as an analgesic and less toxic, and also includes in the new formula, tramadol, also a pain reliever. It is manufactured to exactly resemble the same capsule that previously was sold as Darvon, and is very popularly sold and seems more effective. ## I'm sorry, but that is incorrect, there is no difference between Paracetamol and Acetaminophen, they are exactly the same. And the formations that contain Tramadol are not called Darvon or Darvocet, they are Ultram and Ultracet. This is a na...

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m 1772

I have this pink pill with m on one side and 1772 on the other side. Will it kill me if I take this for my pain? ## You should never take any prescription medication, without your doctors approval. This tablet contains 100mgs of Propoxyphene and 650mgs of Acetaminophen, which has been removed from the market due to the fact that it was found to be cardiotoxic. Thus no, you should not take it. If you require a pain reliever, please consult your doctor for something safe and appropriate for you. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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effect of capsule proxyvon 10 ,15 daily

my husband eat proxyvon 10 to 15 proxyvon capsules daily,i am very afraid what will happen in futre ,so tell me the side effect of eating this. ## From my records Propoxyphene is the active ingredient in Proxyvon, which is a pain control aid. An overdose of dextropropoxyphene may lead to various systemic effects. Excessive opioid receptor stimulation is responsible for the CNS depression, respiratory depression, miosis, and gastrointestinal effects seen in propoxyphene poisoning. I would speak with his doctor right away. He could really hurt himself by taking 10 to 15 pills per day. To learn more about this drug click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Its a Pain Killer.If he is taking it Daily Its not good because i...

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R in a diamond with 4382 on a pink capsule

I found this pill in a forclosed home it is a pink capsule with a R in side of a diamond an 4382 on it and cvs, walgreens, an poison control have no listing for it can u help ## Hi christopher, My research leads me to believe that the pill may be Propoxyphene Hydrochloride (65mg) manufactured by TEVA. Propoxyphene, also referred to as Dextropropoxyphene, is in the drug classes analgesics and Opioids. It is indicated for the treatment mild pain and also has antitussive and local anaesthetic effects. You said cvs/walgreens was on the pill though? If that's correct, then it's possibly an OTC medication or cvs/walgreens is where the owner of the pill had his/her prescription filled. I recommend that you safely dispose of it if you can't return it to it's owner. Do you have a...

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Spasmo Proxyvon prevention

I would like to know how could someone leave taking this pills or there is any other tablet that helps to prevent taking this pill? Please email me, I would be heartily thankful. ## where can I pick up propoxyphene online? ## I would like to know how could someone leave taking this pills or there is any other tablet that helps to prevent taking this pill? Please email me, I would be heartily thankful. ## hey , if you really want to stop this drug just stop it dont need to worry it will overcome itself but donot skip meals and take some energy booster health drinks and consult a doc to have a sleeping problem treatment and when you quit just quit it dont touch it and have a complete rest about a month and have a wonderful live be drug free . life is wonderful without drugs . you are the ...

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