Urin Ds

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Aneta Says:

Has anyone been using Urin D.S. and how has it worked for you... Took Uroqid for yrs. but cannot find it now..


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David Says:

From the looks of it, Uroqid appears to be available at Walgreens with a prescription. I posted their link below for more information:

Unfortunately I do not have any personal experience to share on Urin DS, but apparently you can also get it at your local pharmacy with a prescription. CVS has more details on this here.

It may not be exactly what you're looking for but I hope this info helps!

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