Darvocete N50

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bonni Says:

i took darvocete N50 for 5 yrs for back pain..and actually had a life..with the removal from the mkt...i am in constant pain..and cant take the substitutes dr has prescribed for me...so i take more tylenol than i should to help with the pain..to no avail..and my liver will probably fail..but i wont die of a heart issue..they will reformulate darvocete..and reintroduce..so the drug companies can make more money off the drug..while we wait in pain!!!!!..shame on them!!!!

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KLynn Says:

Now that this medication has been taken off the market, it has become an illegal drug (I suppose)...so now the pharmacies in countries where the drug has not been withdrawn are selling it online and making big money under the table. How shocking to find Darvocet being sold online from these places that push Valium, vicodine, and Viagra!!! Made me feel like I was dirty street druggie! The non profit group PUBLIC CITIZEN is the organization that pressed for this ban with the FDA . I sent them a letter of protest, in return I received a lengthy "justification" which towards the end; actually tried to sell me a subscription to one of their publications.
Bottom line...why are we, the patients, allowing all of these strangers into our medicine cabinets????

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Verwon Says:

Propoxyphene was actually removed from the market due to the fact that is causes a severe risk of cardiac dangers.

This was medically and scientifically proven, so it actually wasn't the result of any particular group, or person's actions.

Bonni, what other medications have you tried?


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Oswald Says:

Wake up, they will never reformulate Darvocet and noone will repeal the ban. Name one drug that was banned and ever brought back to the marketplace. (USA) - find a global supplier

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Sorry, but if that was so, where are the bodies piled up in the street, after this medication has been on the market for fifty years, and the outrage voiced from the medical community in all that time?
People globally beware, they are taking different medications off the market that help people; supposedly, the next target are the benzodiazepines
in England. This is Socialized Medicine and Governments at their worst and the medical profession has nothing to say about it. And that is not paranoia.
Look at the asthma inhalers that were removed from the market, not because they would have any great impact on the Ozone Layer, but because if the World Environmental Order let that pass, they would have to let other products pass. As a result asthmatics are left with inferior MDI's which cost twice as much. Hey, but what do I know?

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JustAnother Says:

First of all - never feel like a dirty street druggie and erase that thought from your mind. Millions of people have taken Darvocet, which is a narcotic, for mild to moderate pain, so that they could function as normal human beings with feeling "drugged up". If others took that med to get high, that is their problem.
You should be grateful, however, that you are able to get this med on the global market; forget about the online pharmacies making money. You should only be interested in something that can help you and make you feel better.

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