Darvon Compound65

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capsule,app.#010996,ingredients:proxyphene hydrocholride;phenacetin;asprin;caffine

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David Smith Says:

I was taking Darvon #65 for 20 year's ,Then one day I was playing tennis in the sun,i became sick with a flu like feeling ,i was weak ,and i went home then got into bed for two days ,after this time i went to the veteran's hospital,my arm had swollen up from a fall.While waiting in line at the emergency room i began lossing me haering,when i saw a doctor he sent me see an Audiologist to find out that i had 100% hearing.Did develop DILE from taking the drug darvon,cause i was diagnosed with SLE but SLE has gone away?

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I had a 100% hearing loss.

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