Promethazine 50 Mg Pink Pill Labled Gg 235

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Cricket Says:

I cannot find a pharmacy that carries my usual type of promethazine. What I've always used and the only kind that helps is made by Sandoz. It's promethazine 50 MG pink pill labled GG 235

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Cricket! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having.

Whatever one your pharmacy has in stock will vary, depending on what company was offering the cheapest price, at the time they needed to restock their supply.

However, since this is not a controlled substance, they should be able to order it in for you. Have you tried asking at your regular pharmacy? Many times they will do so, for regular customers.

The FDA lists Promethazine as being an antihistamine that is commonly used to treat allergic reactions and to prevent nausea and vomiting. Typical side effects are listed as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

Does anyone else have any ideas?

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Mary Beth Says:

I wish I did have an idea because I'm having the same problem that Cricket is. I have MS and suffer from chronic nausea. My doctor said my MS causes nausea along w/ many other symptoms. Sandoz promethazine 50mg is the only kind that works for me and I'm exhausted trying to find pharmacies that have any in stock, I've asked if they will order and only get a reply that they only carry another brand of promethazine and I'm thinking to myself "Duh! I know! That's why I'm asking you ( pharmacist) to order some! Pardon the vent here. I'm just worried sick that I'll have to cope w/being nauseated for the rest of my years.

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Cricket Says:

Hi everyone. I'm still taking the Sandoz 50mg of Promethazine and am still having to call many pharmacies to find out if they have it in stock. It seems to be getting more and more difficult though b/c the pharmacists all behave like they don't want to be bothered w/ordering the Sandoz brand. Most of them tell me that the KVK Tech brand is all they're using.

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