Substitute For Duraventa Da And Generics

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Jane Says:

Have taken DuraVent DA, Omnihist, and now NOhist Plus -- all are off the market and I cannot find any substitute. Help -- other allergy medications have not worked for me. I have taken these drugs for about 20 years and am desperate for a replacement.

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Donna R Says:

I am in the same situation. I took Duravent and then Omnihist. I just learned that Omnihist is not available now. None of the over the counter drugs seems to keep my ears unclogged as did these drugs. Mucinex gave me a little relief, but it is not nearly as good as the prescription drugs. Any suggestions out there? My doctor could not recommend a good replacement for it.

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, I really wish I had an answer for you, there were some medications on the market that had actually never been proven safe for us and approved by the FDA, they have since forced these drugs to be removed, until these safety studies are undertaken and the proper evaluations done.

There have been quite a few posts recently of a similar nature regarding various drugs that have been pulled from the shelves.

Does anyone else have a suggestion for something that may help?

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Steve Says:

I am in the same boat as you. I took Ryneze then NoHist Plus for years. Dallergy is the same as these; however, I could not afford them with my insurance co. I found two of the ingredients packaged seperately. One is in Sudafed PE (OTC), does not contain pseudophedrine and the other is found in an Allergy pill manufactured by Major, also OTC (about $1.00 for a hundred tablets. I mix the two and so far so good.

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Steve Says:

Forgot to post my email addy.

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Dave Says:

Sudafed contains Pseudeophedrine what did you find Methscopolameine in?

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