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Why was midrin recalled?

Why was midrin recalled?

Was never OK by FDA: The issue with all of these medications is that they have never been approved by the fda in the first place. Although Midrin was a great headache and anti-migraine medication. Many patient are missing the drug. ...Read more

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Midrin (Definition)

Midrin is an anti-migrane agent which is a kind of ...Read more


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How can midrin affect you?

How can midrin affect you?

Better or worse?: Better--it gets rid of your headache. Worse--you get light headed, nauseated, shaky, vomit and still experience the headache for which you took Midrin in the first place. ...Read more

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Whats the difference b/t midrin and prodrin?

Dichloralphenazine: Unfortunately, Midrin has been permanently discontinued and Pudrin is almost the same product but doesn’t contain dichloralphenazine. Hope it helps. ...Read more

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Can I take midrin after taking excedrin? Thanks in advance.

Can I take midrin after taking excedrin? Thanks in advance.

Midrin: Midrin is effective only if you take it atonset of your migraine.See a neurologist .We have much more effective drugs than midrin. ...Read more

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Has anyone had a fatal overdose on midrin?

Has anyone had a fatal overdose on midrin?

Great ?: Don't think so but i would not challenge your liver by taking more than the recommended dose. ...Read more

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What will be the effect of overdose on midrin (apap/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene)?

What will be the effect of overdose on midrin (apap/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene)?

Liver failure, coma: An overdose of apap (acetaminophen) can kill a liver and lead to liver transplant. Dichloralphenazone overdose can lead to coma.Anyone who discovers he/she has overdosed should go to er or call 911.I urge strongly anyone considering purposefully overdosing on any medication to call 1-800-273-8255 immediately(national suicide prevention lifeline); life can get better, regardless of how it may feel. ...Read more

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