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Distalgesic

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Dextropropoxyphene, manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company, is an analgesic in the opioid category. It is intended to treat mild pain and has, in addition, anti-tussive and local anesthetic effects. It has been taken off the market in Europe and the US due to concerns of fatal overdoses and arr... Read more on Wikipedia

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By Jonty
December 23, 2013
Jonty wrote
Distalgesic the only one that works.
I am fighting 6 diseases including Parkinsons disease and osteoarthritis of the spine, hips, and knees. I used this drug for years before it was unlicenced and now i have more pain than before i cannot get it. It really was the only painkiller that helped. I know some people find it makes them drowsey that may be the opiate in it but that same effect also acts as a muscle relaxer and that relieved my pain. Not all bad for all people
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What patients are saying about Distalgesic

149 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
stay i was given distalgesic painkillers which help a...
...my 1st hospital stay i was given distalgesic painkillers which help a lot with the pain and then plenty of...
can definitely use Distalgesic if you need stronger pain...
...to say that I have rheumatism and took a cocktail ...- you can definitely use Distalgesic if you need stronger pain...
that the distalgesic thet they gave me for pain were...
...have another section if I was going again rather than having to face the unknown. I did find however that the distalgesic thet they gave me for pain were useless and the Difene suppositories were t...
out and I was given distalgesic coming home but I looked...
...pg.You will be sore for a few days just like getting your appendix out and I was given distalgesic coming home but I looked at the nurse and told her I take them for headaches normally and she...
the time did was prescribe Distalgesic and plenty of rest....
...and go to proper GP before any Chiropractor, not knocking them but best to see GP first Totally agree with that quote from Baz, but all my Doctor at the time did was prescribe Distalgesic...
taken out they gave Distalgesic (no longer used) which...
Quote: When I had my Kidney taken out they gave Distalgesic (no longer used) which I'm allergic to, after a couple of days of...
before i was prescribed distalgesic i think they were. My...
...nothing i can take at the moment. When i had it before i was prescribed distalgesic i think they were. My brother suffers from it and he is prescribed...
pain with this having to take lots of distalgesic even to...
...thread,in alot of pain with this having to take lots of distalgesic even to...
is needed. I was on Distalgesic or CoProximal for years...
I have had a back problem with intransegent pain since 1... ...lifting is needed. I was on Distalgesic or CoProximal for years and ...of no value as I am allergic to the majority of...
one.  Then they gave him Distalgesic, quite a bit stronger...
...swallow large tablets, and could they give him a soluble one.  Then they gave him Distalgesic, quite a bit stronger than what he had been having, so he wasn't...
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