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My CVS can't obtain Clarinex-D to fill my prescription. Is there a problem with the manufacturer?

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21 Nov 2012

I can't find anything on the FDA website that says there is a problem. CVS problem could be at their warehouse. Have you called another pharmacy to see if they have it?

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Anonymous

21 Nov 2012

Hello,

Contact the manufacturer, I would , but I am in South America.

Schering-Plough,
2000 Galloping Hill Road, Kenilworth, NJ 07033-0530
Contact Details
Phone: (908) 298-4000
Website:www.schering-plough.com/

Take care,

maso.-

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