Is Baclofen, Tramadol, Warfarin or Lipitor available in liquid or chewable tab form?
- 4 Aug 2009 by joyyarb
- lipitor, nexium, baclofen, furosemide, tramadol, warfarin
8 Aug 2009
From my research I could only confirm that Baclofen comes in a disintergrating tablet (Kemstro 10mg, 20mg ) and Furosemide comes in a liquid. You should check with your Pharmacist.
9 Sep 2009
Nexium is available as a suspension - packets you can mix with water.
If you have trouble swallowing, there are compounding pharmacies that can make alternate forms of drugs -- ie: liquid forms of a tablet dose.
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