Tavist-D - Is this medication no longer available over the counter?
- 26 May 2010 by Don Eberhart
- tavist-d, allergies
I've had a box of Tavist-D for several years, but I'm down to my last two tablets. It's the only tablet that works for me when I get bad allergies in the spring. I tried buying another box, but can't seem to find it in any of the drug stores. Is it no longer available?
27 May 2010
Tavist-D seems to be PoM med, its rather unfortunate that you can't buy it OTC, maybe you could try some alternate it might be of help & work for you, hope you succeed?
29 May 2010
Actually I think you can get this med but you have to go ask the pharmacist for it. They usually have you sign and show ID for it because it had pseudoephedrine in it and it is regulated because it is used to make meth so you can only get small quantities of it.
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