... Now suddenly we can't find the drug anymore at our local pharmacy and they haven't been able to order. It's the only thing that helps. Any suggestions where we can find this drug?
Have you asked your pharmacist why they are no longer able to order the medication? Try calling around to different pharmacies. You may want to try a larger pharmacy. Larger pharmacies tend to be able to order more products and keep them in stock for their customers. I know that there have been some production problems in some factories. I don't know if this drug has been affected by the production problems. You can also ask the doctor to check into the problem. Also, if you know who the manufacturer is, you might be able to look them up on the internet and get their contact information. A phone call or email may be all that is needed. Keep us aprised of the situation. Blessings, Rollerskater
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