... allergic red dye 40 and I can't find the active and in active ingredients any where?
lilspankey; first make sure that you have this on your file at the pharmacy and doctors office. You can start by call your pharmacy and see if they can find out if it list it in the inert ingredents Or get the drug manufacture name and there is a 800 number for all of these companies once you make sure stick with that company. and remember the pill does not even have to be red to have it in it.Start with calling your Pharmacist. But well warn you this is even hard for them to reach the companies at times. if you can find a NDC on your prescription receipt also the name of the real company that is making the Naprosyn brand you have and once you have the companies name you can always call them and find out if it has it in them. But call your pharmacist first. good luck Chuck1957 and if you have problems please put it all down here and I well see what I can find out.
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