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User Reviews for Sodium tetradecyl sulfate to treat Varicose Veins

Also known as: Sotradecol

1dwn4up · Taken for 1 to 6 months December 10, 2019

Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate): “I received many injections over months and never had a negative reaction on my last treatment about 15 minutes after the last injection I got very flushed and light headed as I was leaving the clinic almost passed out hitting the floor I also broke out in a rash. I was on Benadryl for 2 days before everything cleared up. I was never warned about such reactions and the scariest part is that it was unpredictable. Whoever administers this drug should be aware that it can cause an adverse reaction and be prepared for it at any time.”

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