Is Duradin FDA approved? Does it replace Midrin?
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This question is complicated. Midrin was being made before the current FDA approval system was implemented. Midrin is definitely not going to be made any longer. I'm not really sure about Duradin. The last I heard, Epidrin, which is also the same thing, was still being manufactured. Also, a number of companies are now making the "generic" form, which is isomehteptene/acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone.
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