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Thursday, October 14, 2010 jacob296, Community Member, asks

Q: Has anyone been able to fill a Rx for Midrin or Isometh/Apap/Dichlor Capsules lately? If so, at what pharmacy?

The pharmacy once again told me that the manufacturer has discontiued, but drugstore.com lists them as on backorder.

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Teri Robert, Health Guide
10/14/10 6:01pm

Hi there!

 

Brand name Midrin is permanently discontinued. You can read more about that in Midrin for Migraine and Tension-Type Headache - Definitely Discontinued.

 

I made some phone calls and found the generic at Kroger, Walmart, Kmarrt, and CVS.

 

Hope this helps!

Teri

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Diana Lee, Community Member
10/14/10 6:19pm

It's hard to find, isn't it?! I was at Walgreens last week and neither that store nor the one across town had the generic. Calling around is a good idea.

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Christa, Community Member
10/14/10 7:03pm

Costco has the generic.Smile

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Katinthecorner, Community Member
10/15/10 11:24am

I get the generic at Rite Aid.  They usually have to order it for me, but it never takes them more than a day or two to fill my script.

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Stephanie, Community Member
10/15/10 4:45pm

CVS has the generic too.

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