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Old 04-05-2017, 06:38 PM #1
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Default Diamox Shortage

Hi Folks,

I wanted to let any of you that are taking Diamox Sequels for seizures or glaucoma that the FDA called me today (April 5th) and told me that there is a drug shortage of this med. I've been taking it for over 20 yrs. and never had this problem so I've been having seizures like crazy.
If any of you are on this med get ahold of the TEVA drug co. and report the matter to the FDA through e-mail.
Here's wishing all of you only the best of luck and May God Bless You!


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