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Posted by: Yiayia | 2011-02-21

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Sorry to be a pain - but what is dextropropoxyphene proven to cause?

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Its withdrawal from the market across the world is a result of concerns relating to its toxicity in overdose (even small overdose can be fatal), association with drug deaths and possible heart problems (including arrhythmia) and dangerous reactions with alcohol.

Simply put: The relevant medcine control authorities concluded that the risks of this medicine outweigh its benefits

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2011-02-23

Its withdrawal from the market across the world is a result of concerns relating to its toxicity in overdose (even small overdose can be fatal), association with drug deaths and possible heart problems (including arrhythmia) and dangerous reactions with alcohol.

Simply put: The relevant medcine control authorities concluded that the risks of this medicine outweigh its benefits

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