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Posted by: Davey | 2005/11/30

Ciprale??

Thanks Doc,
I am sure it is "Ciprale" but it could be a generitive of something else. Is there a difference beween "Ciprale" and Cipralex??

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Davey, I had a look on the database at the pharmacy next door and there was no Ciprale. Let me know what the active ingredient is and we’ll take it from there, Good luck.

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Posted by: Davey | 2005/12/01

Sorry Doc,
The name is "Cipralex". The "X" was covered by the pescription label. Please give me some information or a web sight where I can read up the info.

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