Darvocet Taken Off Market

It was in the year 2010, the month of November which saw the abolition of the Darvocet and the application of Darvocet Recall in the US. Along with the FDA, Xanodyne asked the public to be aware, not to use Darvocet as a painkiller and its generic drugs anymore, since it contained the combo of acetaminophen and Propoxyphene. Darvocet Side Effects included heart palpitations, irregular heart beats, alteration of the hearts electrical activity etc to name a few and, consequently, the recall was a must, since in the vast majority of cases, around 3000 odd American citizens lost their lives, due to Darvocet usage.

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All painkillers containing the combination of acetaminophen and Propoxyphene were requested to be banned and the FDA made it a mandate for Darvocet and its generic drugs to be recalled. These we know as Darvocet Recall. For those of you out there who’ve consumed the drug and are confronted with such Darvocet Side effects, please check with a reliable DARVOCET LAWYER to see if you are eligible for a DARVOCET LAWSUIT.

Most say that the FDA should have brought out the Darvocet Recall earlier. However, the group of experts in 2009 brought out the decision to be allowed and that was so late for many. They allowed the drug in the market, with a warning sign on its box on the side effects it could cause when not taken as required by the doctor. These warnings included the Darvocet Side effects as well. The reputed health research group of the US says that around 3000 to 10000 deaths confirmed were reported to them ever since the early 1980s.

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