Darvon Without a Prescription
In November 2010, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) withdrew all medications that contain propoxyphene from the market. It has been determined that the risks of propoxyphene outweigh the possible benefits. In particular, the FDA was concerned about the drug's ability to cause serious changes in the heart rhythm, even at normal doses. Pharmacies will no longer sell this medication, and people who take it should stop and ask their healthcare provider for a more suitable pain medication.
It is important to know that legitimate pharmacies will not sell Darvon® (propoxyphene hydrochloride) without a prescription. Because you can be assured that you are getting the "real thing" (not a counterfeit or expired medication) only from a legitimate pharmacy, buying Darvon without a prescription increases your risk of getting a substandard or dangerous product.
For a Darvon prescription to be "legitimate," it must come from a legitimate prescriber (such as a physician). This means that you must have face-to-face contact and a legitimate medical relationship with your prescriber. After that, you can buy Darvon from any licensed pharmacy, including legitimate Internet pharmacies.
If you are searching the Internet for ways to buy Darvon without a prescription, you may have a problem with addiction. Your healthcare provider is a great place to start when searching for help for Darvon abuse or addiction.
(Click Darvon Uses and Darvon Warnings and Precautions for more information on the potential risks of buying this drug without a prescription. These articles also provide more details on Darvon, including how it works to relieve pain and why it may not be the best pain reliever in many situations.)