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I am allergic to the dyes they put in medicines. In particular yellow. Is there a way to get a list of antispasmatic medicine with the inactive ingredients? I need something I am in a lot of pain and spending hours in the bathroom doubled over. Please help.
 

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try searching for drug names on www.rxlist.com I just looked a levsin and bentyl there and it gave a listing of the inactive ingredients.HTHK------------------I have no financial, academic, or any other stake in any commercial product mentioned by me.And from the as if IBS isn't enough of a worry file...from New Scientist's Feedback column: FINALLY, we feel it is time to bring to an end our theme of notes on toilet doors. But we can't resist passing on one last example, photographed on the door of a ladies' loo in the Sequoia National Park in California by reader Liz Masterman: "Please keep door closed to discourage bears from entering."
 

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Thanks K, but am I going to have to know the names of the drugs and unfortunately I don't know them.By the way that little quote at the end of your message made LOL! thanks[This message has been edited by LindaR322 (edited 02-01-2001).]
 

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Went and looked do an advanced search for antispasmodic and it looks like it lists all of them.K.------------------I have no financial, academic, or any other stake in any commercial product mentioned by me.And from the as if IBS isn't enough of a worry file...from New Scientist's Feedback column: FINALLY, we feel it is time to bring to an end our theme of notes on toilet doors. But we can't resist passing on one last example, photographed on the door of a ladies' loo in the Sequoia National Park in California by reader Liz Masterman: "Please keep door closed to discourage bears from entering."
 
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