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Sunday, January 25, 2015
Substitute for amdry d, an allergy medicine
My son has been taking amdry d for his allergies and it has been very effective. My pharmacist just informed me that it is discontinued. It contains methscopolamin and sudophedrine. What would be a comparable medicine?
There are a number of equivalent generic preparations. Ask your pharmacist and/or your doctor about potential substitutes.
I Leonard Bernstein, MD
Clinical Professor Emeritus
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati