Apparently they still manufacture it, you might ask your pharmacy about
ordering it. Or this site says they have it if you need to order on-line:
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Posted 5/17/2008 4:24 PM (GMT -6)
Benadryl D is not the same ingredients now. That's why I am asking. Instead of Pseuedophedrine they are using Phenylephrine HCl in Benadryl D. I don't know what that is but I know the original ingredients worked like a charm for me. Also I think even this newer D version is discontinued. I've found the new "D" locally but it's old stock that expires in July or August 08. I'd buy on line if I can be sure the expiration on it is 09 or later.
Posted 5/17/2008 4:25 PM (GMT -6)
You might check this site online.
Generic Name: Diphenhydramine/Pseudoephedrine Tablets
Brand Name: Benadryl-D
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Posted 5/17/2008 9:41 PM (GMT -6)
Here's a more up to date link showing the changed ingredients of Benadryl D. Notice it does not contain Pseudoephedrine
I called Pfizer customer support and they verified Benadryl D formula was changed. Medshopexpress hasn't updated the description, they probably just don't know it was changed. Furthermore the rep at Pfizer told me that Benadryl D is now discontinued anyway. So I'd be careful to check expiration dates of any Benadryl D still being sold.
It looks to me like no one sells that combination of Diphenhydramine and Pseudoephedrine tablets. You can buy them separately as regular Benadryl and Sudafed.
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