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DI-GESIC

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Di-Gesic was another brand name for dextropropoxyphene. An opioid painkiller, Di-Gesic was taken off the US market in 2010 along with all other dextropropoxyphene medications due to overdose risks and dangerous side effects. 

Di-Gesic abuse is rare, although like all opioids there is a serious risk of tolerance and addiction associated with it. Di-Gesic’s dangerous side effects – including heart arrhythmia – make it a very risky drug to abuse.

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