Fiorinal Addiction Hotline
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- 1. Fiorinal Prescription Facts
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- 3.Most Commonly Abused Drugs Containing Fiorinal ?
- 4. How Fiorinal Affects the Brain and Body
- 5. Half-Life of Fiorinal
- 6. Factors That Influence How Long Fiorinal Stays in Your System
- 7. How Long Does Fiorinal Stay in Your Urine, Hair and Blood?
Common side effects include:
- Upset stomach
Some individuals experience severe side effects such as allergic reactions when taking Fiorinal. If you notice any sign of an allergic reaction (rash, itchy skin, swelling), feel confused, experience stomach pains, have bloody stools, have ringing in the ears or hearing loss, contact a medical professional right away.
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