Contact your doctor or pharmacist: They may have information about when the medication will be available again, or they may be able to suggest alternative treatments.
Consider alternative medication: If your medication is unavailable, your doctor may be able to prescribe a similar medication. However, it is important to discuss the risks and benefits of any alternative medication with your doctor.
Look into generic alternatives: If the brand-name medication is unavailable, you may find a generic version that contains the same active ingredient.
Be cautious of online pharmacies: It is important to be cautious when ordering medication from online pharmacies. Always check that the pharmacy is licensed and reputable.
Stay informed: Keep up to date with any news or updates about the shortage from reputable sources such as the FDA, your doctor, or your pharmacy.
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