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Patricia Farrell, PhD posted:
You may not be able to get a copy of the PDR or get out to your library, so this site is the Consumer site for the PDR and contains a lot of other information.
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
The PDR is the Physician's Desk Reference, and it's a great way to find out about any medication you've been prescribed. If you don't understand everything you read, make sure to follow up with your doctor or pharmacist with your questions.

It also has a section where you can check on herbs and OTC (Over-The-Counter) medications, too.


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