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BROMFED-DM : Yes - off the BROMFED-DM form. Please don't consider doing this. ...Read more
If OK'd by kids doc: Some physicians may use this in individual cases after an evaluation. It is not generally used in kids under 2 without supervision. ...Read more
Ultimately : Given enough time, all medications will expire. This means that the medication has lost its therapeutic action. Everything gets old, even medications. The decay rate differs with different drugs. ...Read more
Dm can be abused: Any dm product can be abused and some people take it to "get high". The other medicines in various products can make the pt. Very ill. ...Read more
Yes.: Usually antihistamines can elevate your blood pressure temporarily, but if you need to take Bromfed (brompheniramine) make sure you take as prescribed for not than one week, monitor your blood pressure. Inform your doctor if your blood pressure goes above 140 mm systolic to adjust your blood pressure medications if needed , or stop bromfed (brompheniramine). ...Read more
Expiration date: Expiration date can be found somewhere on the container. If it is beyond that date then the potency cannot be guaranteed. Usually meds don't turn into poison though its best to abide by the date. ...Read more
Nasal Decongestant: Both drugs are common components of nasal decongestants. While the former is a sympathomimetic that constricts the blood vessels of the nasal cavity to reduce secretions, the latter is an antihistamine which counters the secretory & inflammatory effects of histamine in nasal congestion. ...Read more
4 month old was given Bromfed (brompheniramine) on accident. 1.5ml will she be ok? She is 14 pounds
Ingestion: If it has been 8 hours since the ingestion and she is symptom free, she will likely be OK. Cough medications are not recommended for children less than 6 years as they can be extremely toxic. Call your nearest Poison Control Center and talk to them. If she has any symptoms, specifically drowsiness call 911. All the best. ...Read more
Bromfed (brompheniramine) was given to my son on 9/04/14 and it has a discard date of 5/17 is it safe to take?
Hi I accidently gave my 3 and a half year old a full teaspoon of Bromfed (brompheniramine) dm syrup will she be ok?
Yes: Encourage her to drink lots of water and/or other fluids (no caffeine). This will help prevent problems from drying out due to the antihistamine in the Bromfed (brompheniramine). The antihistamine may cause her to be excessively sleepy, and this may be prolonged. Make sure you wake her frequently and get her to drink and she should be okay. ...Read more
I accidentally gave my 2 year old 5ml of bromfed (brompheniramine) when she was supposed to get 2.5ml is she going to be ok?
Drug dose: Bromfed (brompheniramine) is the brand name for a combination of a decongestant and an antihistamine. You gave 2x the dose (probably for a cold). The antihistamine component will thicken the mucus and tire him out, the decongestant component will thin the mucus and speed him up. The more appropriate question for you should be "Why am I doing this??" ...Read more
My son is 3 and half. His dose of bromfed (brompheniramine) is 2.5 ml every 4 hours. I accidentally gave him 5ml will he be okay?
Yes, he will be: Just skip the next dose, remember it should be taken on as needed basis not regularly, meanwhile use saline nasal wash instead, but if not better in one or two days, please don't self medicate revisit his doctor or go to to see his doctor, good luck ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Bromfed & bromfed pd are brands of brompheniramine & phenylephrine while bromfed dm is brompheniramine, dextromethorphan & pseudoephedrine. Using www.Drugs.Com's interactions checker, i found no interaction btwn the 2 medications you listed. Your pharmacist who dispensed your Amoxicillin should be able to confirm this for you. Be sure to tell your prescribing physician everything you take incl otc. ...Read more
See below: Depends on the child's age and condition. Not enough info given here to give a specific answer. ...Read more
Medication Effects: Since you did not describe what the side effects are or what you were treating in the first place, my first thought is that this is most likely not side effects from this medication but symptoms of the underlying problem. ...Read more
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