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Can Drink A Mucinex Dm And 3 Hours Later Drink A Tylonel
Cough rx and tylenol (acetaminophen): As a one time dose i believe that is ok. However prolonged use should be avoided. ...Read more
Drinking when ill: You know the warnings on these products are there for a reason. If you are coughing, congested, and ill, why would you drink alcohol? Why would you take in a product to make you more dehydrated to make it harder to clear your mucous and get better? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No contraindications: Yes, he may take both with no difficulty. ...Read more
Mucinex (guaifenesin) dm 12 hour, 2 days later and can still taste it and smell it. Should it not be out of my system by now?
Sinus: Most likely what you are smelling and tasting is the mucous from sinus congestion. ...Read more
Can I give my 10 year old son Mucinex (guaifenesin) fast max dm? It's adult strength and says children and adults over 12 can take 20 ml every 4 hours.
She took Mucinex (guaifenesin) DM about 4 hours ago, and just took Nyquil Cold/Flu tabs, and went to bed. Mucinex (guaifenesin) has 60 mg of Dextrometh. & Nyquil has 15mg. Safe?
I took mucinex (guaifenesin) dm 1 hour ago. I have anxiety attacks and I find two shots stops them. Can I take the alcohol without causing too much damage to my bod?
I'm: Alcohol will relieve anxiety in the short-term. However it is likely to make your anxiety condition worse in the long-term. I suggest you see your family doctor to discuss treatments for your anxiety. These can take many forms, including benzodiazepines antidepressants and counseling. Newer antidepressants are very effective for many people in relieving anxiety symptoms. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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