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Halls Cough Drops
Is there any danger in taking halls cough drops.l have diabetes. Not worried about the sugar as I only take a few.
2yrs. Ago i was eating 50 halls cough drops a day, that's when i could no longer eat hot & spicy foods. Now I have a sore tongue all the time. Help?
I have laringitus and have had it for two weeks what can I do to get my voice back? I have been taking Mucinex dm and Advil congestion relief , and on my last pill of azithromycin , halls cough drops , and nothing has helped yet.
If : If after 2 weeks without any other symptoms you have not improved, you may want to look into other reasons for your laryngitis. There are number functional and anatomical problems that can cause prolonged laryngitis such as: - otherwise silent reflux related changes, - vocal fold hemorrhage (broken blood vessels), - muscle tension dysphonia, - benign or malignant growths (especially if you are a smoker) these can be diagnosed via a laryngoscopic exam performed by an otolaryngologist otherwise known as an ear nose and throat doctor. If your laryngitis persists, you may want to have your doctor recommend a specialist who has the tools to complete a more thorough exam. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not many: Cough drops contain menthol and camphor mostly, and I am unaware of any complications of even heavy use of these. Many drops are sugared, and weight gain and tooth decay, gum problems may occur with heavy use. There is no potential for such drops to cause physical addiction, but psychological dependency can occur to many things. Some people are "oral" and need things in their mouths a lot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: It is not harmful.Get a more detailed answer ›
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