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Have You Prescribed Brotapp Dm In 4year Olds Is It Safe
Cough and cold med: Most of these combinations of brompheniramine , Pseudoephedrine and dextromethorphan exist in many otc cough and cold medications that are no longer recommended in kids under 6 years old. Most common colds resolve on their own in 7 to 10 days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the difference between dimetapp dm and brotapp dm for children age 4? Are there any harmful side effects with brotapp dm in this age group?
No important ones: For at least the last decade we have recommended parents not use these cough/cold medications in kids before school age if then. They were once a prescription med that eventually made it to OTC status. Over time we realized more kids were self medicating and ending up in the ER with toxic overdoses. The research eventually showed they don't do much, other than give parents something to do. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A doctor prescribed my 2 year old a half tsp of rondec dm syrup every 4 to 6 hours as needed is this a safe dose?
Cough medicine: Cough/cold medications do not help relieve the symptoms they are meant to take care of. In short, they are useless for children below 6 years old. In addition, the child is exposed to bad side-effects from them like drowsiness, irritability, hyperactivity. Best medicine is lots of fluids, saline for the nose and possibly a cool mist humidifier in his room.. Try honey for the cough. ...Read more
Almost certainly OK: Expiration dates are generally not the time when the power of a medication falls outside the effective range. There may be slight decay of effectiveness, if stored avoiding excess heat, you should get the effect you want from Bromfed that is out of date ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am type2 DM taking amaryl (glimepiride) 1mg once daily.i am 30 year old female.i am not getting good control with tablet can I use insulin? Which is safe?
DM: Type 2 DM is typically associated with Insulin Resistance. Most type 2 diabetics can do very well if they can stick to a good low carb diet and regular exercise which promotes weight loss and helps with Insulin resistance. Metformin may also be helpful for Insulin resistance in type 2 DM. if all of this has been tried, your doctor can make the decision regarding if Insulin needs to be started. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Define "safe": This & similar medications have been used for years after approval of the FDA. Many were prescription only until eventually moving to an over the counter status. In size appropriate doses they are considered safe.Studies over the last decade or so show little if any benefit to kids under 12. ER visits due to child directed overdoses led many to consider them more a threat than a benefit. ...Read more
My just turned 3 year old son was prescribed Bromfed dm 2.5ml every 4 hrs. I accidentally gave him 5ml. He weighs 34lb. I gave it 1.5hrs ago and he se?
It happens: At that weight the amount shouldn't hurt him.It may well show some side effects.Since it is a combination med it migght make him hyper or groggy depending on his sensitivity to the components. I find little value in these products and don't use them under the age of 6. Far too many kids decide to self medicate at some point trying to mimic what mom gives them to help them "feel better" ...Read more
My 3 year old was prescribed bromfed (brompheniramine) dm. 5ml every 4 hours. I just looked it up online and that is twice a normal dose. She already had it before bed?
My 9 month old has congestion and was given bromfed dm but she also takes pulmicort by nebulizer for Rad is these safe together and if so how far apa?
No bromfed! : A 9 month old should not be taking bromfed! Congestion in a child this age should be treated with simple home remedies, like bulb auctioning with saline drops and breathing in humid air (like sitting in a bathroom with a steamy shower running). She can continue the pulmicort as prescribed but please don't give her bromfed! Can cause dangerous side effects. ...Read more
If my 7 yr old is taking Bromfed Dm and got attacked by Mosquitos is it safe to use Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to help with itching while taking Bromfed Dm?
My daughter's pediatrician prescribed her Bromfed (brompheniramine) dm cough syrup as needed for cough and she is only 2 yrs old. Is this cough syrup bad for her?
Not recommended: The fda, as well as the aap do not recommend cough/cold products for young children, as they have not been shown to be effective, and may have side effects. I'd suggest vaporizer, fluids, suction nose with saline, and if over 1 yr, a tsp of honey. Don't use honey if less than 1yr, as there is a risk of botulism. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I took my prescribed 30mg of Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) approximately 7.5 hours ago, is it safe to take a Mucus Relief DM (dextrometorphan HBR 20 mg, Guaifenesin 400mg/ Expectorant) right now?
I have mitral valve regurgitation, my doctor prescribed Bromfed (brompheniramine) dm, is it safe?
Memory: Observational studies suggest that eating right, exercising regularly, keeping sugars, blood pressure & cholesterol under control, etc are associated w/least memory loss or dementia. Also using your brain is key eg do crossword puzzles, play musical instrument, learn a new language, etc. Currently there are no rct demonstrating cause & effect memory improvement. ...Read more
Type 2 diabetes: Hi. There are many causes of high triglycerides, both genetic and environmental, and a mix of genetic and environmental. However, considering all risk factors, your MOST LIKELY would be metabolic related to type 2 diabetes and/or metabolic syndrome. It is usually also associated with low HDL, elevated non-HDL (VLDL + LDL), and small, dense LDL (pattern B). Responsive to diet and drugs. Good luck! ...Read more
What do you suggest if my son was prescribed carbaxefed dm oral drops he is 6 mo. how much should he take?
Cough remedies: Most medications and herbs are not appropriate or FDA approved for infants, and dosing cannot be safely advised. Increasing humidity and keeping your baby well hydrated may lessen the symptoms and to support her body as it heals itself. Prolonged symptoms of cough and congestion should be evaluated by your pediatrician and may require further treatment. ...Read more
13yr old with type 1 dm and proteinuria will these conditions make her eligible to apply for disability?
Maybe: Most people with type 1 dm lead relatively normal lives and become teachers, doctors, factoey workers and the like. Proteinuria varies in its importance from orthostatic (benign) to those with major kidney damage and progressive kidney failure. It is a bit early to write off a 13 year old as disabled with such a variable illness. With motivation & proper care the kid could do wonderful things. ...Read more
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
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