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Mucinex And Singular Together
What for?: What are you trying to treat? It generally is not a good idea to take multiple medications, including over the counter ones. ...Read more
Simprex/Mucinex: As prescribed, should be ok.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: There is no interaction between the two drugs. ...Read more
Allergic rhinnitis: Zyrtec is antihistamine which helps decrease your immune response to allergens, Mucinex (guaifenesin) thins mucus and d (the decongestant) reduces swelling in nasal passages. These products should work synergistically to help with allergy symptoms. Saline nasal spray or gentile nasal irrigation may also help. Talk to primary care provider if you would like to learn more treatment options ...Read more
Yes: This is fine to take together and some companies will package these drugs together into 1 pill. The sudafed is a great decongestant and the Mucinex (guaifenesin) can help break up the mucus in your nose/sinues/lungs. If you have any heart issues or blood pressure issues, you will need to check w/ your doctor 1st before you take the sudafed. Mucinex (guaifenesin) works best when you drink plenty of water. ...Read more
Yes: Benadryl (diphenhydramine) will help you sleep and help with excess mucus production. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is called an expectorant as it helps thin and loosen mucus to make your cough more effective at clearing the mucus from your lungs. There should be no problem taking these two medications together. ...Read more
Today I was told I could take sudafed and mucinex D together. Took mucinex D 12 hour at noon and 2 sudafed every 4 hours. That's 240 mg of pseudoephedrine in like 12 hours. Am I going to be ok? Is this bad? Just realized it has the same ingredient
No more Sudafed: Please do not take any more pseudoephedrine. 240mg is the maximum daily dose of this drug. If you have high blood pressure, this is a dangerous drug and should be avoided. A fast, irregular, pounding heartbeat, mental or mood changes like anxiety, confusion, restlessness, shaking, difficulty urinating, as well as swelling, difficulty breathing, itching all need immediate evaluation. ...Read more
Yes: No interaction, good luckGet a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Afrin (oxymetazoline) decongestant for relief of nasal congestion due to common cold/hay fever/allergies. Also shrinks swollen nasal passages so you can breathe easier. Do not use for >3 days (to avoid worsen congestion). Mucinex (guaifenesin) reliefs chest congestion helps to loosen phlegm (mucous).Take with lots of water. If symptoms persist /not better in ~ 7 days see a doctor. Take care. ...Read more
It should be: Ok if you follow the package directions regarding dosing and frequency, assuming you have no other medical problems. ...Read more
OTC Interaction: Combination of Mucinex (guaifenesin) D and NyQuil should be tolerated at regular doses as significant drug interactions are unlikey. Combination with DayQuil is not advised since one contains Phenylephrine and the other Pseudoephedrine which have the same intended action. ...Read more
Yes: You can.Get a more detailed answer ›
No Known Problem:
There is no documented drug interaction See: http://www. Drugs. Com/drug-interactions/ibuprofen-with-mucinex-d-1310-0-1213-7880.html
While these are safe drugs, anyone can have a bad reaction to anything, for instance drug allergy. Chances are by far in your favor of no problem. ...Read more
Yes: This shouldn't cause any trouble at all. ...Read more
Can I take Claritin and Mucinex together while pregnant? Hello, I am 5 months pregnant and I took Claritin and Mucinex together. I took Claritin at 9:00pm and Mucinex at 12:30am. I really need to know if I hurt my baby? I am scared and don't know if I h
I can understand your fear, however the best thing for you and your baby is for you to relax and move on from here. The likelihood that any damage was done to your baby is very slim. Claritin is considered a pregnancy category b drug; this means that animal studies have not shown any risk to a fetus, therefore doctors consider drugs in this category to be considered safe and prescribe them all the time. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is considered a class c drug which means that animal studies have shown adverse effect on the fetus, however these are usually an issue when a large amount of the drug is used or the drug is used over an extended period of time. Regardless, many doctors prescribe drugs in this category because the benefits from use outweigh any potential risk to the fetus. Also keep in mind that these studies are usually in fetus that are very early (first trimester). At 5 months all your baby's major organs are developed and should not be affected by a class c drug.
Lastly, I used category c drugs while pregnant as well as given them to my patients, and I have not seen one bad outcome from it.
Your baby will be just fine. If you ever want to know which medications you can take don't hesitate to contact your doctor.
Best of luck with your pregnancy. ...Read more
Yes, kinda sorta...: Check out drug-drug interaction checkers at www. Online. Epocrates. Com and www. Drugs. Com, specifically http://www. Drugs. Com/interactions-check. Php? Drug_list=719-8048, 1200-719. Then look for generic equivalents or read ingredient labels. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is a brand of Guaifenesin while Guaifenesin ac is Guaifenesin plus codeine. So yes, your combo is already sold as such. Just don't take too much together. ...Read more
Can I take clariten d and Mucinex (guaifenesin) cold and congestion together for the best results?
Yes: I don't think the Claritin will help much but the "d" will shrink the nasal linings and improve airway. Make sure the Mucinex (guaifenesin) doesn't contain decongestant if you are taking Claritin d. Mucinex (guaifenesin) helps to thin secretions but works better when hydrated. Consider nasal saline rinses a few times daily, humidifier, and 3-4 days of afrin. ...Read more
Can I take exedrin and Mucinex (guaifenesin) d together? And an I take icool and black cohosh together? Thank you.
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