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Mucinex Side Effects Insomnia
Mucinex (guaifenesin) side effects: Like any medication, there are side effects that can occur with the use of mucinex (guaifenesin). Side effect do not always occur in everyone that takes a medication. Most common with Mucinex (guaifenesin) is nausea and vomiting. Can be as serious as facial swelling: lips, tongue. Always check with your prescribing doctor and pharmacist. ...Read more
I took 100mg of Tramadol. If I was to take a Mucinex-DM tablet would there be any reaction or negative side effects?
Several things: Could happen. Both medications can be sedating so combining the two may make you drowsy. Also both can enhance serotonin effects in the body like agitation, fever, tremors, palpitations, muscle spasms, and skin flushing. You may want to review this with your physician if it a combo you feel like you'll needs for several days or more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was wondering what happends if someone took 2 Mucinex (guaifenesin) d60-600 in 2 hours? Dose it have any side effects and what can we do? Thank you
What are the possible side effects of Mucinex (guaifenesin) for congestion and how well does it work?
What are the chances of developing side effects from Mucinex (guaifenesin) fast max severe congestion and cough?
Side effects: There are side effects with almost every medication you take-over the counter and prescription. Difficult to predict who will experience them and to what extent. Taking the medication as directed can decrease the likelihood in some instances but never any guarantees. Sometimes it's a matter of do the side effects make you feel worse than the medication makes you feel better. Good luck! ...Read more
I take Paxil (paroxetine) and clonazepam and I have cold/flu I need medicine but the only thing recommended is Mucinex dm which never worked for me! Is there anything else I can take that is safe less side effects?
Try topicals: The only interaction between OTC cold medicines and paroxetine is the increased risk for serotonin syndrome (rare). If you have a history of this syndrome or any others - I'd call your doctor. In the meantime - I'd suggest an intranasal spray (Nasacort) and Chloraseptic Max throat drops to treat the symptoms. DayQuil should be ok - but check with your doctor since they know your history. G'luck! ...Read more
My husband has COPD and refuses to quit smoking. His doctor has recommended Mucinex (guaifenesin) d. Are there any serious side effects from long term use of Mucinex (guaifenesin) d?
Can I take mucinex sinus and pain with NyQuil cold and flu? I have so much pressure in my nose and the corner of my eye socket that I cannot sleep. It
What are the side effects of taking long term alprazolam? Can I get some tips to quit taking pills and not to suffer insomnia?
Tolerance/withdrawal: Alprazolam (brand name xanax (alprazolam)) is a short-acting, non-sedating tranquilizer that is quite habit-forming. Depending on dosage & duration of use, it may need to be decreased very gradually over weeks or even longer. Sometimes xanax (alprazolam) is replaced with a similar drug that is easier to stop. This is best discussed with the prescribing doctor, who may also offer other remedies for the insomnia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Light therapy: Light therapy has been used to treat: Jet lag, transitions to night work schedules, shift work related sleep disturbances, Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS), Advanced Sleep Phase Syndrome (ASPS), non-24-hour sleep-wake syndrome & age-related sleep maintenance insomnia. For risks of light therapy see: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/tests-procedures/light-therapy/details/risks/cmc-20197423 ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Started vibryd 3 weeks ago. Side effects are insomnia, increased appetite and RLS. Will they subside eventually or do I need to try a different med?
Change drugs: It is unlikely that these side effects will all go away, so I suggest telling your prescribing doc about these effects, so you can be safely switched. ...Read more
Theoretically: This is medication used to treat hypothyroid or thryoid replacement. Usually taken first thing in morning without other medications. If thyroid levels are up too high, can see insomnia. Usually the medication itself does not cause significant degree of insomnia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seroquel (quetiapine): U calm down, fall asleep, and wake up hungry, depending on the dose. ...Read more
Side effects of insomnia and constipation of cabergoline still persistent after a month, on lowest dose, now what?
Discuss with doctor: If the side effects you have are so severe that you can not tolerate this drug, discuss it with your doctor as to what can be done. If it is so important that you continue the medicine, then you can take a laxative or stool softener to treat constipation and a hypnotic to make you sleep. So talk to your doctor, sometimes as you take the drug over a period of time side effects become much less. ...Read more