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Currently take amitryptaline 10 mg nightly for migraines is it safe to take nyquil for a cold or will there be an adverse interaction between the two?
Caution is advised: There is a drug to drug interaction between the 2 agents. The combination may increase the risk of CNS depression, psychomotor impairment, and anticholinergic adverse effects (additive effects). Hence, i would advise against the use of the 2 agents concomitantly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nyquil: Nyquil is an OTC product first manufactured by P&G in 1966. It is intended to treat symptoms of the common cold. There are many forms of Nyquil . Some may contain sedating antihistamines, hypnotics or alcohol. If taken as directed by your physician , at night and at the correct dosage it should be allright. Sleepiness , hyperactivitiy and transient increase in Blood pressure can occur. ...Read more
Why do you?: It may be bad to need nyquil frequently. Like most otc meds say - if symptoms continue, see a doctor. Do heed the dosage limitations on the label and do find out why you are ill so often. Take care, feel better. ...Read more
Yes! don't exceed: The warnings are meant to be followed. Taking more than 4 doses per day can cause liver damage and also avoid use w/ other drugs containing Acetaminophen or if you have certain diseases. Read label of see link: http://www.Walgreens.Com/store/c/vicks-nyquil-cold-%26-flu-relief-liquicaps/id=prod6091048-product take care of yourself - you're worth it. ...Read more