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Phenergan Vc With Codeine V Decongestant
Use with caution: Use of narcotics (opioid class of medication) such as codeine can increase risk of respiratory and CNS depression, and may worsen effects of hypothyroidism such as lethargy, impaired mentation, depression and constipation. Dosing of opioids should be reduced and used with caution to patients with hypothyroidism ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello my favorite doctors! Just wondering if the clairitin that doesn't have the decongestant in it keepsyou awake as well? I've heard this complaint.
Unlikely: Claritin (loratadine) is considered a non-sedating antihistamine. By package insert it is associated with 7% sedation. Higher doses and taking medication that slows the metabolism of loratadine such as erythromycin, cimetidine (Tagamet) or ketoconazole can cause sedation even with 1 tablet. Rarely, it is an upper, but this is unusual. ...Read more
Given steroids and antibiotics 2 weeks ago, finished both still congested with dark green phlegm/cough. Can't take decongestants. What can I do?
Neti-pot: You might want to use saline rinses and mucolytics. See your local pharmacist for suggestions. Best wishes. ...Read more
I am a flight attendant my ears plugged up and i can't get them to open i can't take decongestants what can I do I need some relief please help?
Afrin (oxymetazoline): Use this nasal spray about one-half hour before landing, about time descent begins. Is not needed for take off. Use only at this time and once or twice after landing. Try to avoid use while on ground or repetitively so that you will not start to build up a rebound effect. Learn how to do the valsalva maneuver. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm breastfeeding & dr rxd sudafed & guifen w/ codeine. Haven't taken yet but baby is sick now so will medicine passed into milk help him feel better?
Careful: Be careful taking sudafed while breastfeeding. It can decrease your milk supply. Codeine might make you sleep more soundly and not wake to your crying baby, or fall asleep while breastfeeding, which can be very dangerous (dropping baby to floor or rolling on baby/suffocating him). Add water to the air (humidifier) and flush your nose with saline. Honey can help coughs (for those over 1 yr old). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im 7 weeks pregnant.Dr put me on metoclopramide for bad sickness, leaflet says not rec for early preg?Also gave me codeine, leaflet says can't mix the 2?
Metoclopramide OK: Metoclopramide is commonly used for nausea in early pregnancy. Although we can never be absolutely certain a drug is safe, Metoclopramide is category b for pregnancy, and is probably as safe as anything you could take. Codeine often causes nausea. I wouldn't recommend it when you already have nausea. ...Read more
After a severe nosebleed last week, my turbinates have become so enlarged that they completely block off my nose.Sprays and decongestants aren't working. What should I do?
Depends: Understand that not all pain can be just treated with opioids. Have a doctor check you to find out what is causing your pain rather than just taking opioids. ...Read more
Yes: There is never a deficiency of Codeine in the body that would require one to take it. ...Read more
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