What would happen if you drank alcohol after taking a dose of either nyquil, robitussin, Mucinex (guaifenesin) dm?
NyQuil and some. Robitussins (guaifenesin) contain alcohol, so you are starting off with alcohol in your system. This will mean that you will get more "drunk" faster. Not a good idea.
Together can be okay. Just remember that they have similar ingredients, you are taking the same thing essentially, talk to your doctor for more information, I am available for second opinion if needed.
Not recommended. Usually not recommended together. If must 6 to 8 hrs apart if not drowsy.
She took Mucinex (guaifenesin) DM about 4 hours ago, and just took Nyquil Cold/Flu tabs, and went to bed. Mucinex (guaifenesin) has 60 mg of Dextrometh. & Nyquil has 15mg. Safe?
Yes assuming 1 dose. There are several online medication information resources & drug-drug interaction checkers available for consumers. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/interactions-check. Php? Drug_list=846-8245, 55-1943 which shows no issue btwn Mucinex (guaifenesin) DM & Nyquil. Max dose is 120mg/d (http://www. Drugs. Com/dosage/dextromethorphan. Html), so assuming just one dose of each, then your 75mg is under daily maximum.
It is safe. It is safe as long as you did not take any before or after that Will do no harm slightly 15mgm over the recommended dose but not a big problem.
Recommend against. Mucinex (guaifenesin) dm and nyquil both contain the decongestant dextromethorphan. You can use nyquil and regular mucinex (guaifenesin).
Yes don't overdo it. You may have alcohol - however, alcohol in excess is not good for you and in the long run may have deleterious effects on many organ systems in your body. Take care and don't overdo it - and don't drink on an empty stomach.
I took mucinex (guaifenesin) dm 1 hour ago. I have anxiety attacks and I find two shots stops them. Can I take the alcohol without causing too much damage to my bod?
I'm. Alcohol will relieve anxiety in the short-term. However it is likely to make your anxiety condition worse in the long-term. I suggest you see your family doctor to discuss treatments for your anxiety. These can take many forms, including benzodiazepines antidepressants and counseling. Newer antidepressants are very effective for many people in relieving anxiety symptoms. Hope this helps.