Actifed + cigarette?????????????
is it true that it gets you high???? i thought it coud give you a heart attack or something
Asked by Nicholas Schnieders 2 years ago.
Actifed can raise your pulse. Cigarettes raise your pulse. You cannot get high on the combination and there is no documented risk of heart attack with actifed and smokers. Don't you think there would be a MEGA warning on their adverts if it was true?? Answered by Gayla Manz 2 years ago.
What is better than Actifed?
Which medicine is better than Actified and has less sideeffect than this? I am looking for some different option than Actified.... The medicine should be quick giving relief
Asked by Claire Mizuno 2 years ago.
Actifed or Triprolidine is an antihistamine that reduces the natural chemical histamine in the body. I assume the side effect you are referring to is drowsiness. The best known antihistamine with out drowsiness is Loratadine also know as Claritin, Alevert, Tavist. Sudafed is a decongestant and does not stop histamines from making your nasal passages from getting swollen and runny. Answered by Audria Fiaschetti 2 years ago.
Benadryl is best and it comes in different forms, you don't have to take it by mouth there are other options. If you have asthma though you have to be very careful not to take it too much. You may try what other people are suggesting except Sudafed, that has too many side effects. Good Luck! Answered by Homer Knoerzer 2 years ago.
Can antihistamine like actifed kill?
and how much is overdose of such medication ?
Asked by Samara Maese 2 years ago.
can antihistamine like actifed kill? answer- i have taken actifed many years ago for a cold,it made me very sick,i threw everything away. be very careful with medication, before you take them,ask your doctor or your pharmacist. Answered by Sammie Bottiglieri 2 years ago.
Where can I get the original formula for Actifed?
We can't get it here in New Zealand thanks to a change in law when people started using Pseudoephedrine for hard drugs, I have tried heaps of other hayfever meds but nothing even comes close to it, in less than 10 minutes I would be felling much better. So where can I get Actifed now or simular?.
Asked by Annett Ramberg 2 years ago.
Ask your pharmacist. Triprolidine and psuedoephedrine are the two ingredients in Actifed before it changed. Ask for any of these which contain the two original ingredients in the first formulation of Actifed: Allerfrim® [OTC]; Aprodine® [OTC]; Genac® [OTC]; Silafed® [OTC]; Sudafed® Maximum Strength Sinus Nighttime [OTC] [DSC]; Tri-Sudo® [OTC] [DSC]; Zymine®-D. Answered by Tawanda Deshayes 2 years ago.
Walgreens Wal Act Answered by Betty Shires 2 years ago.
Aprodine Ingredients Answered by Lorraine Pallanes 2 years ago.
Trying to make Meth eh? Answered by Mae Alcocer 2 years ago.
Side Effects Of Actifed ?
So I got this from my school nurse and took it. I at first felt tired and fell asleep for 2 hours, but then I woke up feeling really werid. Dizzy, numb, hard to breathe, sweating/freeezing and my cough got worse. I just want to know if this is normal for this type of medcine becuase it scared me so much that I had...
Asked by Penelope Gronitz 2 years ago.
So I got this from my school nurse and took it. I at first felt tired and fell asleep for 2 hours, but then I woke up feeling really werid. Dizzy, numb, hard to breathe, sweating/freeezing and my cough got worse. I just want to know if this is normal for this type of medcine becuase it scared me so much that I had a panic attack Answered by Allena Schull 2 years ago.
If I take Actifed I'm sure to have a panic attack. I think I'll take the stuffy head instead. Answered by Tifany Cotant 2 years ago.
Is it safe to have a actifed 3:30 hours after you had a Tylenol?
i am 17 and wondering if it would be safe to have actifef aproximatly 3:30hours after you had one Tylenol synus.
Asked by Delmy Wah 2 years ago.
You need to read the tylenol sinus medication to see how long it is supposed to last, and what ingredients are in it. If it has the same ingredients as the Actifed, then you can't only take the new medication if the tylenol sinus has worn off. Taking them six hours apart should be fine. Answered by Desmond Cutrone 2 years ago.