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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 010799/003.

Names and composition

"DIMETANE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BROMPHENIRAMINE MALEATE.

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What sore throat meds can I take while I'm taking Klonopin and Effexor?
My throat hurts and I have fever. Asked by Glennis Spaeth 1 year ago.

Unfortunately, not much. You should not take anything with Brompheniramine in it (includes: BroveX, BroveX CT, Dimetane, Dimetane Extentab, Dimetapp Allergy, Dimetapp Allergy Liquigel, Lodrane 12 Hour, ...show all 25 brand names.Cophene B, Nasahist B, Rohist, ND-Stat, Codimal A, Histaject, Prop-A-Tane, Siltane, VaZol, Bidhist, Lodrane XR, B-Vex, Lodrane 24, P-Tex, Bromaphen, J-Tan, J-Tan PD, Tanacof-XR) If you take any antihistamines, you will feel much drowsier than usual. These include: Brompheniramine (brand names: Dimetapp Cold & Allergy Elixir, Robitussin Allergy & Cough Liquid) Chlorpheniramine (one brand name: Singlet) Dimenhydrinate (one brand name: Dramamine Original) Diphenhydramine (some brand names: Benadryl Allergy, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine (two brand names: Vicks NyQuil, Alka-Seltzer Plus Night-Time Cold Medicine) You might just feel drowsy (well, REALLY drowsy) but you might also feel very sick. So you'll have to stick to cough drops, tea, and aspirin righ tnow if you want to play it safe. Answered by Marian Wearrien 1 year ago.


Quick ways to feel better from a cold?
Im developing a cold, my nose is running like crazy and is really sore and red and my head hurts and i feel weak, i already have medicane in me, do you have any quick ways to feel a little better Asked by Constance Decoursey 1 year ago.

Medicate at night. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. Others, like Nyquil and Contac, contain a combination of drugs—plus alcohol, in some cases—aimed at treating a wide range of symptoms. These combination drugs, however, can have many uncomfortable side effects like nausea and drowsiness I recommend that these be taken only at night, since you won't feel the side effects while you're sleeping. To stop sneezing and dry up your runny nose and watery eyes, take an antihistamine, which blocks your body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like Chlor-Trimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil For relief of the body aches or fever that can accompany a cold take aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol). What you think is a cold may actually be flu or chickenpox, and research has shown that aspirin taken by children with certain viral infections such as these can increase their risk of developing Reye's syndrome, a relatively rare but potentially fatal disease of the brain and liver. The same goes for cold medications containing aspirin. They include Alka-Seltzer Plus cold medication tablets. Bayer children's cold tablets, Bristol Myers 4-Way cold tablets, Pepto-Bismol tablets and liquid Rest and relax. Extra rest enables you to put all your energy into getting well. It can also help you avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia, Take a day or two off from work if you're feeling really bad. At the very least, slow down in your everyday activities and reschedule your time. Trying to keep up with your regular routine can be draining because when you're not feeling well, your concentration is down and you'll probably need to double the amount of time it's going to take you to do things Take C and see. Vitamin C works in the body as a scavenger, picking up all sorts of trash—including virus trash It can shorten the length of a cold from seven days to maybe two or three days. Vitamin C may also cut back on coughing, sneezing, and other symptoms. In a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin, cold sufferers taking 500 milligrams of vitamin C four times per day suffered about half as many symptoms as those not taking the vitamin. Short-term use of such high doses shouldn't cause any side effects. But you should get your doctor's okay before starting any supplement program. Better yet, simply get your additional vitamin C by drinking it. Orange, grapefruit, and cranberry juices are rich sources of vitamin C. Hope I helped Answered by Hildred Chuck 1 year ago.


Advice on a bad case of bronchitis please?
like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the... Asked by Cristobal Mccullar 1 year ago.

like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the doctor gave me this medicine with codeine in it. well i took the medicine dreading it because it made me very very nauseous. well back to the doctor, he said im allergic to codeine ..........great!!!!!! so now what do i do to remedy my bronchitis? thanks Answered by Victor Addams 1 year ago.

I'm 47 and I have suffered from a very bad case of bronchitis all my life. The first time I had bronchitis, I was 3 months so I know what it is. Is it possible that the doctor you've seen gave you the syrup Dimetane Expectorant-C? That syrup does wonders for me but I'm not allergic to codeine. I have bronchitis right now and my doctor is on a sick leave. I asked the Pharmacist if he could recommend something. He told me he could sell this syrup which is almost the same but doesn't have the codeine. The name is Robitussin Total COUGH, COLD & FLU. Now, it has a terrible taste and I don't know if it was only the codeine that caused your problem. I'm not a doctor so it's just an idea. What would really help would be to have a vapourizer. It also always helps me to put some Vick's on my chest. If you don't get better soon, please see another doctor. I don't believe in taking antibiotics when not needed but they're there for the bad cases. Good Luck! Answered by Luba Guttirez 1 year ago.

I once suffered from Chronic Bronchitis. I would suffer sometimes 3 to 4 times per year! Usually when there was a major change in the pressure outside (I live in the north, and the temperature spikes and dips do wonders to chronic sufferers of bronchitis!). Each time I would get horrible hacking coughs, hoarking up green phlegm..it was so frustrating! The key to getting rid of your bronchitis is to find a way to completely eliminate the germs that are causing all the phlegm and irritation leading to your hoarking cough and heavy breathing. Keep reading to learn how to do kill these germs!! This page it will change your life and make you feel 100% better within just 24 hours! Answered by Caroyln Reyner 1 year ago.

I have had bronchitis for the last month and it sucks. My medicine made me sick as well, it made me very nauseous and made me throw-up so I stopped taking it. I haven't taken any other medicine, but the best thing I did was constantly cough and spit out the mucous that comes up. This is the infection and the more you get out the better your will feel and the quicker your cough will go away. I am doing better now, but bronchitis is a viral infection and cannot be cured, so you just have to deal with coughing alot. Drink lots of fluids, cough up the mucus, and gets lots of rest and you will be fine :) Answered by Shanice Vandrunen 1 year ago.

Ask about a nebulizer and albuterol. You put the albuterol (the medicine) in the med cup and the nebulizer makes a very fine mist that you inhale. I work in home respiratory care and this is a common medicine for bronchitis. I hope you feel better soon. Answered by Bloeser 1 year ago.


What are some common medicines which contain codeine?
Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Asked by Sherrill Wedding 1 year ago.

Cough Syrup With Codeine Names Answered by Len Staneart 1 year ago.

Codeine Brand Name Answered by Monserrate Rauhe 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What are some common medicines which contain codeine? Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Answered by Roxy Laroe 1 year ago.


Tylenol 3?
My friend just got tylenol #3 for a tooth surgery and this is the only type of codeine i have ever heard of. Are there other codeine pills? or when someone is talking about codeine they mean tylenol #3? Asked by Sibyl Villega 1 year ago.

Prescription medications that contain codeine: Actifed with Codeine Cough Syrup® Ambenyl Aspirin with Codeine Broncholate CS Capital and Codeine Oral Solution Cheracol Codinal PH® Deconsal Dimetane-DC Cough Syrup ® Emprin with Codeine® Fioricet with Codeine® Fiorinal with Codeine® Isoclor Expectorant Novahistine DH® Novahistine Expectorant® Nucofed Expectorant Par-Glycerol-C (CV) Pediacof® Phenaphen with Codeine® Phenergan with Codeine® Phenergan VC® Poly-Histine Promethazine VC with Codeine Robitussin A-C® Robitussin DAC® Soma with Codeine Triaminic Expectorant with Codeine® Tussi-Organiden Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine® Tylenol with Codeine (#1, 2, 3, or 4) ® Tussar -2® Tussar SF® Answered by Jeramy Twillie 1 year ago.

Yes why have you put this question in the section but never mind. If you do some research on some decent medical sites you will see that codeine is quite a powerful pain reliever of the opiate family. Now 2 things spring to mind that you really need to know. Firstly long term use will block your body's natural painkillers (endorphins) and so when the drug wears off you will be in slight pain. This is why we are advised not to take codeine for a slight headache or any trivial pain as it may make things worse; this could therefore be affecting your neck in a negative way. The second thing is that all drugs have side effects and should never be taken for stupid reasons. Do some work and put side effects+codeine in to Google, you will see that these are not any fun! Lastly get a life and stop messing with substances you foolish child. Answered by Wendell Lemmons 1 year ago.

Tylenol 3 is tylenol with codeine Answered by Gertrud Nowak 1 year ago.

this pill goes as high as tylenol w/ codeine #4. in canada you can buy tylenol w/ codeine #1 over the counter. Answered by Susanne Kurylo 1 year ago.

Tylenol #3 is a combination of acetaminophen and codeine. Codeine s an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrheal properties. It is, by far, the most widely used opiate in the united states. there is a myriad of medications that incorporate codeine into their chemical makeup. I hope this helps Answered by Margurite Kurtti 1 year ago.

T3's have a half grain of codeine in them. T4's have a full grain, T2's a quarter grain. And that's just the Tylenol brand. Answered by Casey Pencak 1 year ago.

Tylenol with codiene is actually a narcotic (controlled substance) painkiller. Codiene, actually Numbs You so You dont feel any pain. Codiene is a analgesic and is considered a narcotic. Narcotics can be addictive, so i advice your friend to be careful.. There are many different drugs that do contain codiene. Answered by Miles Dubois 1 year ago.


My 3 year old seems to be coming down with a cold what meds are safe to give him?
Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will... Asked by Francesca Elton 1 year ago.

Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will be putting a call into the Dr tomorrow morning, Just looking for some friendly advise tonight. Thank you Answered by Lissa Appling 1 year ago.

Let him rest and relax. Extra rest enables him to put all his energy into getting well. It can also help him to avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia. Warm him up. Keep him bundled up against the cold. This keeps his immune system cozily focused on fighting his cold infection instead of displacing energy to protect him from the cold. Give him Chicken Soup. A long-time fold remedy is now a proven fact. A cup of hot chicken soup can help him unclog nasal passages. Medicate. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. To make him stop sneezing and drying up of runny nose and watery eyes, give him an antihistamine, which blocks his body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like ChlorTrimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil. WARNING: Antihistamines frequently causes drowsiness, so save these for bedtime. Menthol or camphor rubs have a soothing, cooling effect and may relieve congestion and help him breathe more easily, especially at bedtime. Apply Vicks Vaporub or a similar product to his bare chest, cover up, and give him a good nights sleep. And of course, Take your Vitamin C for your own protection Answered by Belen Harned 1 year ago.


What sore throat meds can I take while I'm taking Klonopin and Effexor?
My throat hurts and I have fever. Asked by Tamekia Ohno 1 year ago.

Unfortunately, not much. You should not take anything with Brompheniramine in it (includes: BroveX, BroveX CT, Dimetane, Dimetane Extentab, Dimetapp Allergy, Dimetapp Allergy Liquigel, Lodrane 12 Hour, ...show all 25 brand names.Cophene B, Nasahist B, Rohist, ND-Stat, Codimal A, Histaject, Prop-A-Tane, Siltane, VaZol, Bidhist, Lodrane XR, B-Vex, Lodrane 24, P-Tex, Bromaphen, J-Tan, J-Tan PD, Tanacof-XR) If you take any antihistamines, you will feel much drowsier than usual. These include: Brompheniramine (brand names: Dimetapp Cold & Allergy Elixir, Robitussin Allergy & Cough Liquid) Chlorpheniramine (one brand name: Singlet) Dimenhydrinate (one brand name: Dramamine Original) Diphenhydramine (some brand names: Benadryl Allergy, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine (two brand names: Vicks NyQuil, Alka-Seltzer Plus Night-Time Cold Medicine) You might just feel drowsy (well, REALLY drowsy) but you might also feel very sick. So you'll have to stick to cough drops, tea, and aspirin righ tnow if you want to play it safe. Answered by Marcel Kilmon 1 year ago.


Quick ways to feel better from a cold?
Im developing a cold, my nose is running like crazy and is really sore and red and my head hurts and i feel weak, i already have medicane in me, do you have any quick ways to feel a little better Asked by Christene Yellock 1 year ago.

Medicate at night. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. Others, like Nyquil and Contac, contain a combination of drugs—plus alcohol, in some cases—aimed at treating a wide range of symptoms. These combination drugs, however, can have many uncomfortable side effects like nausea and drowsiness I recommend that these be taken only at night, since you won't feel the side effects while you're sleeping. To stop sneezing and dry up your runny nose and watery eyes, take an antihistamine, which blocks your body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like Chlor-Trimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil For relief of the body aches or fever that can accompany a cold take aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol). What you think is a cold may actually be flu or chickenpox, and research has shown that aspirin taken by children with certain viral infections such as these can increase their risk of developing Reye's syndrome, a relatively rare but potentially fatal disease of the brain and liver. The same goes for cold medications containing aspirin. They include Alka-Seltzer Plus cold medication tablets. Bayer children's cold tablets, Bristol Myers 4-Way cold tablets, Pepto-Bismol tablets and liquid Rest and relax. Extra rest enables you to put all your energy into getting well. It can also help you avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia, Take a day or two off from work if you're feeling really bad. At the very least, slow down in your everyday activities and reschedule your time. Trying to keep up with your regular routine can be draining because when you're not feeling well, your concentration is down and you'll probably need to double the amount of time it's going to take you to do things Take C and see. Vitamin C works in the body as a scavenger, picking up all sorts of trash—including virus trash It can shorten the length of a cold from seven days to maybe two or three days. Vitamin C may also cut back on coughing, sneezing, and other symptoms. In a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin, cold sufferers taking 500 milligrams of vitamin C four times per day suffered about half as many symptoms as those not taking the vitamin. Short-term use of such high doses shouldn't cause any side effects. But you should get your doctor's okay before starting any supplement program. Better yet, simply get your additional vitamin C by drinking it. Orange, grapefruit, and cranberry juices are rich sources of vitamin C. Hope I helped Answered by Carolina Hanback 1 year ago.


Advice on a bad case of bronchitis please?
like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the... Asked by Mirna Lawary 1 year ago.

like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the doctor gave me this medicine with codeine in it. well i took the medicine dreading it because it made me very very nauseous. well back to the doctor, he said im allergic to codeine ..........great!!!!!! so now what do i do to remedy my bronchitis? thanks Answered by Bao Cornetta 1 year ago.

I'm 47 and I have suffered from a very bad case of bronchitis all my life. The first time I had bronchitis, I was 3 months so I know what it is. Is it possible that the doctor you've seen gave you the syrup Dimetane Expectorant-C? That syrup does wonders for me but I'm not allergic to codeine. I have bronchitis right now and my doctor is on a sick leave. I asked the Pharmacist if he could recommend something. He told me he could sell this syrup which is almost the same but doesn't have the codeine. The name is Robitussin Total COUGH, COLD & FLU. Now, it has a terrible taste and I don't know if it was only the codeine that caused your problem. I'm not a doctor so it's just an idea. What would really help would be to have a vapourizer. It also always helps me to put some Vick's on my chest. If you don't get better soon, please see another doctor. I don't believe in taking antibiotics when not needed but they're there for the bad cases. Good Luck! Answered by Hildegard Biggard 1 year ago.

I once suffered from Chronic Bronchitis. I would suffer sometimes 3 to 4 times per year! Usually when there was a major change in the pressure outside (I live in the north, and the temperature spikes and dips do wonders to chronic sufferers of bronchitis!). Each time I would get horrible hacking coughs, hoarking up green phlegm..it was so frustrating! The key to getting rid of your bronchitis is to find a way to completely eliminate the germs that are causing all the phlegm and irritation leading to your hoarking cough and heavy breathing. Keep reading to learn how to do kill these germs!! This page it will change your life and make you feel 100% better within just 24 hours! Answered by Hwa Defabio 1 year ago.

I have had bronchitis for the last month and it sucks. My medicine made me sick as well, it made me very nauseous and made me throw-up so I stopped taking it. I haven't taken any other medicine, but the best thing I did was constantly cough and spit out the mucous that comes up. This is the infection and the more you get out the better your will feel and the quicker your cough will go away. I am doing better now, but bronchitis is a viral infection and cannot be cured, so you just have to deal with coughing alot. Drink lots of fluids, cough up the mucus, and gets lots of rest and you will be fine :) Answered by Keira Haring 1 year ago.

Ask about a nebulizer and albuterol. You put the albuterol (the medicine) in the med cup and the nebulizer makes a very fine mist that you inhale. I work in home respiratory care and this is a common medicine for bronchitis. I hope you feel better soon. Answered by Carmelita Risher 1 year ago.


What are some common medicines which contain codeine?
Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Asked by Issac Carcieri 1 year ago.

Cough Syrup With Codeine Names Answered by Chauncey Sliger 1 year ago.

Codeine Brand Name Answered by Johnson Sedor 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What are some common medicines which contain codeine? Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Answered by Dominique Misenhimer 1 year ago.


Tylenol 3?
My friend just got tylenol #3 for a tooth surgery and this is the only type of codeine i have ever heard of. Are there other codeine pills? or when someone is talking about codeine they mean tylenol #3? Asked by Madge Ulshafer 1 year ago.

Prescription medications that contain codeine: Actifed with Codeine Cough Syrup® Ambenyl Aspirin with Codeine Broncholate CS Capital and Codeine Oral Solution Cheracol Codinal PH® Deconsal Dimetane-DC Cough Syrup ® Emprin with Codeine® Fioricet with Codeine® Fiorinal with Codeine® Isoclor Expectorant Novahistine DH® Novahistine Expectorant® Nucofed Expectorant Par-Glycerol-C (CV) Pediacof® Phenaphen with Codeine® Phenergan with Codeine® Phenergan VC® Poly-Histine Promethazine VC with Codeine Robitussin A-C® Robitussin DAC® Soma with Codeine Triaminic Expectorant with Codeine® Tussi-Organiden Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine® Tylenol with Codeine (#1, 2, 3, or 4) ® Tussar -2® Tussar SF® Answered by Morgan Demetris 1 year ago.

Yes why have you put this question in the section but never mind. If you do some research on some decent medical sites you will see that codeine is quite a powerful pain reliever of the opiate family. Now 2 things spring to mind that you really need to know. Firstly long term use will block your body's natural painkillers (endorphins) and so when the drug wears off you will be in slight pain. This is why we are advised not to take codeine for a slight headache or any trivial pain as it may make things worse; this could therefore be affecting your neck in a negative way. The second thing is that all drugs have side effects and should never be taken for stupid reasons. Do some work and put side effects+codeine in to Google, you will see that these are not any fun! Lastly get a life and stop messing with substances you foolish child. Answered by Jodi Menze 1 year ago.

Tylenol 3 is tylenol with codeine Answered by Sherwood Yi 1 year ago.

this pill goes as high as tylenol w/ codeine #4. in canada you can buy tylenol w/ codeine #1 over the counter. Answered by Marin Kudej 1 year ago.

Tylenol #3 is a combination of acetaminophen and codeine. Codeine s an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrheal properties. It is, by far, the most widely used opiate in the united states. there is a myriad of medications that incorporate codeine into their chemical makeup. I hope this helps Answered by Ivory Montaluo 1 year ago.

T3's have a half grain of codeine in them. T4's have a full grain, T2's a quarter grain. And that's just the Tylenol brand. Answered by Annette Fuapau 1 year ago.

Tylenol with codiene is actually a narcotic (controlled substance) painkiller. Codiene, actually Numbs You so You dont feel any pain. Codiene is a analgesic and is considered a narcotic. Narcotics can be addictive, so i advice your friend to be careful.. There are many different drugs that do contain codiene. Answered by Corrin Kintsel 1 year ago.


My 3 year old seems to be coming down with a cold what meds are safe to give him?
Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will... Asked by Shenna Deroos 1 year ago.

Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will be putting a call into the Dr tomorrow morning, Just looking for some friendly advise tonight. Thank you Answered by Troy Puntillo 1 year ago.

Let him rest and relax. Extra rest enables him to put all his energy into getting well. It can also help him to avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia. Warm him up. Keep him bundled up against the cold. This keeps his immune system cozily focused on fighting his cold infection instead of displacing energy to protect him from the cold. Give him Chicken Soup. A long-time fold remedy is now a proven fact. A cup of hot chicken soup can help him unclog nasal passages. Medicate. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. To make him stop sneezing and drying up of runny nose and watery eyes, give him an antihistamine, which blocks his body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like ChlorTrimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil. WARNING: Antihistamines frequently causes drowsiness, so save these for bedtime. Menthol or camphor rubs have a soothing, cooling effect and may relieve congestion and help him breathe more easily, especially at bedtime. Apply Vicks Vaporub or a similar product to his bare chest, cover up, and give him a good nights sleep. And of course, Take your Vitamin C for your own protection Answered by Rocky Mccrossen 1 year ago.


What sore throat meds can I take while I'm taking Klonopin and Effexor?
My throat hurts and I have fever. Asked by Frieda Orrick 1 year ago.

Unfortunately, not much. You should not take anything with Brompheniramine in it (includes: BroveX, BroveX CT, Dimetane, Dimetane Extentab, Dimetapp Allergy, Dimetapp Allergy Liquigel, Lodrane 12 Hour, ...show all 25 brand names.Cophene B, Nasahist B, Rohist, ND-Stat, Codimal A, Histaject, Prop-A-Tane, Siltane, VaZol, Bidhist, Lodrane XR, B-Vex, Lodrane 24, P-Tex, Bromaphen, J-Tan, J-Tan PD, Tanacof-XR) If you take any antihistamines, you will feel much drowsier than usual. These include: Brompheniramine (brand names: Dimetapp Cold & Allergy Elixir, Robitussin Allergy & Cough Liquid) Chlorpheniramine (one brand name: Singlet) Dimenhydrinate (one brand name: Dramamine Original) Diphenhydramine (some brand names: Benadryl Allergy, Nytol, Sominex) Doxylamine (two brand names: Vicks NyQuil, Alka-Seltzer Plus Night-Time Cold Medicine) You might just feel drowsy (well, REALLY drowsy) but you might also feel very sick. So you'll have to stick to cough drops, tea, and aspirin righ tnow if you want to play it safe. Answered by Angel Quittner 1 year ago.


Quick ways to feel better from a cold?
Im developing a cold, my nose is running like crazy and is really sore and red and my head hurts and i feel weak, i already have medicane in me, do you have any quick ways to feel a little better Asked by Bradly Gallinari 1 year ago.

Medicate at night. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. Others, like Nyquil and Contac, contain a combination of drugs—plus alcohol, in some cases—aimed at treating a wide range of symptoms. These combination drugs, however, can have many uncomfortable side effects like nausea and drowsiness I recommend that these be taken only at night, since you won't feel the side effects while you're sleeping. To stop sneezing and dry up your runny nose and watery eyes, take an antihistamine, which blocks your body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like Chlor-Trimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil For relief of the body aches or fever that can accompany a cold take aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol). What you think is a cold may actually be flu or chickenpox, and research has shown that aspirin taken by children with certain viral infections such as these can increase their risk of developing Reye's syndrome, a relatively rare but potentially fatal disease of the brain and liver. The same goes for cold medications containing aspirin. They include Alka-Seltzer Plus cold medication tablets. Bayer children's cold tablets, Bristol Myers 4-Way cold tablets, Pepto-Bismol tablets and liquid Rest and relax. Extra rest enables you to put all your energy into getting well. It can also help you avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia, Take a day or two off from work if you're feeling really bad. At the very least, slow down in your everyday activities and reschedule your time. Trying to keep up with your regular routine can be draining because when you're not feeling well, your concentration is down and you'll probably need to double the amount of time it's going to take you to do things Take C and see. Vitamin C works in the body as a scavenger, picking up all sorts of trash—including virus trash It can shorten the length of a cold from seven days to maybe two or three days. Vitamin C may also cut back on coughing, sneezing, and other symptoms. In a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin, cold sufferers taking 500 milligrams of vitamin C four times per day suffered about half as many symptoms as those not taking the vitamin. Short-term use of such high doses shouldn't cause any side effects. But you should get your doctor's okay before starting any supplement program. Better yet, simply get your additional vitamin C by drinking it. Orange, grapefruit, and cranberry juices are rich sources of vitamin C. Hope I helped Answered by Delbert Ketterling 1 year ago.


Advice on a bad case of bronchitis please?
like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the... Asked by Jannet Maalouf 1 year ago.

like a week ago i got this terrible cold and i missed like two days of school. well monday everything was clearing up and i was perfectly fine, until the night time hit and i just felt like dying. so my mom took me to the doctor the next morning, i was diagnosed with a very severe case of bronchitis and the doctor gave me this medicine with codeine in it. well i took the medicine dreading it because it made me very very nauseous. well back to the doctor, he said im allergic to codeine ..........great!!!!!! so now what do i do to remedy my bronchitis? thanks Answered by Hoyt Wirch 1 year ago.

I'm 47 and I have suffered from a very bad case of bronchitis all my life. The first time I had bronchitis, I was 3 months so I know what it is. Is it possible that the doctor you've seen gave you the syrup Dimetane Expectorant-C? That syrup does wonders for me but I'm not allergic to codeine. I have bronchitis right now and my doctor is on a sick leave. I asked the Pharmacist if he could recommend something. He told me he could sell this syrup which is almost the same but doesn't have the codeine. The name is Robitussin Total COUGH, COLD & FLU. Now, it has a terrible taste and I don't know if it was only the codeine that caused your problem. I'm not a doctor so it's just an idea. What would really help would be to have a vapourizer. It also always helps me to put some Vick's on my chest. If you don't get better soon, please see another doctor. I don't believe in taking antibiotics when not needed but they're there for the bad cases. Good Luck! Answered by Arianne Furcron 1 year ago.

I once suffered from Chronic Bronchitis. I would suffer sometimes 3 to 4 times per year! Usually when there was a major change in the pressure outside (I live in the north, and the temperature spikes and dips do wonders to chronic sufferers of bronchitis!). Each time I would get horrible hacking coughs, hoarking up green phlegm..it was so frustrating! The key to getting rid of your bronchitis is to find a way to completely eliminate the germs that are causing all the phlegm and irritation leading to your hoarking cough and heavy breathing. Keep reading to learn how to do kill these germs!! This page it will change your life and make you feel 100% better within just 24 hours! Answered by Jina Lolar 1 year ago.

I have had bronchitis for the last month and it sucks. My medicine made me sick as well, it made me very nauseous and made me throw-up so I stopped taking it. I haven't taken any other medicine, but the best thing I did was constantly cough and spit out the mucous that comes up. This is the infection and the more you get out the better your will feel and the quicker your cough will go away. I am doing better now, but bronchitis is a viral infection and cannot be cured, so you just have to deal with coughing alot. Drink lots of fluids, cough up the mucus, and gets lots of rest and you will be fine :) Answered by Jane Nassie 1 year ago.

Ask about a nebulizer and albuterol. You put the albuterol (the medicine) in the med cup and the nebulizer makes a very fine mist that you inhale. I work in home respiratory care and this is a common medicine for bronchitis. I hope you feel better soon. Answered by Lynette Bowles 1 year ago.


What are some common medicines which contain codeine?
Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Asked by Tosha Tawwater 1 year ago.

Cough Syrup With Codeine Names Answered by Terrilyn Farabee 1 year ago.

Codeine Brand Name Answered by Edwin Rohrdanz 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: What are some common medicines which contain codeine? Hi, i am doing a school project on opium and i was wondering if anyone knew of any common medicines (over the counter or prescription) which contain codeine or any other opiates? could you please site your sources too please. thanx!! Answered by Bradley Torell 1 year ago.


Tylenol 3?
My friend just got tylenol #3 for a tooth surgery and this is the only type of codeine i have ever heard of. Are there other codeine pills? or when someone is talking about codeine they mean tylenol #3? Asked by Shirlee Hottle 1 year ago.

Prescription medications that contain codeine: Actifed with Codeine Cough Syrup® Ambenyl Aspirin with Codeine Broncholate CS Capital and Codeine Oral Solution Cheracol Codinal PH® Deconsal Dimetane-DC Cough Syrup ® Emprin with Codeine® Fioricet with Codeine® Fiorinal with Codeine® Isoclor Expectorant Novahistine DH® Novahistine Expectorant® Nucofed Expectorant Par-Glycerol-C (CV) Pediacof® Phenaphen with Codeine® Phenergan with Codeine® Phenergan VC® Poly-Histine Promethazine VC with Codeine Robitussin A-C® Robitussin DAC® Soma with Codeine Triaminic Expectorant with Codeine® Tussi-Organiden Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine® Tylenol with Codeine (#1, 2, 3, or 4) ® Tussar -2® Tussar SF® Answered by Flossie Faeth 1 year ago.

Yes why have you put this question in the section but never mind. If you do some research on some decent medical sites you will see that codeine is quite a powerful pain reliever of the opiate family. Now 2 things spring to mind that you really need to know. Firstly long term use will block your body's natural painkillers (endorphins) and so when the drug wears off you will be in slight pain. This is why we are advised not to take codeine for a slight headache or any trivial pain as it may make things worse; this could therefore be affecting your neck in a negative way. The second thing is that all drugs have side effects and should never be taken for stupid reasons. Do some work and put side effects+codeine in to Google, you will see that these are not any fun! Lastly get a life and stop messing with substances you foolish child. Answered by Jeremy Giovanelli 1 year ago.

Tylenol 3 is tylenol with codeine Answered by Dayna Santomauro 1 year ago.

this pill goes as high as tylenol w/ codeine #4. in canada you can buy tylenol w/ codeine #1 over the counter. Answered by Joannie Dalessio 1 year ago.

Tylenol #3 is a combination of acetaminophen and codeine. Codeine s an opiate used for its analgesic, antitussive and antidiarrheal properties. It is, by far, the most widely used opiate in the united states. there is a myriad of medications that incorporate codeine into their chemical makeup. I hope this helps Answered by Zenobia Semsem 1 year ago.

T3's have a half grain of codeine in them. T4's have a full grain, T2's a quarter grain. And that's just the Tylenol brand. Answered by Chanelle Dinkin 1 year ago.

Tylenol with codiene is actually a narcotic (controlled substance) painkiller. Codiene, actually Numbs You so You dont feel any pain. Codiene is a analgesic and is considered a narcotic. Narcotics can be addictive, so i advice your friend to be careful.. There are many different drugs that do contain codiene. Answered by Hilario Cartier 1 year ago.


My 3 year old seems to be coming down with a cold what meds are safe to give him?
Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will... Asked by Bethann Swed 1 year ago.

Ok now that i have said the title line, i have given him a nice warm bath, put a cold air humidifier in his room (No where safe for the steam type humidifier) I did give him a dose of motrin, he said his head was hurting. The symptoms he is having are a runny stuffy nose, and aches (as far as he can tell me) I will be putting a call into the Dr tomorrow morning, Just looking for some friendly advise tonight. Thank you Answered by Francoise Degener 1 year ago.

Let him rest and relax. Extra rest enables him to put all his energy into getting well. It can also help him to avoid complications like bronchitis and pneumonia. Warm him up. Keep him bundled up against the cold. This keeps his immune system cozily focused on fighting his cold infection instead of displacing energy to protect him from the cold. Give him Chicken Soup. A long-time fold remedy is now a proven fact. A cup of hot chicken soup can help him unclog nasal passages. Medicate. Numerous medications for colds are available without a prescription. Some treat specific symptoms. To make him stop sneezing and drying up of runny nose and watery eyes, give him an antihistamine, which blocks his body's release of histamine, a chemical that causes these symptoms. Look for products like ChlorTrimaton, Polaraimine, Dimetane and Actidil. WARNING: Antihistamines frequently causes drowsiness, so save these for bedtime. Menthol or camphor rubs have a soothing, cooling effect and may relieve congestion and help him breathe more easily, especially at bedtime. Apply Vicks Vaporub or a similar product to his bare chest, cover up, and give him a good nights sleep. And of course, Take your Vitamin C for your own protection Answered by Tyler Ishmael 1 year ago.


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