Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018115/001.

Names and composition

"TRIAMINIC-12" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE and PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018115/001 TRIAMINIC-12 CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE; PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 12MG and 75MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018115/001 TRIAMINIC-12 CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE; PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 12MG and 75MG
018793/001 COLD CAPSULE IV CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE; PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 12MG and 75MG
018794/001 COLD CAPSULE V CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE; PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 8MG and 75MG

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Answered questions

Can you drop a dirty by taking ephedrine?
Asked by Julieta Holshouser 1 year ago.

I assume you mean test positive on a drug test? YES. Amphetamine false positives can be caused by: Over-the-counter cold and allergy remedies that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine or desoxyephedrine: Nyquil, Contactd, Sudafed, Allerest 12-Hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Selectd Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief Caplets, Contact Non-Drowsy Formula Sinus Caplets, Dristan Cold Caplets, Maximum Strength Sine-Aid Tablets, Maximum Strengeth Sudafed Sinus Caplets, Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus Gelcaps, No Drowsiness Sinarest Tabs, Sinus Excedrin Extra Sterength Caplets, Characol Sinus, Drixoral Cold and Flu, Efidac/24, Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu. Over-the-counter diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine: Dexatrim, Accutrim. Over-the-counter nasal sprays: Vicks inhaler, Afrin. Asthma medication: Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets. Prescription medication: Amfeprainone, Cathne, Etafediabe, Morazone, phendimetrazine, phenmetrazine, benzphetamine, fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, dexdenflurarnine, Redux, mephentermine, Mesocarb, methoxyphenamine, phentermine, amineptine, Pholedrine, hydroymethamphetamine, Dexedrine, amifepramone, clobenzorex, fenproyorex, mefenorex, fenelylline, Didrex, dextroamphetamine, methphenidate, Ritalin, pemoline, Cylert, selegiline, Deprenyl, Eldepryl, Famprofazone. These days I think only ephedrine HCL is legal for sale in the US. Answered by Earle Dizon 1 year ago.

sammy is right on the money Answered by Adelaide Rochin 1 year ago.


Incarcerated Friend Needs Flu Symptoms Relief without failing a drug test?
Over-the-counter cold and allergy remedies that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine or desoxyephedrine: Nyquil, Contactd, Sudafed, Allerest 12-Hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Selectd Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief... Asked by Ilene Brach 1 year ago.

Over-the-counter cold and allergy remedies that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine or desoxyephedrine: Nyquil, Contactd, Sudafed, Allerest 12-Hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Selectd Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief Caplets, Contact Non-Drowsy Formula Sinus Caplets, Dristan Cold Caplets, Maximum Strength Sine-Aid Tablets, Maximum Strengeth Sudafed Sinus Caplets, Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus Gelcaps, No Drowsiness Sinarest Tabs, Sinus Excedrin Extra Sterength Caplets, Characol Sinus, Drixoral Cold and Flu, Efidac/24, Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu. Over-the-counter diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine: Dexatrim, Accutrim. Over-the-counter nasal sprays: Vicks inhaler, Afrin. Asthma medication: Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets. Prescription medication: Amfeprainone, Cathne, Etafediabe, Morazone, phendimetrazine, phenmetrazine, benzphetamine, fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, dex Answered by Wilfred Kabala 1 year ago.

Why would tylenol show up as a drug? Your list does not contain plain old tylenol (acetaminophen) or Advil (ibuprofen). Only thing you can do for the flu is reduce fever. Tylenol is good. A shower will help too. Good old hot chicken soup might make him feel better. Just lay back and take it easy is the main thing. Answered by Noelle Westveer 1 year ago.

Um...those are all legal. So what's the problem? Answered by Man Fitzen 1 year ago.

omg i <3 twilight (: Answered by Marisa Cockriel 1 year ago.


Possible scare tactic, or just a mistake?
Last week I got a drug test that said I had been taking methamphetamine, which I had not (piss test, came up a "faint line", which I thought only came up for marijuana). I know of people who's lives have been ruined by that stuff, so obviously I'm smarter than that. When asked if they had ever had... Asked by Arnetta Weide 1 year ago.

Last week I got a drug test that said I had been taking methamphetamine, which I had not (piss test, came up a "faint line", which I thought only came up for marijuana). I know of people who's lives have been ruined by that stuff, so obviously I'm smarter than that. When asked if they had ever had a false positive, they said no, which I believe to be a lie (come on, it was a piss test, it's not like they tested my blood). So my step dad believed me and was wondering if they possibly said that as a scare tactic to get me to admit to it or other things I may possibly had been taking. Do they do that? They said it could maybe come from cold medicine, but all I had been taking before that were HEB heartburn pills before I go to bed. So they sent it to the "lab" to be broken down, and we get the results today. Also when they tested me again that same day...they poured the same "specimen" into another cup...which if the last cup was contaminated, wouldn't it just transfer over, making the second test redundant? So once again, is it possible that they said it to scare me, or was it just a mistake on the test? Also...I really had no idea where to put this, so sorry if it's in the wrong place. Answered by Wynona Donaghe 1 year ago.

Here is a very long and extensive list of things that could have resulted in a false-positive. I hope you don't mind, but I am starring your post, as this just underscores how unreliable drug tests can be. You are one of the lucky ones and your folks trust you...can you imagine how something like this can ruin lives and relationships? It sounds like the lab has some procedural issues. As for heartburn, take a tonic of ORGANIC apple cider vinegar, pure honey and purified water -- best thing in the world for heartburn and related. Over-the-counter cold and allergy remedies that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine or desoxyephedrine: Nyquil, Contactd, Sudafed, Allerest 12-Hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Selectd Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief Caplets, Contact Non-Drowsy Formula Sinus Caplets, Dristan Cold Caplets, Maximum Strength Sine-Aid Tablets, Maximum Strengeth Sudafed Sinus Caplets, Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus Gelcaps, No Drowsiness Sinarest Tabs, Sinus Excedrin Extra Sterength Caplets, Characol Sinus, Drixoral Cold and Flu, Efidac/24, Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu. Over-the-counter diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine: Dexatrim, Accutrim. Over-the-counter nasal sprays: Vicks inhaler, Afrin. Asthma medication: Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets. Prescription medication: Amfeprainone, Cathne, Etafediabe, Morazone, phendimetrazine, phenmetrazine, benzphetamine, fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, dexdenflurarnine, Redux, mephentermine, Mesocarb, methoxyphenamine, phentermine, amineptine, Pholedrine, hydroymethamphetamine, Dexedrine, amifepramone, clobenzorex, fenproyorex, mefenorex, fenelylline, Didrex, dextroamphetamine, methphenidate, Ritalin, pemoline, Cylert, selegiline, Deprenyl, Eldepryl, Famprofazone Answered by Leopoldo Pfenning 1 year ago.

On most of those type tests, you are NOT supposed to read a faint line as a result. Only lines that are clearly seen. Answered by Fallon Warwick 1 year ago.


Ive never taken one drug in my entire life, so why did I test positive for meth?
The only things I take regularly are prozac, a heartburn medicine, and maybe a few tylenols or aleves. How is this possible? Asked by Gerald Nyman 1 year ago.

All of these can make you test positive, Desoxyephedrine, Desoxyn, Methedrine, Vicks Inhaler (non-prescription drug). Selegiline, Benzphetamine and Famprofazone are converted to methamphetamine, Other substances that could possibly cause a false positive - Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine, or desoxyephedrine (Nyquil, Contact, Sudafed, Allerest, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, etc) -Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu, Vicks Nyquil -Over-the-counter diet aids with phenylpropanolamine (Dexatrim, Accutrim) - Over-the-counter nasal sprays (Vicks inhaler, Afrin) -Asthma medications (Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets -Prescription medications (Amfepramone, Cathne, Etafediabe, Morazone, phendimetrazine, phenmetrazine, benzphetamine, fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, dexdenfluramine, Redux, mephentermine, Mesocarb, methoxyphenamine, phentermine, amineptine, Pholedrine, hydroymethamphetamine, Dexedrine, amifepramone, clobenzorex, fenproyorex, mefenorex, fenelylline, Didrex, dextroamphetamine, methphenidate, Ritalin, pemoline, Cylert, selegiline, Deprenyl, Eldepryl, Famprofazone) Kidney infection, kidney disease, Liver disease, diabetes. MAY BE DUPLICATE BUT FROM ANOTHER ALL EXPERT Over-the-counter cold and allergy remedies that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine or desoxyephedrine: Nyquil, Contactd, Sudafed, Allerest 12-Hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Selectd Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief Caplets, Contact Non-Drowsy Formula Sinus Caplets, Dristan Cold Caplets, Maximum Strength Sine-Aid Tablets, Maximum Strengeth Sudafed Sinus Caplets, Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus Gelcaps, No Drowsiness Sinarest Tabs, Sinus Excedrin Extra Sterength Caplets, Characol Sinus, Drixoral Cold and Flu, Efidac/24, Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu. Over-the-counter diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine: Dexatrim, Accutrim. Over-the-counter nasal sprays: Vicks inhaler, Afrin. Asthma medication: Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets. Prescription medication: Amfeprainone, Cathne, Etafediabe, Morazone, phendimetrazine, phenmetrazine, benzphetamine, fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, dexdenflurarnine, Redux, mephentermine, Mesocarb, methoxyphenamine, phentermine, amineptine, Pholedrine, hydroymethamphetamine, Dexedrine, amifepramone, clobenzorex, fenproyorex, mefenorex, fenelylline, Didrex, dextroamphetamine, methphenidate, Ritalin, pemoline, Cylert, selegiline, Deprenyl, Eldepryl, Famprofazone Answered by Tobias Jarencio 1 year ago.

Statistically, even though drug tests may claim to be 99% accurate or some other ridiculously high number, they often can result in a false positive. This means that even though meth isn't in your system, the test may have accidentally resulted as positive for some technical reason or other. I would suggest re-testing to see if it comes out positive again, because getting two false positives in a row are extremely rare. If it was a false positive, you aren't the only one it has happened to. People regularly test positive for cancer, HIV, etc., even when they do not have it. That's why when you test positive for these things, you always have to retake it in case it was a mistake. Hope that helped. Good luck! Answered by Terica Honey 1 year ago.

I guess they might have some of the same chemicals as in meth. So that could be a reason or maybe they got your results mixed with someone elses. =) sorry I couldn't help more I hope everything goes well with you and the whole meth results don't seriously **** up your life. If it was me though I would ask them if you could retake the test. Answered by Donny Caliguire 1 year ago.

You take Prozac??? well, there's probably similar chemicals in those drugs you take to Meth. Anyway - sue the company who does the test. Answered by Michel Rodenizer 1 year ago.

Simple, the drug test wasn't any good. This happens alot actually. Just ask to take another one. Answered by Shirlee Highshaw 1 year ago.

Probably forgot. Meth is a crazy drug. Answered by Thomasena Schefers 1 year ago.

woah thats so weird, i dont know but i didnt know that could happen. when you find the answer post it because i would be really interested in finding the answer to that Answered by Anitra Saggione 1 year ago.

did you take any diet pills cause they are basically speed otherwise i don't really know Answered by Donna Goich 1 year ago.


Can sudafed products give you a false urine analysis?
Asked by Clyde Scozzari 1 year ago.

Yes, Cold remedies, diet pills, hay fever remedies and pain relievers: In blind drug test passing testing, decongestants and many diet aids resulted in false positives for amphetamine use in one third of all drug test passing samples given to 40 leading substance testing laboratories. There are more than 300 over-the-counter drugs that can cause false drug test passing positives on the EMIT, and new drugs being introduced every day. Some others include: Cold and allergy meds that contain ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine, or desoxyepherine (Brand names include Nyquil, Contact, Sudafed, Allerest 12 hour, A.R.M., Triaminic 12, Ornade, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, Sinex, Neosynephrine, Actifed, Bayer Select Maximum Strength Sinus Pain Relief Caplets, Contact Non-Drowsy Formula, Dristan Cold Caplets, Maximum Strength Sudafed Sinus Caplets, Maximum Strength Tylenol Sinus Gelcaps, Sinus Excedrin Extra Strength Caplets, Drixoral Cold and Flu, Robitussin Cold and Flu, Vicks Inhaler and Afrin) Diet aids containing phenylpropanolamine (Brand names include Dexatrim and Accutrim). Asthma medications such as Marax, Bronkaid tablets, and Primatine Tablets. Answered by Michaele Pritchard 1 year ago.

Having worked in a medical lab as a chemist, I can assure you that the testing procedure is virtually 100% foolproof. If you don't want drugs in your urine, then you shouldn't be taking drugs. Diluting your urine by drinking lots of water won't do a thing and trying to confuse the lab by adding "magic" powders or eating/drinking "anti-toxic magic pills" before the test in an attempt to confuse the lab technician may win you a few days, but it will certainly be recognized and cause suspicion, and force you to come in to give a new sample. You can run but you can't hide! The only chance you've got is to submit somebody else's urine. Depending on the price the person or company is willing to pay for the urinalysis (that depends if they are suspicious of you or not), that can be detected as well with DNA. Answered by Prudence Nev 1 year ago.

Meth can be made from them. I would stay clear of them. Answered by Dora Magnotti 1 year ago.


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