Is it safe to take pseudoephedrine for cold before urinalysis?
I took a cold med today at 11 am it has 30mg of puesephedrine. I may have a u a tomorrow for my doctor in which of course I will let her know I took it but have in the past been accused of using drugs because of a cold med like this and it s hard to explain it when a lab says that this is what s...
Can 18 months child be given "Lorinase syrop" (loratadine & pseudoephedrine" and in what dose? Thank you
Loratadine can be given to an 18 month child in a dose of upto 5 mg in a day. Pseudoephedrine is not safe for kids younger than 4 years of age. All cold medicines are given to kids in minimum possible dose and only till symptoms clear up.
If i take sertaline 50mg for anxiety and i get sick could i take a small dose of nyquil?
the active component of Niquil are
Acetaminophen (500 mg/15 mL) (pain reliever/fever reducer)
Dextromethorphan (15 mg/15 mL) (cough suppressant)
Doxylamine succinate (6.25 mg/15 mL) (antihistamine/hypnotic)
Pseudoephedrine (30 mg/15 mL) (nasal decongestant)
so it does not have the same effect with sertraline.
I had 9 actifed pills 10 hours back.i am feeling shaky,suffocation,heaviness in chest,blurred vision.am unable to walk because my legs become weak n i fall
Actifed contains pseudoephedrine and triprolidine in it and both are quite safe to be taken even in high dosage. Most of the part is excreted through urine and faeces. So drink plenty of liquids so that it can be excreted by urine. Do not take any other medicine as can interact with one another. You will be quite alright soon
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
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