In October 2007, the FDA Nonprescription Drug Advisory Committee and the.. A pharmacodynamic interaction may occur when pseudoephedrine and other.
2.5 mL PO every 4—6 hours, up to 10 mL/day.
guaifenesin 2400 mg/day PO; pseudoephedrine 240 mg/day PO.
Oral expectorant and sympathomimetic decongestant combination Primarily used for the temporary relief of congestion associated with the common cold.
1 capsule PO every 12 hours, up to 2 capsules/day.
1 tablet PO every 12 hours.
1 capsule PO every 12 hours.
The recommended dosage for Robitussin Cold Severe Congestion Liqui-Gels is 1 capsule PO every 4 hours, up to 4 capsules/day. No dosage recommendations are provided by the manufacturers for Sinutab Non-Drying Liquid Caps or Sudafed Non-Drying Sinus products.
restlessness / Early / Incidence not known anxiety / Delayed / Incidence not known insomnia / Early / Incidence not known drowsiness / Early / Incidence not known headache / Early / Incidence not known dizziness / Early / Incidence not known.
10 mL PO every 4—6 hours, up to 40 mL/day.
Pseudoephedrine-containing products should not be combined with MAOI therapy or within 2 weeks of such therapy.
Oral decongestants may cause dizziness, nervousness, insomnia, palpitations, urinary retention, and elevated blood pressure.
1.Schoedel KA, Pope LE, Sellers EM. Randomized open-label drug-drug interaction trial of dextromethorphan/quinidine and paroxetine in healthy volunteers.
7.Achamallah NS. Visual hallucinations after combining fluoxetine and dextromethorphan. Am J Psychiatry 1992 Oct;149(10):1406.
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589 medications are known to interact with Mucinex DM Maximum Strength. Includes acetaminophen, albuterol, Azithromycin Dose Pack (azithromycin).
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Learn about drug interactions between lithium carbonate oral and Children's Mucinex Multi-Symp Oral, Cough & Cold Mucus Relief CF Oral, DACEX-DM Oral.
phenylephrine-dm-guaifenesin oral and lithium carbonate oral both increase serotonin levels.
phenylephrine-dm-guaifenesin oral brand names and other generic formulations include:
Eskalith CR Oral, Eskalith Oral, Lithane Oral, Lithobid Oral, Lithonate Oral, Lithotabs Oral.
Interaction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant.
Oral, Nortuss-DE Oral, Numobid CF Oral, PDM GG Oral, Phlemex Forte Oral, Phlemex-PE Oral, Pres Gen Oral, Pres Gen Pediatric Oral, Q-Tussin CF (PE) Oral, Quiecoff Oral, Robitussin Cough & Cold CF Max Oral, Robitussin Cough & Cold CF Oral, Severe Congestion & Cough Max Oral, SINUtuss DM Oral, Supress DX Oral, TG 10PEH-380GFN-15DM Oral, TriTuss Oral, TriTuss-ER Oral, Tusicof Oral, Tussafed EX Oral, Tussaphen Oral, Tussaphen-DM Oral, Tussedyn Oral, Tussex Cough Oral, Tussex Oral, Tussidex Oral, Tussilan-G Oral, Tussin CF Cough-Cold Oral, Tussin CF MAX Oral, Tussi-Pres Oral, Tussi-Pres Pediatric Oral, Tusso-DM Oral, Tusso-DMR Oral, Vanacof DM Oral, Wal-Tussin Cough & Cold CF Oral, Z-Dex Oral, Z-DEX Pediatric Oral, Zotex LAX Oral, Zotex Oral, Zotex-D (with DM & PE) Oral, Zotex-EX Oral, Zotex-G Oral, Zotex-LA Oral, Z-Tuss DM Oral.
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