Allergies, Cough & Cold

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Allergies, Cough & Cold Overview

The common cold, also known simply as a cold, is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract that primarily affects the respiratory mucosa of the nose, throat, sinuses, and larynx.[6][8] Signs and symptoms may appear less than two days after exposure to the virus.[6] These may include coughing, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, headache, and fever.[3][4] People usually recover in seven to ten days,&...

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Round white pill with 66225

The other side is blank. ## The correct imprint is likely GG 225 (They G's kind of look like 6's). This pill contains 25mgs of Promethazine, the active ingredient in Phenergan. It is commonly used to help treat or prevent nausea and vomiting. (NDC 0781-1830) Inactive Ingredients: - Lactose Monohydrate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Magnesium Stearate Common side effects can include: drowsiness, dizziness, dry mouth and constipation. Ref: DailyMed ## Thank you ## Is this pill a narcotic? ## No, Promethazine is not a narcotic.

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Lee's save the baby. Where can I find it?

The is in a clear bottle with a red screw on cap. The liquid is yellow in color It has oil in it that separates and goes to the top when bottle sits. To use run the bottle under warm water and shake to mix. Applythe warm liquid tothe child's chest and under nose to relieve symptoms of croupe. Instead of placing a drop under the nose you can also place it on a pillowcase or sheet. ## It was made by the Lee's company and yes, it is patent protected. The reason it is no longer available is that it contained Camphor, yes, even in the liquid that was taken internally and the FDA has recognized this as being unsafe. Camphor is now only approved to be used topically. As to the other ingredients, I am sorry, I have been unable to discover that. Does anyone else know anything about this?...

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Taking Cipla Actin with Ulcers

Good day. I would like to ask if it's safe to use cipla actin while I have stomach ulcers? Thank you ## This medication contains the active ingredient Cyproheptadine, it is an antihistamine that is most commonly used to treat, or prevent allergy symptoms. According to the FDA, it may cause stomach irritation, and nausea, as side effects, along with dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and weight changes, so it would best to check with your doctor, before taking it, to be sure it is safe for you. Are you on any other medications? Ref: Medline Plus Cyproheptadine ## I have been using mayogel suspension due to the stomach pain I've been experiencing, which only tones down the pain. I would then opt to use cipla actin and the pain would simply fade away for days

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Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream for Vaginal itching

Will this work to stop vaginal dryness and itching and what are the side effects? ## Did your doctor prescribe this? This is a topical steroid cream, it is not normally meant to be used internally, such as placing into the vagina. Therefore, I wouldn't suggest using it that way, unless your doctor has specifically instructed you to do so. ## I have my vaginal itching..mostly after menstruation.. but some times it occurs normally.. it seems like it is outside or inside in vagina.. what medication should I have to do?? Will there be bad result of this? I m 21 Years old ## can i use it on the edges of vaginal area ..I mean not putting it inside but only outlines of it ? ## Can I use triamcinolone acetonide cream, USP for itchy and redness on vagina?? It says Rx only. ## Yes i been pres...

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Cetirizine Alnix Drops

I have a one-year old daughter and she has allergies. She also has rashes on her face, hands, and legs, and is frequently attacked by asthma. Her pediatrician prescribed alnix drops 2.5ml for two weeks and then 1ml once a day until she reaches 2 yrs old. I am having doubts the fact that alnix drops have its side effects on babies. Is it really safe to take alnix drops for more than two weeks? I hope you could answer my doubts. Thanks! ## Cetirizine is an antihistamine, that is commonly used to treat allergies. In the U.S. it is most commonly found under the trade name Zyrtec and is quite often used for children and, when necessary, is used on a long-term basis. In most cases, when someone suffers from such severe allergic reactions, it is necessary that they take some type of medication...

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pinex cough syrup

I use to take this cough syrup when I was a kid. It was the only cough syrup that would help me. I was just wondering if it still can be bought? You had to mix it at home but I forget how. If anyone knows if it is still for sale or not please let me know ## I found a 1925 newspaper with instructions for making your own cough syrup. 2 1/2 oz. Pinex. 2 cups sugar, 1 cup water. Stir until dissolved. No cooking needed. ## I am looking for the same Pinex liquid cough syrup. We use to mix it in a jar with Honey! It was so thick. It was great to get rid of mucus. It stops the colds from going into the lungs. ## I cannot find PINEX..However, I did find a product a few days ago called CREOMULSION..made by a company in Marrietta, Ga. it looks like Pinex and tastes like Pinex. Now I'll see if ...

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Drixoral Substitute

Great news! I have FINALLY found the substitute for Drixoral Cold & Allergy and wish someone had told me before I had to suffer with allergy symptoms for so long. It's a combination of one Mucinex DM tablet and one Aleve-D Sinus & Cold tablet; take one of each at the same time and within an hour you'll feel like a brand new person! Mucinex DM is an OTC expectorant and cough supressant and Aleve-D (an extended release medicine) can be found behind the counter (you have to ask for it and show ID), but I found both at Walmart. I know the name brands cost more, but do not bother buying substitutions because they simply will not work; since Drixoral has not been available, I already have tried soooooo many that didn't help at all. Good Luck and I hope this works as well f...

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Orange pill with SU PE WL 92

Orange oblong pill with SU PE on one side and WL 92 on the other side what is this pill? ## WL 92 on one side and SUPE ## This is Sudafed PE Pressure Plus Pain Cold (NDC 50580-679). Active Ingredients: - Acetaminophen 325 mg - Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide 10 mg - Guaifenesin 100 mg - Phenylephrine Hydrochloride 5 mg Inactive Ingredients: - Carnauba Wax - Croscarmellose Sodium - Fd&c Yellow No. 5 - Fd&c Yellow No. 6 - Aluminum Oxide - Hydroxypropyl Cellulose (Type E) - Hypromelloses - Magnesium Stearate - Cellulose, Microcrystalline - Polyethylene Glycols - Polysorbate 80 - Titanium Dioxide Ref: DailyMed

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cipla actin and arvs

Can i take cipla actin and arvs? ## Can i use cipla actin and arvs? I want to know if there is no side effects ## . Im hiv ppsitev so i wnt to knw can I use cipla actin.while I'm eating arvs ## I want to give my 7 months old baby cipla actin is this safe for him please help ## Can I take cipla actin with my arvs I will gain weight ## I want to know that tehre are no side effects if I use cipla actin and my arvs cz. I'm hiv+ Please, I need the help before I take it cz. I really want to gain my weight back. ## Can I take cipla actin while I'm taking arvs It's been 9 months but still i haven't got my weight back ## According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool), there are no drug interactions listed between Cyproheptadine (Cipla...

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jmax

white oval pill with jmax on one side ## I'm 51 and have the flu. I took j max last night, hoping to get some relief, and had unusually vivid dreams. During one, I woke myself up when I kicked out hard enough to fall out of bed. Then I had another where I dreamed I was in the bathroom and ended up actually wetting the bed. My third dream was that I was again in the bathroom, on the toilet, then catching myself, afraid I was dreaming and would wet the bed. I looked around to check, saw that I was indeed in the bathroom, and proceeded to use the toilet. Unfortunately, I was dreaming, and this resulted in me wetting the bed -again - something i've never done as an adult. What is in JMax that would cause such vivid dreams? I don't think I'll be taking it again anytime soon. ...

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