Cold, Cough & Sinus Infection - Okacet Cold Tablet

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Uday Says:


Since a week, I'm suffering from cold, cough & sinus infection. I tried lots of home made medicines, as i always avoid visiting Doctors. But, due to no results, i visited a chemist shop and he gave me Okacet Cold tablets (dosage 1-0-1). Do this really helps in providing relief for cold, cough & sinus infections.



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Verwon Says:

Okacet Cold contains Acetaminophen, Cetirizine and Phenylpropanolamine.

Learn more Acetaminophen details here.

Learn more Cetirizine details here.

Learn more Phenylpropanolamine details here.

That said, it can help with some of the cold symptoms, but no it will not do anything for any type of infection.

Why do you avoid doctors?

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