Decolgen Or Nasatap Tablet

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Is it safe to drink Decolgen or Nasatap tablet for my colds while taking Myrin-P Forte?



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David Says:

Hi max,

Based on my research there are no drug interactions found between the active ingredients in Decolgen and Myrin-P Forte. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist, but my sources state that every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate.

While Decolgen and Myrin-P Forte are deemed to be safe together, I was not able to locate any interaction details on the active ingredient found in Nasatap.

I hope the above info helps!

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Amalia Says:

Is it safe to take "norgesic forte or norgesic " and nasatapp together? Thanks

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Worried Says:

Is Decolgen safe for controlled (by medication: Triamter, Amlodipine & Losartan) hypertension? If not, are there cold medicine safe for hypertension? What about for chronic sinusitis? Thank you.

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