Deconamine Pse 120/8

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Jeanne Says:


I Have used the prescription Deconamine PSE 120-8 Caps since 1983. It is the one med that has given me relief from my sinus and lung congestion. I was told by Pharmacy that it is no longer available. Please tell me that is not true, and where I can get my prescription filled? Right now today my sinuses are raging.



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Verwon Says:

This medication contains Chlorphemiramine and Pseudoephedrine. Both products are available both together and separately in many countries, in over the counter and prescription formulations.

Are you in the U.S. or somewhere else?

Have you tried asking for a generic or seeing if your doctor can prescribe and alternative?

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Chlorpheniramine/­

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Pseudoephedrine/­

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Betty Crain Says:

I have been taking deconamine for years to head off broncitis and now they have taken it off the market. I need to know how I can get something to replace it.

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