Escitalopram And Cheratussin Ac

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Lee Says:
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I have a horrible cough and found some Cheratussin AC cough syrup in the cupboard... I took two tsps and then remembered that I am now on Escitalopram... Will I have any problems combining the two?



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David Says:

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool), there are no interactions listed between Cheratussin AC and Escitalopram.

This does not necessarily mean that no interactions exist, however, I have no reason to believe that the combination is unsafe based on my own investigation.

Nevertheless, it's always a good idea to consult your prescribing doctor with any doubts or concerns before moving forward.

Hope this helps!

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