Flustat Capsule

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Lerato Says:

I am 43 years old and one month pregnant. Can I take flustat?

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David Says:

Based on my research, Flu-Stat Capsules contain the following active ingredients: (Acetaminophen + Caffeine + Chlorpheniramine Maleate + Phenylephrine Hydrochloride + Vitamin C).

When it comes to pregnancy, it's usually best to discuss which drugs are safe with your doctor first, in case he or she has special instructions outside of the norm. However from what I could gather, Acetaminophen is believed to be safe in pregnancy when used intermittently for short durations. Chlorpheniramine and Phenylephrine on the other hand are only recommended for use during pregnancy when benefits outweigh risk. For reasons like this I would also suggest getting a second opinion from your doctor. I don't think you can ever be too safe when it comes to the safety of your baby.

I hope this helps! :)

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Lerato Says:

Hi David,

Thanks a lot.

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Amber Says:
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Hi, I've been taking morning after pills for over 12 times but stopped last year and got a shot of Depo last year March, only after I took it I was advised not to ever as I'm 23 and still wanna have kids. It's over a year now and have been trying to conceive with no luck. I saw a gynae in Nov last year who told me my fertility will be normal by January. How long does Depo really take to leave the system and is it possible it has made me infertile?

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Anthony Says:
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I'm allergic to the penicillin group of antibiotics. Is it safe to take flustat capsules?

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Asa Says:
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I weigh 75kg, 27-year-old male, I accidentally (misread) and took 3 flustat pills at once. Am I in any danger?

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Lienkie Says:

How many Flustat capsules can be taken per day? Is it 1 three times a day or 2 three times a day? I bought a flu mixture with Flustat, Vit C, Adcadol, and Vit B.

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BOBO Says:

I'm preparing for exams and caught a cold. The doctor gave me Flustat capsules. Is it safe to take them while preparing myself?

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