Guaife/dm/pseud 80/30/45, Substituted For Profen Ll Dm

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Can anyone tell me what this pill is used for?. The bottle says take 1 twice daily.



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Troy Says:

I will have to assume that the abbreviation Guaife/dm/pseud 80/30/45 stands for Guaifenesin 800 mg + Dextromethorphan 30 mg + Pseudoephedrine 45 mg - in which case it is a decongestant, cough suppressant, and expectorant combination used to treat cough and to relieve congestion due to colds, flu, or hay fever.

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thank you very much.

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