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How to dispose of outdated iophen c nr?

Is it okay to just throw away an outdated bottle of Iophen C-NR? How should I dispose of this and other similar medications? ## The current FDA disposal instructions tell you to mix outdate medications in with some undesirable substance, such as used coffee grounds, dirty kitty litter, dish soap or the like. Place into a sealed container, such as a coffee can with lid and dispose of it with your regular household trash. Alternatively, you can take expired medication to any local pharmacy and they will destroy them for you. Is there anything else I can help with? ## The FDA are *****s, and so are the Doctors who created the "opioid crisis" in the first place. Lets advise people to mix in dangerous chemicals or other substances to make the drug "less appealing". To whom? T...

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can you give iophen to dogs

Can you give iophen to dogs that have kennel cough ## No wtf it's a human prescription go get a prescription for your dog unless you want that dog to be leanin like a mf ## There are many human prescriptions that also have veterinary applications (namely antibiotics and pain medication). An article by Colorado State University also notes that Codeine (an active ingredient in Iophen) is in fact used in dogs. Furthermore, NIH.gov depicts Guaifenesin's use in dogs as well; Guaifenesin being the other active ingredient in Iophen. Nevertheless I do think it's imperative that the pet owner contact a veterinarian for more specific details involving proper dosing instructions... Since animals tend to be much more sensitive to drugs than humans, even a minor dosing mistake could be c...

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Iophen Dm Nr availability

Trying to obtain this product in our local pharmacies. Just two weeks ago I tried buying it at COSTCO. The National Drug Code is 0603-1330-58. ## Hi Fernando, Have you already checked with any other pharmacies outside of Costco regarding its availability? I see that the National Drug Code comes up on MedsChat's NDC database as a product of Qualites Pharmaceuticals. So one idea may be to contact the manufacturer directly to see which pharmacies they distribute this to... You could also ask your pharmacy to order it? Another option is to visit a compounding pharmacy with your prescription in hand and see if they can make a custom formulation for you. If it's of any help, the two active ingredients are: Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide + Guaifenesin. And the medication itself reported...

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can i take iophen c nr after expiration date

The bottle expired 9/11/2013 - is it still effective for nightime cough relief. ## Hello, Marlene! How are you? According to the FDA, you should just dispose of it. Liquid medications tend to be especially problematic, once expired, because they can go bad and may make you ill, if you take them. It would be best and safest to see your doctor for a new prescription. This is a narcotic cough suppressant, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have sore throat and cough. I have IOPHEN-C NR. It expires 02/09/2016. Can I use it until my appointment?

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does iophen c ncr cough syrup have aspirin it

Does Iophen-C NR have aspirin in it? I take 20mg of Xarelto and cannot take any meds with aspirin. ## Hello, Don! How are you? No, this medication does not contain any Aspirin. The active ingredients are Guaifenesin and Codeine, it is a narcotic cough suppressant. This medication has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. So, you should be able to take it, as long as your doctor approves. Is there anything else I can help with?

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can i take iophen when xarelto for afib

I take Xarelto for AFIB ...I have a cold with a bad cough. Can I take iophen-C-NR for my cough? ## Hello, Don! How are you? Iophen-C NR contains Codeine and Guaifenesin, so no, you shouldn't take it without your doctor's approval. The Guaifenesin can sometimes affect your heart rhythm and may be dangerous for those with a pre-existing heart condition. This medication also carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? There are some products available that are made for those with hypertension or cardiac issues, such as Coricidin HBP, so you may want to ask your doctor about taking it for your cold symptoms.

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iophen c nr liquid qua

red liquid ## This is a cough suppressant and expectorant that contains Codeine and Guaifenesin. Since the Codeine is a narcotic, it may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and constipation. You can learn more Codeine details here and you can find more Guaifenesin details here. Are there any other questions?

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IOPHEN-CNR LIQUID. COUGH SYRUP

CAN I TAKE METHOCARBAMOL WITH THIS COUGH MEDICINE? ## Based on my research there are drug interactions found between Methocarbamol and the Codeine inside of Iophen-C NR (codeine + guaifenesin). Information I was able to gather states the following, regarding this interaction: "Central nervous system and/or respiratory depressant effects may be additively or synergistically increased in patients taking multiple drugs that cause these effects, especially in elderly or debilitated patients." "During concomitant use of these drugs, patients should be monitored for potentially excessive or prolonged CNS and respiratory depression" Due to this interaction, I would recommend discussing the safety of taking Methocarbamol + Codeine with your doctor. More details about these medic...

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does iophen have acetaminophen in it

I am having a bad cough and I am taking iophen. I am also having a runny nose, so I think I have a cold. I was going to take Arthrits Pain Relief. It says do not take any medicine that contains acetaminophen. Does iophen have that in it? ## No, Iophen contains Guaifenesin and the narcotic Codeine and is a cough suppressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Learn more: Are there any other questions?

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ic iophen c nr liquid qua

I took twice the dose of this and I got no relief from my coughing and chest congestion. What now?? ## This contains Codeine, a narcotic that is sometimes used to help relieve coughing and Guaifenesin, a decongestant. That said, doubling up on the dosage can be dangerous, this should only be used according to your doctor's prescribing instructions. Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. We are also not medical professionals, so we cannot suggest a possible treatment, have you asked your doctor what they think you should do? You can read more on these medications at the following links:

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ic iophen c nr liquid

How much codeine is in IC IOPHEN-C NR LIQUID QUA ? ## Iophen-C NR (codeine and guaifenesin) The following are the two various dosages for the liquid form: 10mg/5ml + 100mg/5ml, 2.5mg/5ml + 75mg/5ml You can view more dosage information in the following link... Please post back if you have any other questions or concerns.

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