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Neozep Forte

Good day! I'd just like to ask for information regarding the peak effect of neozep forte. Your response will highly be appreciated. Thank you! ## I am really not certain what you mean by peak effect, are you referring to the time it takes to work? How long you have to take it? Or something else? Neozep Forte is a combination medications that contains Phenylpropanolamine, Paracetamol, Salicylamide, Chlorpheniramine and Ascorbic Acid, it is usually given to treat various conditions associated with the cold, flu or respiratory problems. It's usually take by adults up to 4 times a day, as needed. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: ## im 2 months pregnant nagkasipon ako uminom ako ng neozep tablet safe po ba? ## Ayaw namin sa end...

Symdex-D information

Decongestant/Anti-histamine ## What are the contents & actions of this drug? Thank You! ## information about SYMDEX-D ## Symdex-D is for what purpose? ## Symdex D contains the active ingredient Phenylpropanolamine, which is used as a decongestant. Some of the most common side effects include: nausea and drowsiness. You can read more about this medication here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I've been suffering from congestion for a long time. I was told to try Symdex-D to decongest. How many times a day should I take it? ## Once a day for 4 days 1hour before bedtime. ## Can I use symdex-d together with solmux? Is it safe for me to take those two meds at the same time? ## My husband has sinosis and it just so happened that he experienced blurry vision (glaucoma) f...

symdex d contains PPA which is phenlylpropanolamine

In 2000 the USA FDA banned P P A because it has been proven to cause strokes in women. Please explain why pharmacies in Baguio City, Philippines sold it to me last week? ## is symdex d really safe ## Hello, Linda! How are you? Well, first that's not the U.S. and second, it has not been banned, it was only removed from over the counter sale, so it's still available in the U.S. but only by prescription. Learn more Phenylpropanolamine details here. Eclaire, what Linda said is correct, it was found to cause strokes in young women, so there are risks associated with it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## doea it cause stroke only to women? how about men's?

phenylpropanolamine content in dynatussin

What is the content of phenypropanolamine in dynatussin capsule? Can it can cause a rise in blood pressure with a blood pressure of 125/80? ## Yes, it can cause higher blood pressure as a side effect, but 125/80 is not really a high blood pressure, since normal is 120/80. The NIH lists the other typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, insomnia, and headache. Are you on any other medications? Did your doctor say it was high?

Is it safe to take nasatapp while breastfeeding?

Can i take nasataap while breastfeeding? My baby is almost 4 month old now and im so scared to take the tablet. Please advise. Thanks ## Phenylpropanolamine, one of the active ingredients in Nasatapp has in my investigation been under scrutiny for causing birth defects when taken during pregnancy. On the other hand, I'm also finding that there is no data on the excretion of Phenylpropanolamine into human milk during breastfeeding. Having said this, I would probably talk with your doctor for another opinion and take caution to only use it if the benefits outweigh possible risks. As for Brompheniramine, the second active ingredient in Nasatapp... when taken in small and infrequent doses, reports suggest that there is nothing to worry about with regards to adverse effects from breastfe...

Nasatapp Side Effect

Im on my 3rd week of pregnancy. My doctor prescribed nasatapp to me because of my allergy. Is it safe to drink? what are the possible effects to my baby since im on my first trimester? ## Nasatapp contains the active ingredients Phenylpropanolamine and Brompheniramine, it used to treat allergies. The problematic medication here is the Phenylpropanolamine, the U.S. FDA removed it from over the counter sale due to safety concerns. It was found to greatly increase the risk of strokes in those that used it. In addition, when it was used by pregnant women, it was found to cause birth defects. If it were me, I would seriously discuss these issues with my doctor, before using the medication and ask if there is something safe that they can prescribe. Are there any other comments or questions? #...

Pill E 745

No one seems to know this, A Blue oval Pill with E 745 on it. How is it possible this cannot be identified? ## Hello, Brovolone! How are you? From what I've been able to find, this is an over the counter product called Guaipax SR that is listed as containing 75mgs of Phenylpropanolamine and 400mgs of Guaifenesin, it is a cold remedy that helps relieve nasal congestion. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, dry throat, nervousness and insomnia. That also explains why it's been hard to find an identification for it, over the counter medications are not required to be listed with the FDA like prescription drugs. Is there anything else I can help with?

White Pill 244, Phenylpropanolamine 50mg tablet???

I found a round white tablet with the imprint 244 on it. I believe it may be a Phenylpropanolamine 50mg tablet, but I can not seem to find an image of it any where to be certain. I have tried many different pill identification websites, with no help. The only information that I have been able to find is on this website, but it stated that this was a chewable tablet. The pill that I found is not a chewable tablet. I know that this medication comes in both chewable and regular tablet versions. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. If possible, I would love a reference to an image for this medication so that I can compare it to the pill that I have found. ## With the imprint being only "244" on a white pill, the closest possible match I've come across is Carvedi...

Nasatapp tablet

I am hypertensive and i have parennial rinitis. I have been taking nasatapp tablet for more than a year now. What is d possible side effect of its prolong use? ## i have and asthma,,,, i take nasatapp tablet when it occurs,,, is this okay even i did not consult the doc,, thanks


sinus ## Hello, Are you referring to Neozep forte perhaps? If so, Neozep Forte is a combination medication that contains the following ingredients: Phenylpropanolamine, Paracetamol, Salicylamide, Chlorpheniramine and Ascorbic Acid It is usually given to treat various conditions associated with the cold, flu or respiratory problems. It's usually taken by adults up to 4 times a day, as needed. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Phenylpropanolamine Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Paracetamol Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Chlorpheniramine Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ascorbic Acid Details I hope this info helps!

proin 50

phenylpropanolamine- for vererinary use ## Today I went to the vet to pick up inslin for the cat. So the lady behind the counter asked me my birthday. I told her. then she said I was giving one of my animals a controled substance. So I said the inslin ?No she said the proin 50 mg so my dog will not wet allover the house. How f***ed up is that now I am in some F***ed up goverment data base. next time some one askes me for my birthday I will refuse. My problem was I trusted the vet. An any doctor or vet workes firest for the f***ed up goverment. I feel blind sided am now thinking where I will go for my vet.

round, white pill with 244

round white pill; nothing on one side other is scored with 244 above and below ## I can't find specific information on the dosage, but this is a veterinary tablet for use in dogs, it is called Propalin, it contains the active ingredient Phenylpropanolamine and is used to treat urinary incontinence. They are chewable tablets, which are available in 3 different dosages, 25, 50 and 75mgs. Is there anything else I can help you with?


what kind this medicine? this a capsule? ## Is this safe for pregnant women? ## I am sorry, this medication is not available for use in the U.S. and since most other countries do not regulate their medications as strictly as the FDA does here, I cannot find any information on it. I can only suggest that you ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I've read in the internet that phenylpropanolamine drugs are recalled from over the counter medicines because of their adverse health effects that increased hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in brain) among women ages 18-49 in the three days after starting use of medication. What could be the safe implication of taking nasathera capsule since it also contains phenlypropanolamine ?

cold act plus

suspension phenylpropanolamine BP chlorpheniramine maleate IP ## Phenylpropanolamine and Chlorpheniramine are used to treat the symptoms associated with colds or allergies. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and dizziness. Read more: Are ther any comments or questions?

Lan 1292

little white pill that is scored in the middle ## Looking for more info about the same topic. ## it is called PPA. (Phenylpropanolamine). It is used to treat bladder control problems in dogs. it was shown to possibly cause cancer in people and so is banned by the FDA for use in people.


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