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actifed(equiv.)

little round white pill 93 848 ## Yep, this is a store brand or generic version of Actifed, manufactured by Lemmon and listed as a cold remedy, so the name you will find it under in various stores will differ. It contains Triprolidine 2.5mgs and Pseudoephedrine 60mgs. So it treats both cold and allergy symptoms. Here's some more information if you need it: Actifed Info Click Here ## Walgreens in the beautiful Garden State of New Jersey carries WalAct D, which has the same ingredients as the original Actifed. I am heading out to the Walgreens in East Windsor, on Princeton-Hightstown Road. 609-448-3729. The pharmacist mentioned that they carry several varieties of actifed, and she specifically said that WalAct D is the one I am looking for. Good luck to all the actifed people. it only...

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Triprolidine And Pseudoephedrine

is pseudoephedrine 60mg with triopolidine 2.5mg a banned drug in india ## No, from what I am finding listed, it is available in India, under several brand names, as well as being available as a generic. Some of the brand names include Actifed, Isofed, Megatuss-D and Rhinosoz. Learn more Pseudoephedrine details here. Learn more Tripolodine details here. Are you having trouble finding it there? ## where i could find Pseudoephedrine + Tripolodine combination medicine? ## i need aprodine allergy med. how can order this tablets online

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fedac tablet

allergies ## Is Fedac suitable as a decongestant? ## Fedac contains the active ingredients Triprolidine and Pseudoephedrine, it is most commonly used to treat the symptoms of colds or allergies. Learn more Triprolidine details here and there are more Pseudoephedrine details here. Side effects may include dizziness, drowsiness and nervousness. Are there any questions or comments? ## Took fedac for nasal congestion and after about thirty minutes or more went pee, found it difficult it took sometime and some minutes to pee don't know why, but I suspect it the medicine cause when I took clarinase twenty hour tablet it is also the same may I know why thanks

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fedac side effects

After taking fedac, does one perspire? ## Fedac is listed as containing Triprolidine and Pseudoephedrine and it you're breaking out in a sweat after taking it, it's most likely the latter that's causing it. Pseudoephedrine tends to have a stimulatory like effect in some people that take it, which can cause accelerated heart rate and elevated blood pressure and that may explain your perspiring. Learn more Triprolidine details here and there are more Pseudoephedrine details here. Have you consulted your doctor? It might not be safe for you to take this medication, if it's doing that every time you take it.

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Allerfrin dm syr.

What is this used for? ## Allerfrin (Triprolidine + Pseudoephedrine) is an antihistamine and decongestant combination. The antihistamine works by blocking the action of histamine, which helps reduce symptoms such as watery eyes and sneezing. The decongestant promotes sinus and nasal drainage, relieving congestion and pressure. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Triprolidine Details & Pseudoephedrine Details I hope this helps!

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Can Sunward Decondine beTaken with an expectorant

Can this drug be taken with an expectorant such as diphen expectorant for a child about twelve years old? ## My answer to your question would be no, due to an interaction found between the active ingredient triprolidine, in Decondine, which doesn't appear to go well with drugs like Diphenhydramine. This interaction states the following: "MONITOR: Agents with anticholinergic properties (e.g., sedating antihistamines; antispasmodics; neuroleptics; phenothiazines; skeletal muscle relaxants; tricyclic antidepressants; disopyramide) may have additive effects when used in combination. Excessive parasympatholytic effects may result in paralytic ileus, hyperthermia, heat stroke, and the anticholinergic intoxication syndrome. Peripheral symptoms of intoxication commonly include mydriasis...

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oblong l434

white, oblong aith L434 on one side and nothing on the other ## Located a match it's Triprolidine 2.5 mg and Pseudoephedrine 60 mg, which is used to help relieve a common cold, hay fever, and allergies. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Decondine product detail

Triprolidine hci 2.5mg Pseudoephedrine 60mg info on other inactives ## Since this is from India, I cannot find the inactive ingredients listed anywhere. It is, however, a cough and cold remedy. Here are the links to more details on the active ingredients: Does anyone else have any details on this?

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