Bioflu Robitussin Dm

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Angel Says:
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Can bioflu which contains phenylephrine hcl, chlorphenamine maleate and paracetamol be taken together with robitussin dm which contains dextromethorphan hbr and guaifenesin? Please reply. Thank you so much for your help.


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Verwon Says:

HI, though they have different ingredients, you would essentially still be doubling up on the same types of medications, so no you most likely shouldn't take them both, unless your doctor instructs you to do so.

Getting too much could cause some problems, such as worsening of the side effects.

Additionally, since the Phenylephrine can act like a stimulant, adding it with the Dextromethorphan and the Guaifenesin that cause the opposite effect could be very detrimental.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Edi Says:
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Can i take robitussin softgel and bioflu at the same time?

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Carolyn Says:
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Can I take Bioflu at the same time as Robitussin? Please tell me if it's ok.

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Guel Says:
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Can i Take these 2 medicines at the same time?

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