Cheratussin Ac & Benadryl Combo

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Michelle Says:
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Have had bronchitis for 3 weeks. Tried a variety of of drugs. Benadryl helps with allergic reactions. Is it safe to use benadryl 2 hours after cheratussin AC was taken?



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Michelle Says:
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Spoke with a pharmacist at my local CVS, she stated it was safe as long as I wasn't driving or operating heavy machinery.

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David Says:

Hi Michelle,

Thanks for the update on Benadryl and Cheratussin AC. For good measure, I also checked umm.edu's drug interaction tool and they didn't list any interactions either. So given what the pharmacist had said, coupled with this info, I doubt there would be any issues when both medications are taken as directed.

This of course doesn't take into consideration possible side effects from one drug or the other (which might otherwise be falsely mistaken as a drug interaction in the event that both meds are administered at or near the same time frame). Just something to keep in mind I suppose.

I hope this helps!

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