Cpm Tablet

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can i use cpm tablet for cold and cold related allergy. is it safe to take 1 tablet daily only during winter season?i don't have any problems like thyroid, bp or sugar. Age -32

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Verwon Says:
Chlorpheniramine is an antihistamine, it is commonly used to treat allergies, so it is really doubtful that it will help much with cold symptoms, since they are caused by something entirely different.

It is also not advisable to use over the counter medications for longer than 7 days in a row, unless your doctor instructs you to do otherwise.

It can also cause some side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness and dry mouth.

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zikria Says:
I have an allergy of skin. there are some red spots on skin and very irritating.what medicine and precautions i use ?

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