Fedac Tablet

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CF Says:

Is Fedac suitable as a decongestant?

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Verwon Says:

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?

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George Says:

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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