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Angie Says:

You can also see:
Lodrane.asp Brompheniramine + Pseudoephedrine

The Lodrane Family is comprised of five prescription products formulated to treat allergies and the symptoms of allergies. Each Lodrane product contains a highly effective antihistamine, which has a low potential for drowsiness in most patients. Lodrane products are formulated to contain minimal inactive ingredients so that such does not potentially interfere with overall therapy or other conditions which the patient may experience. Most Lodrane products are sugar free, alcohol free, and dye free. Please refer to each product listing for specific information.

Reference: http://www.ecrpharma.com/products/allergy.html

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