Packageing Of Mucinexdm 12 Hour Extended-release

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You reciently changed you packageing of MucinexDM to come in a box that the pills have to be punched out of and not in the bottle form. This makes it difficult for people with RA in there hand, if you come some how come up with a better way to open your product or go back to having it in bottle form I think that would make it easier for people like me that suffers from both RA & OA. And that will not cost to much; the price you have on you product is some what high for people on a fixed income and this drug is recommened for me to take by my ENT Doctors. So please think about changing the packageing of this product to Arthirst friendly package.



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frz2007 Says:

I started taking MucinexDM at the recomendation of my ENT Doctors after I had my Throat operated on to remove a cancerious tummer and the placement of a Tracheostomy so I can breath. The MucinexDM is a great help in keeping the phlem from geting thick. The packageing of this product was working great for me, because of the Arthirst in my hands. But now that you have changed the packageing I have a hard time opening them pill slots. So please change them back.

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