Salbutamol Guaifenesin Side Effect

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Angie Says:


Why I feel little bit weak and little bit shaking after taking salbutamol guiaffenesin?



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Verwon Says:

HI, Angie! How are you?

Salbutamol is the most likely culprit, it is well known to cause the types of side effects you've described.

You may also experience dry mouth, muscle cramps and palpitations.

Learn more Salbutamol details here.

Has your doctor prescribed this medication?

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Angie Says:

Hi!!!
Yes my dr. Prescribed it, but the label is just like salbutamol guiaffenesin but I drink the salbutamol guiaffenesin ventolin because the the first one is not available in pharmacy so I got the second one with ventolin..
You think it's fine or normal that I feel that side effect when I'm taking it?!
Thanks a lot...

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