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Diphenhydramine HCI 25 mg-Night time sleep-aid ## Hello, Nicolle! How are you? While it is used as a sleep aid, because it causes drowsiness as a side effect, this is actually an antihistamine. This is the same active ingredient that's found in Benadryl and used to treat allergic reactions. Other side effects may also include dizziness and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Is this good for Flem in the lungs and throat. Thanks ...
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Fri, Jan 01 '16, 3:11 PM
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I've been taking it & didn't know I was pregnant. Could this harm my baby in any kind of way? ## Hello, Ash! How are you? Congratulations on the baby! This tablet is manufactured by Woonsocket and they list it as containing 25mgs of Diphenhydramine, which is used to treat allergies and insomnia. Typical side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth. And the FDA places this medication in pregnancy category B, which means there is no known/proven risk in humans. However, it would be best to make sure your doctor is aware that you were taking it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diphenhydramine.
Tue, Jan 27 '15, 3:12 PM
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Sun, Apr 22 '07, 11:51 AM
44367 blue pill an teenagers taking it an no didn't me(mom)
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Are teenagers using this pill for any other reasons? My 13 yr old daughter was out if control this evening which she is on Lexapro for anxiety an depression an when searching her bedroom an finding these pills an she is smoking which I had my suspicions but I have also been told she may even be smoking pot. I am taking her first thing tomorrow morning to our primary care physician an blood work will be done...I am really hoping I'm wrong but I think she might be going down the wrong path already...I just want to make sure this pill isn't per say being a new thing for our teens to take.... ## This is listed as containing 25mgs of Diphenhydramine, which is an antihistamine that's used to treat allergies and insomnia. There's no use for abusing it, that I'm aware of, it... ...
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