Bromphenir Dosage

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Brompheniramine Pseudoephedrine toddler dosage

My son is 2 years and six months. His Dr prescribed him Bromphenir pseudoephed today and my husband accidentally gave him 3 times the indicated dosage. Is this an emergency? What should we do? Thanks! ## It is very important that you read the leaflet included with the prescription. Watch for signs of overdose or side effects. Call the pharmacy and explain what happened. If they are closed then call the pediatrician's office - they almost all have an after hours answering service for situations like this. The doctor or nurse should be able to tell you what to watch for. There's also poison control at 800-222-1222. This is from DailyMed's listing on Bromfed DM (same ingredients as what your son was prescribed along with Dextromethorphan): "Central nervous system effects fr... ...

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M-End syp (reform)

It is a rx cough syrup. I can't find it and was wondering if it had codeine in it. ## NO, IT HAS ACETAMINOPHEN/HYDROCODNE IN IT!!!!!!!!! ## One active ingredient that BJT didn't list is Brompheniramine, in addition the Acetaminophen, and Hydrocodone. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, headache, and dry mouth. Do you know what dosage has been prescribed? ...

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