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 Maxifed DM Dextromethorphan + Guaifenesin + Pseudoephedrine
Benylin is a brand name owned by Johnson & Johnson for a range of cough, cold and flu medications. Some Benylin products also contain codeine, which is used to treat pain, cough and diarrhea. The flagship cough syrup and cold care brand is marketed in several countries as Benylin DM, for its active ingredient, dextromethorphan. However, the range of products available in both solid dosage and liquid forms have formulations with multiple ingredients including pseudoephedrine, paracetamol (...
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long round pill with BOCA on one side and 102 on thh other ...
Updated 11 years ago in Maxifed.
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can i take advil pm with maxifed dmx
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can i take advil pm with maxifed dmx tab mcr/amer and azithromyci ...
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Can I Take Maxifed Dm While Taking Methadone
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I've been taking methadone for opiate dependency. Can i take maxifed dm for a sinus infection ## There are no interactions listed between taking them together, but you should check with your doctor, or pharmacist to be certain. You should know, however, that if it is actually an infection, there is nothing in the Maxifed DM that will help clear it up. That will require an antibiotic from your doctor. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
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Thu, Dec 29 '11, 4:49 PM
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how often can i take maxifed dm 580mg/60mg/30mg ## You should follow the instructions on the package, or those given by your doctor if they prescribed it or recommended it. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Maxifed DM.
Mon, Oct 30 '06, 5:30 AM
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white oblong tablet boca on one side 134 on other side ## This is a generic for Maxifed DMX, an over the counter cold and allergy remedy containg 80mgs Pseudoephedrine, 40mgs of Dextromethorphan and 700mgs of Guaifenesin. ...
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