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Allergy is a hypersensitivity of the immune system. Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmles...
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Actifed
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Chlor Trimeton
Other name: Wal-Act (Wal-Act)
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Allergies
Common Cold
Runny Nose
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Common Cold
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Actifed is a registered trademark for a combination antihistamine and nasal decongestant medication used for common cold and allergy symptoms. Developed in 1958 by Burroughs Wellcome & Company (now part of GlaxoSmithKline), the product was later acquire...
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Chlorphenamine (International Nonproprietary Name) or chlorpheniramine (United States Adopted Name, former British Approved Name), commonly marketed in the form of chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorphen-12), is a H1 antagonist number First-generation ...
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Drowsy
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Addiction
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Sedation
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Palpitations
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Dry Mouth
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Groggy
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Paranoia
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Cavity
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Withdrawal
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High Blood Pressure
2
Watery Eyes
2
Addiction
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Itchy Eyes
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Palpitations
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Porphyria
1
Tunnel Vision
1
Hearing Loss
1
Arrythmia
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Actifed is a registered trademark for a combination antihistamine and nasal decongestant medication used for common cold and allergy symptoms. Developed in 1958 by Burroughs Wellcome & Company (now part of GlaxoSmithKline), the product was later acquire...
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Chlorphenamine (International Nonproprietary Name) or chlorpheniramine (United States Adopted Name, former British Approved Name), commonly marketed in the form of chlorpheniramine maleate (Chlorphen-12), is a H1 antagonist number First-generation ...
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for colds you can take chlor-trimeton, sudafed, actifed, or...
" ...health department says for colds you can take chlor-trimeton, sudafed, actifed, or... "

Life I took Chlor-trimeton with great results. Don't...
" ...told me to avoid meds for her unless absolutely necessary (heart racing, etc is of course not a good thing when you have a CHD.) Anyway, Dimetapp is the only thing that I've gotten my DS (3.5) to... "

Sudifed Benadryl Mucinex Sore...
" ...sinus infection. My lists say the following Cold - Chlor-trimeton Actifed Sudifed Benadryl Mucinex Sore throat - Cloraseptic spray or... "

Actifed Sudafed Chlor-Trimeton Clratin Zyrtec Saline...
" ...from my OB, this is what is says for cold or sinus congestion: Actifed Sudafed Chlor-Trimeton Clratin Zyrtec Saline Nasal Spray I usually go on rxlist.com and look up... "

Migraine Chlor-Trimeton (sp?) Actifed And then my...
" ...have: Tylenol Imodium A-D Advil Dayquil Excedrin Migraine Chlor-Trimeton (sp?) Actifed And then my variou... "

Chlor-Trimeton Breathe right nasal spray Actifed...
" ...Benadryl Chlor-Trimeton Breathe right nasal spray Actifed cold and allergy or cold and sinus Chloraseptic throat spray Hope you are feeling better soon. My allergies... "

Sudafed, Actifed, Chlor-Trimeton, Benadryl, and Vics Vapo...
" ...a pretty obnoxious cough due to congestion and even if I'm not hurting the babies I am certainly hurting me! Sleeping propped up helps a little. Plain Robitussion, Sudafed, Actifed, Chlor-Trimeto... "

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Actifed, chlor-trimeton, travist-d, clariton, and Benedryl....
" ...towels to open up your nasal cavity...another thing is pamper yourself...Dress ...it is safe to take sudafed, Actifed, chlor-trimeton, travist-d, clariton, and Benedryl. HOpe... "

Benedryl, Chlor-Trimeton, and Actifed. I usually only...
" ...woman with allergies. It was the happiest day in my pregnancy when my doctor told me I could still take my OTC allergy medicine - it's ...take Benedryl, Chlor-Trimeton, and Actifed. I us... "

Sudafed (decongestant) Actifed (antihistamine...
" ...talk to your doctor first Chlor-Trimeton (antihistamine) Sudafed (decongestant) Actifed (antihistamine and decongestant) Cough Symptoms... "

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