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Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
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Mucinex for Cough
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Mucinex & Histamine

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on mucousa cells? Mucinex? Well, Ive had problems with...
" Is this because dopamine effects histamine in certian parts of the brain or because of dopamines direct effect on mucousa cells? Mucinex? Well, Ive had problems with my nose, had surgery... "

Also Mucinex helps me too and I do fine with it. Usually...
" Yes, I do take a zyrtec sometimes when it starts and it does help. Also Mucinex helps me too and I do fine with it. Usually it ...season is in etc. Histamine headache does make sense... "

Or even some good old Sudafed or Mucinex? I...
" ...over from so much histamine running through my body, ...it bad to take Claritin or Benadryl (or Claritin D...) with homeopathics? Or even some good old Sudafed or Mucinex? I am teaching Awa... "

sounds like histamine release and anti histamine should...
" ...with Omalleys deduction sounds like histamine release and anti histamine should ...With the exception of Mucinex. The smell alone makes ...Any sugestions on the Mucinex problem would also be... "

note....I used to take mucinex when the weather was...
" ...definately a possibliliy...I stopped my allergy meds due to withdrawal ...know that AD's have a histamine effect so I am sure ...interesting note....I used to take mucinex when the weather wa... "

because I have found that Mucinex works really well when I...
" ...the ALKALOL, too, because I have found that Mucinex works really well when I have an ...prevents mast cells from releasing histamine. Fortunately, I love Indian food!... "

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get this I take Guaifenisen (Mucinex in the US) because it...
" ...this I take Guaifenisen (Mucinex in the US) ...effective than the Mucinex. It may not be an allergy thing, but a histamine thing (like MCAD.) ...trigger form of histamine sensitivity. I sec... "

you take Mucinex during the day to move the mucus out you...
" If you take Mucinex during the day to move ...might have less at night. Mucinex comes in a decongestant added ...and ineffective IMO. Foods containing histamine or histamine releasers, may pr... "

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I'm not sure that a histamine blocker is going to really do...
" ...I'm not sure that a histamine blocker is going to really ...much for you. I would use Sudafed for the sinus congestion, Mucinex to thin the m... "

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don't take a mucinex with decongestant in it every morning...
" I also have alot of sinus problems. If I don't take a mucinex with decongestant in it every ...quite a bit. AND I don't have allergies, non-allergic rhinitis which basically ...symptoms but it... "

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