Aprodine

Last Update March 8, 2016
Aprodine is a cough & cold medication.
Uses: Aprodine is approved for Allergy and Flu and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Actifed
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Last Update March 8, 2016
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Positive 2 "that sells Aprodine. It works great, but I'm made to feel like some sort of criminal or drug user for ...The pharmacist tried to fill it with some pseudophedrine free crap that I knew wouldn't work."Read more positive discussions
Negative 1 "i need aprodine allergy med."Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Aprodine

What does Aprodine look like?
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Strength : 60 mg / 2.5 mg
Pill imprint : 44;178
Color : White
Shape : Round
Attribution
Alcohol warning on Aprodine
There may be a negative interaction between Aprodine and alcohol.
How do I obtain Aprodine?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Aprodine?
Pill, Syrup
What dosages are available?
Syrup: 1.25-30 mg/5 mL
Tablet: 2.5-60 mg
Ingredients
Pseudoephedrine Hcl/Triprolidine Hcl
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