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Benadryl vs Chlorpheniramine Maleate

Benadryl
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Chlorpheniramine Maleate
Other name: Unisom Unisom
Other name: Chlor Trimeton Chlor Trimeton
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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2.9
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
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2.2
Concern level
2.9
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for Cough
1.2
Concern level
3.2
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Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Dry Mouth
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Contractions
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5
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3
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3
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2
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2
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Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Benadryl (diphen) is a brand name allergy medicine marketed over-the-counter drug by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Prior to 2007, Benadryl was marketed by Pfizer. Benadryl was invented by George Rieveschl and first made publicl...
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Zyrtec, benedryl, and chlorpheniramine maleate. And I do...
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" Quote: Zyrtec, benedryl, and chlorpheniramine... "

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leate) and Benedryl (diphenhydramine) that I am...
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" ...The main difference between Chlorphen-12 (chlorpheniramine maleate) and Benedryl (diphenhydramine) that I am aware ...the tendency to cause drowsiness. Benedryl is more likely to cause ...whereas first... "

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would take benedryl, or chlorpheniramine maleate, and it wo...
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" ...some sleep! I do take Advil PM most nights (sometimes 2), ...to 4 hours max. When I used to live in New York I would get hay fever really bad towards the end of summer and so I would take benedryl,... "

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more dangerous with the Chlorpheniramine maleate that is in...
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" ...Lois while I agree that benadryl is an important thing to ...just loved the coriciden cough and cold, would take boxes of it before the crack and while supposedly trying to get clean in desperation...Not... "

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HCl, brand name Benadryl, plenty of store brands available...
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" A vote AGAINST melatonin - it gave me petit mal seizures. What works really well ...is diphenhydramine HCl, brand name Benadryl, plenty of store brands... "

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really is your best bet, but there are other options....
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" Benadryl really is your best bet, ...but there are other options. Chlorpheniramine maleate and clemastine fumarate (available in ...the same anihistamine class as Benadryl, so you sould give them... "

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Maleate is an antihistamine, whereas Dextromorphan...
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" Chlorpheniramine Maleate is an antihistamine, whereas Dextromorphan ...like drinking a bottle of Benadryl. Now if it was Histussin-HC, well that would be... "

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with sedative effects is chlorpheniramine maleate. Mo...
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" ...to these effects vary substantially. Benadryl is diphenhydramine hydrochloride. I wold be very ...available. Another common OTC antihistamine with sedative effects is chlorpheniramine maleate.... "

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zzzquil, tylenol PM all contain the same antihistamine,...
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" Benadryl, zzzquil, tylenol PM all contain ...diphenhydramine one night then try another antihistamine, doxylamine succinate, another night, etc. The ...someone are another antihistamine: CHLOR-TABS... "

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Most people keep Benadryl in reserve as a rescue medicine....
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" Most people keep Benadryl in reserve as a rescue medicine. Occasionally, I'll use ...want to try, for example, chlorpheniramine maleate. It's good to have a... "

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