Theraflu

Last Update May 25, 2016
Theraflu is a dietary supplement.
Uses: Theraflu is approved for Flu, Cough, Fever and Headaches and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Category: Dietary supplement
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for Flu
3.8
Concern level
1.4
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Positive 748 "I have a list of medicine allergies, so I only take something if I have a horrible cold where I pretty much can't function, & then I can take tylenol cold or theraflu. There is also this... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 189 "But I have been battling this cough and congestion for 2 months now i can't stand it lol. But my problem is i am constantly coughing, coughing up green/ brown chunks of mucus, Congestion i 'am... "Read more negative discussions
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Theraflu and Azithromycin Tablets 250 mg
| Balvant P Pancholi
Can I take Theraflu with Azithromycin Tablets 250 mg?
carrie_1
January 25, 2016
I'm on130mg of methadone and Iv been taking daytime theraflu for my cold for to days is that okay because I freak out because I want take nothing with

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Facts about Theraflu

Alcohol warning on Theraflu
There may be a negative interaction between Theraflu and alcohol.
Ingredients
Multivitamins Therapeutic
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