Compare Brotapp vs. Advil Cold And Sinus

Head-to-head comparisons of medication uses, side effects, ratings, and more.

Relieves congestion and allergy symptoms.

Brotapp (Pseudoephedrine / Brompheniramine) is okay for treating congestion, but it could make you really tired or keep you wide awake.

Relieves sinus pain and congestion.

Advil Cold And Sinus (Ibuprofen / Pseudoephedrine) is a good combination medicine to relieve pain and congestion, but it's more medicine than you need if you only have one symptom.

3.6/ 5 average rating with 1464 reviewsforAdvil Cold And Sinus
Upsides
  • Brotapp (Pseudoephedrine / Brompheniramine) is a combination medicine that relieves cold and allergy symptoms. It's good to use if you have congestion, watery eyes, and sneezing.
  • Pseudoephedrine (a decongestant) clears nose congestion to help you breathe better.
  • Brompheniramine (an antihistamine) helps relieve itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing.
  • Advil Cold And Sinus (Ibuprofen / Pseudoephedrine) is a combination medicine that relieves cold symptoms. It's good to use if you have congestion, sore throat, headache, or fever.
  • Ibuprofen (a pain reliever) is more effective than acetaminophen at lowering fever and relieving sinus pain.
  • Pseudoephedrine (a decongestant) clears nose congestion to help you breathe better.
Downsides
  • If you don't need both of the medications in this combination, you'd be taking extra medicine and can have extra side effects for no reason.
  • Pseudoephedrine (the decongestant) can make your heart race or make you feel anxious and restless.
  • Brompheniramine (the antihistamine) can make you dizzy and drowsy. It could increase the risk of falls for elderly people.
  • The two ingredients in this medication can make you either really tired or keep you wide awake. See how it affects you before doing anything important.
  • If you don't need both of the medications in this combination, you'd be taking extra medicine and can have extra side effects for no reason.
  • The pain reliever (ibuprofen) can interact with other medications and make health problems like stomach bleeding and ulcers worse.
  • It's not safe to take ibuprofen if you're pregnant since it increases the risk of heart defects in babies.
  • Pseudoephedrine, the decongestant in Advil Cold And Sinus (Ibuprofen / Pseudoephedrine), can make your heart race or make you feel anxious and restless.
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75%
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34%
saiditworked well
6%
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Side effects
The Brotapp (Pseudoephedrine / Brompheniramine) FDA package insert doesn’t have numbers about how common side effects are.
The Advil Cold And Sinus (Ibuprofen / Pseudoephedrine) FDA package insert doesn’t have numbers about how common side effects are.
Risks and risk factors
  • Driving impairment
    • Taking with alcohol
    • Taking other medicines that make you drowsy or less alert
  • Harm to fetus
    • Women of childbearing age
  • High blood pressure
    • History of high blood pressure
    • Taking MAO inhibitors
  • Antihistamine side effects
    • Age 65 years or older
    • Glaucoma
    • Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)
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  • Stomach bleeding
    • History of stomach bleeding or ulcers
    • Age 60 years or older
    • Taking aspirin, NSAIDs, or blood thinners
    • Drinking more than 3 alcoholic beverages a day
  • Harm to fetus
    • Women of childbearing age
  • High blood pressure
    • History of high blood pressure
  • Lower kidney function
    • Kidney disease
    • Heart failure
    • Liver disease
    • Taking high blood pressure medications
    • Age 65 years or older
  • Heart attack or stroke
    • History of heart problems
    • Age 65 years or older
    • Taking with aspirin
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