Sudafed
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(Pseudoephedrine)

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82%
saidit'sworth it
45%
saiditworked well
6%
saidit'sa big hassle
  • Reviewed Sudafedon 7/20/2015I was awake for 42 hours straight and had hallucinations of ants crawling on my skin. It did clear up my nose, but it did so by dehydrating me completely. Be careful.
    18
    Woman
    Less than a week
    Seasonal allergies
  • Reviewed SudafedI took only one X4 hour tablet. After about four hours, my short-term memory declined greatly, and this lasted for at least six hours. I have mild Gilberts Syndrome. Maybe Sudafed conflicts with it?
    64
    Less than a week
  • Reviewed Sudafedon 11/1/2016The best medication I've found to treat symptoms that are already present. It can cause a little bit of jitters like too much coffee, so I only use it on really bad allergy days when a once a day doesn't quite hold up.
    30
    Man
    Seasonal allergies
  • Reviewed Sudafedon 2/10/2017Such a great relief for those pressure headaches and "too much pollen in the air" days.
    27
    Man
    Nasal congestion
  • Reviewed Sudafedon 3/2/2017Not sure if it was more cold related but the inside of my nose got extremely dry.
    25
    Woman
    Less than a week
    Nasal congestion
  • Reviewed Sudafedon 4/24/2017A few days after starting Sudafed DM I noticed a slowing down of my heretofore regular bowel movements. I didn't attach the problem to my taking Sudafed and assumed I wasn't drinking enough water. I increased my water and liquids, but the condition continued to worsen. After 4-5 days with no BM I began thinking about what in my diet and meds had changed. The only thing that had changed was taking Sudafed. I immediately stopped. Things improved.
    74
    Woman
    Nasal congestion
  • Reviewed Pseudoephedrineon 10/6/2017I split a tablet--it gives me some relief and makes me not so jittery though doesn't do as well as full dose. I note also, that this drug helps clear my lungs--I have recurring coughing from the post nasal drip that is breathed into my lungs. The decongestant helps with that better than Metamucil. The drug has become illegal to purchase in some states without a doctor's prescription, which hurts people like me who have no medical insurance and can't afford doctor regularly.
    60
    Woman
    Just as needed
    Year-round allergies