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  • This makes me feel kind of gross somehow, speedy and clear-nosed and clear-minded, but artificial. Something that works well in a pinch if I need to present myself well. But sleeping the cold off is better.
    Age: 31
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Nasal congestion
    Duration taken: Less than a week
  • The 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.
    Age: 30
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Seasonal allergies
  • take it in the morning or as early as you can so it wont keep you up as late :)
    Age: 15
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Nasal congestion
  • I 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?
    Age: 64
    Duration taken: Less than a week
  • I 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.
    Age: 18
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Seasonal allergies
    Duration taken: Less than a week
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