Compare Robitussin DM vs. Brompheniramine
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Robitussin Dm (Guaifenesin / Dextromethorphan) is okay for loosening congestion in your chest and throat, but it could prevent you from coughing the mucus up. You have to take it more often than other guaifenesin products.
- Robitussin Dm (Guaifenesin / Dextromethorphan) is a combination medicine that relieves multiple cold symptoms. It's good to use if you have chest congestion and a cough.
- Helps loosen the mucus and phlegm that builds up and causes productive, wet coughs.
- Robitussin Dm (Guaifenesin / Dextromethorphan) isn’t useful if you have a dry cough without mucus or phlegm.
- The two medications in this product could potentially work against each other. Guaifenesin makes mucus easier to cough up, while dextromethorphan (the "DM" in Robitussin Dm (Guaifenesin / Dextromethorphan)) stops you from coughing.
- Needs to be taken more often during the day than other products with guaifenesin, like Mucinex.
- Can cause sleepiness, dizziness, and an upset stomach.
- Allergic rhinitis Anaphylaxis
- In addition to epinephrine or other standard measures; Adjunct Urticaria Urticarial transfusion reaction Vasomotor rhinitis
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- Nausea and vomiting
- Serotonin syndrome
- Using other medications that affect serotonin
- Cough warning