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Numark Mucus Cough And Cold Relief All-in-One Tablets 16

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What are Mucus Cough & Cold Relief All-in-One Tablets??

Mucus cough and cold relief is taken to relieve typical symptoms associated with the common cold and flu, including headache, blocked nose, sore throat and chesty cough. This pack contains 16 capsule shaped tablets.

Active ingredients: Paracetamol (250mg), guaifenesin (100mg) and phenylephrine hydrocloride (5mg).

Numark Mucus Cough And Cold Relief All-in-One Tablets 16

£2.99

What are Mucus Cough & Cold Relief All-in-One Tablets??

Mucus cough and cold relief is taken to relieve typical symptoms associated with the common cold and flu, including headache, blocked nose, sore throat and chesty cough. This pack contains 16 capsule shaped tablets.

Active ingredients: Paracetamol (250mg), guaifenesin (100mg) and phenylephrine hydrocloride (5mg).


How should mucus cough and cold relief be taken?

The tablets should be swallowed whole with water. Do not chew the tablets.

Recommended dosage for adults and children over the age of 12, is 2 tablets every 4 hours. Do not exceed 8 tablets in any 24 hour period.


When should mucus cough and cold relief be taken?

Mucus cough and cold relief is taken to relieve symptoms developed by the common cold and flu. The active ingredients in mucus cough and cold relief works to reduce fever and aches, loosen phlegm and reduce swelling in the passage of the nose to aid breathing.


When should mucus cough and cold relief not be taken?

There are certain conditions that make this medicine unsuitable for use. Do not take mucus could and cough relief if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet. IT is also important you don’t take this medicine if you; have a serious heart condition, have high blood pressure, have diabetes, an overactive thyroid or glaucoma, have difficulty passing urine or are taking antidepressants (MAOI’s), beta-blocking drugs, other decongestants drugs or other cough suppressants.


Do I need a prescription to order mucus cough and cold relief?

No, you don’t need a prescription to order this medicine.


Can I take mucus cough and cold relief if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

It may not be suitable to take mucus cough and cold relief if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your pharmacist or GP before using this medicine.


Can I drink alcohol when I’m taking mucus cough and cold relief?

No. It is recommended that you don’t drink alcohol while taking this medicine as it contains paracetamol.


Warnings:

Do not give to children under the age of 12.

Too much paracetamol can cause delayed, serious liver damage. Contact your GP or a medical professional immediately if you believe you may have taken too much.


Always read the information leaflet before use.


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Having a cough is never a good thing. A cough can often lead to other problems, such as a sore throat. Dealing with a cough can be difficult when there are different types of a cough and knowing which one you are suffering from can make all the difference when it comes to treating it.

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