Dextromethorphan is an ingredient in some cough medicines for dry coughs, perfect for those with a tickly cough that just won’t shift.
If you’re stuck with a cough that’s annoying you, your partner, your kids, your colleagues, and everyone else around you, then dextromethorphan cough syrup can help to keep that cough under control.
It helps to keep you from coughing as much, helping to reduce the irritation to your throat while making your cough less irritating to yourself and the people you spend every day with!
It’s perfect for when you have a cold or the flu, and is included in popular cough syrups from brands like Benylin, Covonia, and Night Nurse.
Dextromethorphan works as a cough suppressant, which means it helps to keep you from coughing when you’ve got a dry or tickly cough.
It raises the amount of irritation your throat can experience before needing you to cough.
This effectively reduces the amount of coughing you’ll do throughout the day, which gives your irritated throat some much needed time to heal from the original cause of your cough.
This is perfect for those who have a cold or the flu, or have inhaled dust or something else that irritates their airways and makes them cough.
Speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking dextromethorphan if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.
This medication may not be suitable for you at this time, so do not take it unless specifically advised to do so by a medical professional.
You don’t need a prescription to buy dextromethorphan, but it is a medicine that can only be sold by registered pharmacists.
This means that you’ll have to answer some simple questions about yourself and your symptoms before you can buy this product, and this is the same if you buy from local pharmacies or online pharmacies like Chemist4U.
Dextromethorphan is not suitable for children under the age of 12.
If your child has a dry cough and you need a remedy that’s right for them, ask your doctor or pharmacist for a recommendation.
You’ll usually be safe to drive after taking products that contain dextromethorphan, but it can sometimes make you feel sleepy, dizzy, or drowsy.
If this happens to you, do not attempt to drive or operate tools or machinery until you’re absolutely sure that it’s safe for you to do so.
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