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Pseudoephedrine Tablets and Syrups

Pseudoephedrine Tablets and Syrups

Pseudoephedrine Decongestants

Pseudoephedrine, also known as pseudoephedrine hydrochloride, is a decongestant that helps to clear your nose and sinuses when you’ve got a cold or a stuffy nose.

If you’re suffering with a blocked nose that’s driving you crazy then pseudoephedrine tablets or syrups can help you to breathe more easily.

Pseudoephedrine can be found in cold medicines and decongestants from Sudafed, Benylin, Day Nurse and more.

Pseudoephedrine hydrochloride can work on its own to ease your sinuses, or might be included with other active ingredients which work to ease other cold and flu symptoms, like pholcodine, which is a cough suppressant, and the popular pain relief medication paracetamol.

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What’s the usual dosage of pseudoephedrine?

What’s the usual dosage of pseudoephedrine?

 

The usual adult dosage of pseudoephedrine, whether this is in tablets or syrup, is 60mg every four hours as required.

 

This can be different with each medication, for example, Sudafed decongestant tablets contain 60mg of pseudoephedrine hydrochloride in every tablet so you’ll only need to take one every 4 hours.

 

On the other hand, Day Nurse capsules contain 30mg of pseudoephedrine in each capsule, so you’ll need to take two every 4 hours.

 

Always read the patient information leaflet that comes with your medicine carefully, as this will let you know how much of your medicine you’ll need to take.

 

If you’re ever unsure about how much medicine you should be taking or whether the usual dosage is right for you, speak to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

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