If I'm allergic to Atropine would I be allergic to Hydromet syrup?

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25 Aug 2009

Sorry, I could not find a specific answer to your question. When it comes to drug allergies (or any allergies) it is sometimes easier to go by the rule - if in doubt, don't. There are many other cough syrups without an anticholinergic ingredient such as homatropine.

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