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

Question is Closed Report Mark as Favorite

Answers (1)

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.

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

What is in hydromet cough syrup?

It is a cough syrup with some kind of narcotic in it

1 answer 12 Jan 2011

I just started with symbacor inhaler used once can I take hydromet syrup with this med?

getting over a chest cold still having a cough some mucus

1 answer 16 Jan 2011

I have an un-opened bottle of hydromet cough syrup from 2010, can I still take it?

I have a horrible cough, my throat is itchy and hoarse and im losing my voice. I found an un-opened bottle of hydromet cough syrup from march 13, ...

1 answer 22 Jan 2012

Could Hydromet Syrup cause hot flashes when patient has taken it for close to 20 years?

It's use is to treat a severe chronic cough from an undetermined cause. Patient will periodically take 1-3 more doses a day to control the ...

1 answer 6 Jan 2014