What is the difference between promethazine syrup and homatropine syrup?

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20 Jul 2009

Homatropine is an anti-muscarinic and is used in a syrup usually along with hydrocodone for temporary relief of cough.

Promethazine is an anti-histamine and can be used to treat a wide range of conditions such as allergy/hayfever, urticaria (itches), emergency allergic reactions, motion sickness and as a premedication.

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