User Reviews for Pseudoephedrine / triprolidine
Also known as: A-Phedrin, Actacin, Actagen, Actedril, Actifed, Allercon, Allerfrim, Allerfrin, Allerphed, Altafed, Aphedrid, Aprodine, Atridine, Atrofed, Atrogen, ...show all 39 brand names
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Reviews for Pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
For Cold Symptoms: "This product dried up my sinus very well however, made me extremely drowsy so all I wanted to do was sleep. Experienced dizziness as well. Would suggest night time use but not during the day. I couldn't drive or work in this condition."
blnbom February 28, 2015
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Actifed (pseudoephedrine / triprolidine) for Cold Symptoms: "This is my absolute favourite for colds with runny and partially blocked nose, itchy and watery eyes and sneezing. This antihistamine does make me drowsy a tiny bit but I can go to work as normal and don't really see any difference. I tried combining some other antihistamines and phenylephrine but I keep going back to good old Actifed. The only downside - it really makes my mouth and throat dry, so I guess I might try taking half of the tablet instead."
Minariko February 9, 2012
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For Hay Fever: "I have used for my multiple allergies and asthma pseudoephedrine and tripolidine since 1972. I have experienced on occasions prostate swelling, minor sleepiness, etc; however, its benefits far outweight its side effects. For several years I have used one 60mg/30mg tablet a day and it has managed my classic rhinitis. The combination pseudoephedrine-tripolidine has proven superior to all other combinations (I have tried them all) across the years. Now, it appears the med is drying up (pardon the pun), possibly from the meth freaks misuse and now we must all suffer for their predatorial rechemicalizations."
Meticularius December 21, 2009
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Actifed (pseudoephedrine / triprolidine) for Cold Symptoms: "When used for colds, Actifed works well for drying up post nasal drip that causes near constant coughing, especially at night. It does cause drowsiness but not a problem for night time use. I can get a nearly full night of rest. However, with subsequent use on following nights, Actifed's effectiveness lasts only half as long."
LLarson100 October 20, 2009
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Actifed (pseudoephedrine / triprolidine) for Hay Fever: "This is the very best drug I've found for frequent attacks of runny nose and sneezing. As an antihistamine, it's very fast acting. It can be scored in half or used whole."
Anonymous January 20, 2009
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