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Chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings

Chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan is also known as: Coricidin HBP Cough & Cold, Dimetapp Children's Long Acting Cough Plus Cold, Effective Strength Cough Syrup, Primatuss 4, QC Cough/Cold, Robitussin Children's Cough & Cold Long-Acting, Robitussin Cough & Cold Long-Acting, Scot-Tussin DM, Triaminic Softchews Cough & Runny Nose, Tricodene SF, Tricodene Sugar Free, Vicks Children's Nyquil, Vicks Pediatric Formula 44m Cough & Cold Relief


If you become pregnant while taking Chlorpheniramine/Dextromethorphan, discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks of using Chlorpheniramine/Dextromethorphan during pregnancy. It is unknown if Chlorpheniramine/Dextromethorphan is excreted in breast milk. Do not breast-feed while taking Chlorpheniramine/Dextromethorphan.

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