my child will be four years old 12 6 2010,and was giving brovex psb liq. on 11-05-10,plusamox-clav 400mg/5ml .when i give her the dose of brovex-1/2 tea.2x a day and the amox-clav.she starts acting funny,gets real jittery it's like she on speed.should she be like this?
Pseudoephedrine is an ingredient in Brovex PSE. It is a nasal decongestant and also a CNS stimulant. It could be responsible for the way your daughter is acting. Restlessness and excitability, especially in children, are common side effects of pseudoephedrine.
Why not try just the plain Brovex and see how she reacts. If all is fine then you can put it down to the pseudoephedrine. If her nose is still a little runny / blocked you could try a topical nasal decongestant.
Talk to your pharmacist for more advice.
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