User Reviews for Acetaminophen/chlorpheniramine/dextromethorphan/pseudoephedrine
Also known as: Tylenol Cold, Comtrex Day and Night, Cough Formula M Multi-Symptom, Comtrex Cold and Flu Maximum Strength Tablet, Comtrex Cold and Flu Maximum Strength Liquid, Genacol Maximum Strength, Childrens Tylenol Cold Plus Cough, Contac Cold and Flu Maximum Strength, Allpanto-S, Co-Apap, Theracaps Multi-Symptom Cough & Cold Reliever Alka-Seltzer Plus-D Multi-Symptom Sinus & Cold Liquid Gels Triaminic Flu, Cough & Fever
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Tylenol Cold (acetaminophen / chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan / pseudoephedrine) for Cold Symptoms: “After two days of taking Tylenol Day and Tylenol Night my nose is in constant run. In the old days, when Drixoral was available usually, one pill would would eliminate cold symptoms for 12 hours.”
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- Drug class: upper respiratory combinations
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