User Reviews for Sudafed 24-Hour
Sudafed 24-Hour has an average rating of 5.0 out of 10 from a total of 6 ratings on Drugs.com. 33% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 33% reported a negative experience.
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For Nasal Congestion "I have taken Sudafed (pseudoephedrine) for many years, and have found it to be the only OTC medicine that really dries up nasal congestion. Nowadays, "Sudafed," the brand name, is being sold with other ingredients, because pseudoephedrine can be used for illegal purposes in drug manufacture. When buying it at the pharmacy counter, one must show ID, so their name can be entered on a registry; a person can't buy frequent or large quantities of the medication. But if you get the real thing, it really works."
For Nasal Congestion "After taking one dose of the Sudafed 24 it started to help me but it only lasted 8 hours. So I waited a full 24 hours before I took a second dose and it made me feel jittery and my heart was racing. Tried to eat and drink something but it didn%u2019t help. "
For Nasal Congestion "I took this at 4 pm and I was awake the whole night tossing and turning in bed. Here I am and I've been awake for 27 hours now. All day my resting heart rate was fluctuating between 85-109 BPM. This is while laying down. My eyes have been wide open like I smoked crack. This is horrible..."
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For Nasal Congestion "Worked for me, recommend for everyone."
For Nasal Congestion "This is supposed to last 24 hours but it didn't for me, I got 9 hours of relief. I like the original little red pills that lasted 4 to 6 hours. "
For Nasal Congestion "It doesnt last 24 hours. You'll get maybe 8 hours if you're lucky. I wouldn't recommend this at all. Stick with the 4-6 hour dosage of the little red pills or you'll unnecessary suffer."
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