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Chlorcyclizine

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain chlorcyclizine.

Medications containing chlorcyclizine:

chlorcyclizine systemic

Brand names: Ahist
Drug class(es): antihistamines
Chlorcyclizine systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing chlorcyclizine:

chlophedianol/chlorcyclizine systemic

Brand names: Biclora
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlophedianol/chlorcyclizine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlophedianol/chlorcyclizine/pseudoephedrine systemic

Brand names: Biclora-D
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlophedianol/chlorcyclizine/pseudoephedrine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlorcyclizine/codeine systemic

Brand names: Notuss-NX, Poly-Tussin
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlorcyclizine/codeine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlorcyclizine/codeine/phenylephrine systemic

Brand names: Nasotuss
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations

chlorcyclizine/codeine/pseudoephedrine systemic

Brand names: Poly-Tussin D, Notuss-NXD, Statuss Green
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlorcyclizine/codeine/pseudoephedrine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlorcyclizine/hydrocortisone topical

Brand names: Mantadil
Drug class(es): miscellaneous topical agents, topical steroids

chlorcyclizine/phenylephrine systemic

Brand names: Dallergy, Dallergy Syrup
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlorcyclizine/phenylephrine systemic is used in the treatment of:

chlorcyclizine/pseudoephedrine systemic

Brand names: Stahist AD, NasOpen
Drug class(es): upper respiratory combinations
Chlorcyclizine/pseudoephedrine systemic is used in the treatment of:

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