A cough when accompanied by cold, sore throat, etc. is called a multi-symptom cough.
A multi-symptom cough may be caused by an infection in the upper respiratory tract or an allergy. Other causes may include common cold or flu.
Cough accompanied by runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, watery eyes etc.
Multi-Symptom cough treatment includes treatment for multiple symptoms that accompany cough such as cold & sore throat. There are multi-ingredient formulations available at the chemist stores or pharmacies for treating multi-symptom cough.
Benadryl® has a specific variant for multi-symptom relief - Benadryl® Cough Formula.
Q: What is Multi-Symptom Cough?
A: A Cough accompanied by cold, sore throat, etc. is called a multi-symptom cough.
Q: What are expectorants?
A: Cough expectorants such as Guaiphenesin, loosen the mucus in the respiratory tract, and can be used for coughs that produce mucus (productive coughs).
Q: What is Diphenhydramine?
A: Diphenhydramine is an Antihistamine that is used to relieve red, irritated, itchy, watery eyes; sneezing; and runny nose caused by hay fever, allergies, or the common cold. Diphenhydramine is also used to relieve cough caused by minor throat or airway irritation.
Q: How much does of Benadryl® Cough Formula should one take?
A: Benadryl® Cough Formula pack contains dosage instructions and guidelines. You may find the dosage instructions here-Benadryl® Cough Formula.
Q: Can Benadryl® Cough Formula be taken with other medications?
A: If you are taking any other medications or have any medical condition, you should consult your physician before using Benadryl® Cough Formula.
Q: Where can I obtain ingredient information for Benadryl® Cough Formula?
A: Ingredient information can be found on this link-Benadryl® Cough Formula.
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