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Drug Name: Ambenyl
Generic Name(s): Pseudoepinephrine
Drug Class: Enthanolamine
Treats: hay fever, common flu, allergies, bronchitis

Also referred to as Bromodiphenhydramine, Ambenyl is an antihistamine categorized in the ethanolamine class. These types of histamines produce marked sedation and have antimuscarinic activity in patients. It treats usual allergic symptoms as well as nausea, cough, vertigo associated with motion illness, and vomiting.

In addition, Ambenyl is used commonly in treatment of extrapyramidal symptoms induced by drugs as well as treating some cases of Parkinson’s disease. Instead of preventing histamine release, like drugs such as nedocromil and cromyl, Ambenyl takes a different action, combining with free histamines to bind at HA-receptor sites.

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Ambenyl Uses

Ambenyl is used in the treatment of a wide range of symptoms caused by breathing illnesses such as bronchitis and sinusitis, hay fever, allergies, flu, and common cold. It contains a narcotic called antitusive, a cough suppressant, which has effects on the brain, helping you reduce the urge to cough. With the correct dosage, it relieves:

  • Bronchitis
  • Allergies
  • Flu
  • Cold
  • Sneezing
  • Running nose
  • Itchy nose yes and throat
  • Watery eyes.

Note: being a cold and cough product, Ambenyl has not been proven to be effective or safe in children who are younger than 6. As a result, it is not recommended to children below that year. Consult with your pharmacist or doctor for advice and more details.

Ambenyl Dosage

Ambenyl should be taken as directed by the doctor or on the lable. Below are recommended dosages for adults:

  • 15 mg-175 mg-30 mg/5 mL oral liquid- 10 mL every 8 hours, with a maximum of 30mL per day.
  • 5 mg-200 mg-30 mg/5 mL oral liquid- 10 mL every 6 hours, with a maximum of 4 doses per day.
  • 15 mg-400 mg-60 mg oral tablet- 1 ablet every 4-6 hours, with a maximum of 4 tablets per day.
  • 30 mg-400 mg-60 mg oral tablet- 1 tablet every 6 hours, with a maximum of 4 tablets daily.

Note: For the tablets, do not break, chew or crush it; swallow as a whole. It is made to specifically release medicine in your body slowly, so breaking it will mean more drug is released at the same time. If you miss a dose, take it the moment you remember. If it is next to the next doe, then skip it and return to your normal schedule.

Ambenyl Side Effects

Like any other drug, Ambenyl may cause side effects. You should contact your doctor if you suffer any severe side effects. Below you will find a list of Ambenyl side effects. Note that not all possible side effects are listed here.

  • Dry mouth, throat or nose
  • Constipation, nausea, stomach upset
  • Blurred vision
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness

Note: If you experience any of these side effects but seem to persist, consult your doctor for medical check up.

Ambenyl Interactions

Like any other drug, Ambenyl may interact with other drugs and substances. You should consult with your doctor or medical professional before adding any new medication, including over the counter drugs. Below is a list of drugs that have been known to interact with Ambenyl. Note that this list does not include all possible drug interactions.

  • Anticholinergic s such as belladonna alkaloids and benztropine
  • Antihistamines such as diphenhydramine sprays, ointments and creams
  • MAO inhibitors such as Linezolid, isocarboxazid, methylene blue, phenelzine, moclobemide and rasagiline.
  • Narcotic antagonists such as naxalone and naltrexone.