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Drug Class: Analgesic
Treats: Headaches, fever, body aches, runny nose, sneezing, itching, watery eyes, sinus congestion
Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine is a combination of three drugs that is: Apap, Diphenhydramine and Phenylephrine. Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine combination is used to treat headaches, fever, body aches, runny nose, sneezing, itching, watery eyes and sinus congestion as a result of allergies, a cold or flu.
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Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine combination is used to treat headaches, fever, body aches, runny nose, sneezing, itching, watery eyes and sinus congestion as a result of allergies, a cold or flu.
Apap is used to relieve pain and reduce fever. Diphenhydramine is classified as an antihistamine thus it reduces the effect of histamine in the body. Histamine is known to escalate symptoms such as sneezing, itching and watery eyes. Phenylephrine acts as a decongestant that can shrink blood vessels in the airways. These actions are then able to lessen the effects of an allergy.
- Body aches
- Runny nose
- Watery eyes
- Sinus congestion
Take Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine as indicated. Swallow the tablets whole avoid the temptation to chew or crush the tablets. You can opt to take the medicine before or after meals. The usual dose is provided below.
- The typical adult dose is two tablets taken orally every four hours. However, you should not exceed 12 tablets day. The drug usually has Apap 325mg, Diphenhydramine 25mg and Phenylephrine 5mg.
- The usual dose is 30ml taken orally every four hours. The maximum dose is 180ml each day.
12years and above
- The typical dose is two tablets taken orally every four hours. This should not exceed 12 tablets daily.
6years to 11 years
- The most common dose is one tablet every four hours and should not exceed 12 tablets a day.
Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine Side Effects
Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine like any other medicine may cause side effects. Mild effects should end with time and may not require medical attention. Report any adverse reaction to your doctor so as to be monitored. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine:
- Chest pain
- Rapid pulse
- Easy bruising
- Urinating less than usual
- Blurred vision
- Dry mouth
Some drugs are likely to interact with Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine. Interactions are known to increase the likelihood of side effects. You should consult a health-care for specific guidance if you are taking any prescription or non-prescription drugs. The following medicines may interact with Apap/Diphenhydramine/Phenylephrine: