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Drug Name: Bromanyl
Generic Name(s): brompheniramine/codeine
Drug Class: Upper respiratory combinations
Treats: Cold Symptoms

Bromanyl is a combination of a narcotic cough suppressant, codeine and antihistamine, brompheniramine. It relieves the runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing and cough caused by the colds, upper respiratory infections, and allergies. It is available in generic form as  Brompheniramine/Codeine  and belongs to the drug group Upper respiratory combinations.

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Bromanyl Uses

Bromanyl combination product treats the symptoms caused by the common cold, flu, allergies, hay fever, or some other breathing illnesses such as sinusitis and bronchitis. Bromanyl relieves: runny nose

  • watery eyes
  •  sneezing and cough caused by the colds
  •  upper respiratory infections
  • allergies.

Bromanyl has a narcotic cough suppressant, the codeine that works in your brain to aid in decreasing the cough reflex, thereby reducing a dry cough. Bromanyl also has the antihistamine that acts by blocking the activity of the histamine. The action helps in reducing the symptoms, such as watery eyes, runny nose, itchy eyes/nose/throat and sneezing.

Bromanyl Dosage

Below is the basic dosage that is used by most healthcare providers to give Bromanyl to their patients. However, depending on your condition and medical history, a physician might prescribe a different regimen. You should not change your dosage, stop, or start taking your medication without consulting your health provider. The necessary Bromanyl dosage is as follow:

  • Each teaspoonful contains 5 ml of 2mg brompheniramine and 10 mg codeine combination
  • Adults: Take 5-10 ml after every 4-6 hours. 
  • Children 6-11 Years: Take 5 ml after every 4-6 hours
  • The maximum daily dose is 30 ml

Bromanyl Side Effects

Like any other medication, Bromanyl has been linked with several side effects, both common and rare. It is advisable that you immediately seek medical attention once you experience side effects of this medication.

The common side effects are:

  • Constipation; diarrhea;
  • dizziness; drowsiness;
  • dry mouth, nose, or throat;
  • excitability; headache;
  • loss of appetite; nausea;
  • thickening of mucus secretions;
  • Upset stomach or vomiting

 Bromanyl severe side effects include:

  • rash, hives, fever, chills,
  • itching, difficulty breathing;
  • tight chest, swelling mouth or tongue
  • confusion; difficulty urinating
  • inability to urinate, or irregular heartbeat;
  • persistent sore throat;
  • hallucinations, anxiety, nervousness
  • paleness, trouble sleeping
  • restlessness seizures, persistent dizziness

Bromanyl Interactions

There are possible drug interactions with Bromanyl and you should not start, stop, or change the dosage prescribed by your doctor without consulting them. Some of the medications that can cause severe interactions with Bromanyl include:

  • acetaminophen / propoxyphene, acetaminophen / tramadol
  • alvimopan, Aplenzin (bupropion), aspirin / caffeine / propoxyphene
  • Atrosept (hyoscyamine / methenamine / methylene blue / phenyl salicylate)
  • Balacet (acetaminophen / propoxyphene), Budeprion (bupropion)
  • bisacodyl / polyethylene glycol 3350 / potassium chloride / sodium bicarbonate / sodium chloride
  •  Cena K (potassium chloride),  citric acid/potassium citrate