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Drug Name: Exetuss
Generic Name(s): guaifenesin, hydrocodone, and phenylephrine
Drug Class: nasal decongestants
Treats: stuffy nose, cough, and sinus congestion

Exetuss is a combination medication (guaifenesin, hydrocodone, and phenylephrine) used to treat stuffy nose, cough, and sinus congestion triggered by common cold or allergies. Exetuss will not cure a cough caused by asthma, smoking, or emphysema. Note that there are several brands and types of Exetuss available

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Exetuss Uses

Exetuss is  a combination (guaifenesin, hydrocodone, and phenylephrine) medication used to treat the following conditions;

As an expectorant, Guaifenesin helps loosen blockage in the throat and chest, making it much easier to cough through the mouth. Phenylephrine works as a decongestant that shrinks blood vessels inside the nasal pathways. Dilated blood vessels may trigger nasal congestion. Phenylephrine works to treat sinus congestion and stuffy nose and to lower chest congestion triggered by the flu or common cold.

This drug should not be used on children below the age of 12 years. This drug is also used for conditions not highlighted in this  guide.

  • Coughs,
  • Chest infections,
  • Stuffy nose
  • Other irritations

Exetuss Dosage

Use  Exetuss exactly as instructed on the drug label, or as recommended by your physician. Do not use Exetuss in smaller or larger doses or for longer than advised. This medicine is generally given only for a brief time until the symptoms clear up. Call the doctor if the symptoms do not change after seven days of treatment, or if you"ve a fever with a cough, headache, or skin rash.

Standard dose

  • Exetuss (phenylephrine 8.5 mg-guaifenesin 550 mg): 1 tablet by mouth every 6-8 hours, not to surpass 4 tablets per day

Exetuss Side Effects

Exetuss, like other drugs, may have side effects. However,many people taking this drug  experience  minor or no side effects. Get emergency medical assistance if you"ve any of these symptoms of an allergic attack:

  • difficult breathing;
  • hives;
  • swelling of the lips, face, throat or tongue.

Stop using Exetuss and call the doctor at once if you`ve:

  • serious dizziness or tiredness;
  • shallow  or weak  breathing;
  • pounding heartbeats/fluttering in the chest;
  • severe nervousness  or restlessness;
  • severe constipation;
  • difficult or painful  urination; 

Regular  side-effects may include:

  • mild drowsiness;
  • dryness of the nose, eyes, and mouth;
  • blurred vision; or
  • nausea, diarrhea ,vomiting, constipation.

If you encounter other side effects not mentioned here, alert your doctor right away

Exetuss Interactions

Do not use Exetuss if you have utilized an MAO inhibitor during the past fourteen days. A fatal drug interaction may arise. MAO inhibitors include

  • linezolid,
  • phenelzine,
  •  isocarboxazid,
  • selegiline,
  • methylene blue injection,
  •  rasagiline,
  • tranylcypromine.

 Stay away from ExeTuss  if you"re allergic to hydrocodone ,guaifenesin, , or phenylephrine.

To make sure ExeTuss is safe for you, alert the doctor if you"ve:

  • high blood pressure
  • heart disease
  • chronic obstructive pulmonary condition
  • thyroid disorder;
  • asthma,
  • diabetes;
  • cough with mucus/cough brought by emphysema or serious bronchitis;
  • urination problem or enlarged prostate or
  • obstruction in your intestines.