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Description

Guaiphenesin Tablets – Cervpure-Tablet is a member of the expectorant drug class, which is generally used to treat coughs that produce mucus. The vast breathing passages can be cleaned of fluids, irritants, foreign objects, and bacteria with a swift evacuation of air. Coughs come in two flavours: dry cough and chesty cough (wet cough). A chesty cough (wet cough) means mucous or sputum is generated to help clear your airways, but a dry cough is tickly and doesn’t produce any nasty or thick mucus. Guaifenesin is mostly used to treat wet cough.

Guaifenesin is the active ingredient in the tablet. It acts by thinning the mucus in the airways, which facilitates coughing up the mucus and opening the airways. It is preferable to take the medication in the proper dosage after meals for the full duration that your doctor has advised. Before beginning your therapy with this medication, be sure to speak with your doctor.

Uses of Guaiphenesin Tablets

Guaiphenesin Tablets aid in loosening thick mucus to facilitate coughing up. Air may enter and exit more easily as a result. It will ease symptoms like chest tightness, breathlessness, wheezing, and coughing and make it easier for you to go about your everyday activities. This drug is both secure and efficient. The effects often begin to take effect within a few minutes and can linger for up to several hours. Take it exactly as directed by the doctor. If your doctor has not instructed you to stop using it, do not. By using this medication, you can live more comfortably and worry less about the triggers of your symptoms.

Guaiphenesin Tablets Side Effects

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Stomach pain
  • Diarrhoea
  • Dizziness

Precautions

Please let your doctor know if you are allergic to guaifenesin or any other medications. Children under the age of two should not use guaifenesin because its safety and efficacy have not been shown. It is important to let your doctor know if you are expecting or nursing before using guaifenesin. Please let your doctor know if you are taking Guaifenesin or if you are scheduled to have any type of surgery that calls for anaesthesia.

While using Guaifenesin, drink plenty of fluids to help with mucus clearance. Before taking Guaifenesin, let your doctor know if you have diabetes, asthma, an overactive thyroid, porphyria, phenylketonuria (a congenital abnormality that results in a buildup of the amino acid phenylalanine in the body), kidney, liver, or cardiac issues.

Due to its opposing effects, guaifenesin is not advised for usage in patients taking cough suppressants. Combining these medications may have serious negative consequences and deteriorate the patient’s condition. Some patients who take guaifenesin may experience dizziness. If you suffer dizziness while receiving therapy with this medication, it is advised that you refrain from engaging in any activities, such as operating machinery or a car.

If you smoke, have or have ever had a cough that produces a lot of phlegm (mucus), or if you currently have or have ever had a lung condition like asthma, emphysema, or chronic bronchitis, let your doctor know. Inform your doctor if you have kidney illness or a low magnesium diet if you are taking the dissolving granules.

Dosage and Storage

You should take guaiphenesin tablets as prescribed by your doctor. With a glass of water, swallow it whole. Guaifenesin must not be chewed, crushed, or broken. Keep the pills out of the reach of children, and keep them out of direct sunlight. Keep it in a dry, cool environment.

Frequently Asked Question

Can Guaiphenesin Tablets cause dizziness?

Guaifenesin can make you feel lightheaded or sleepy. This side effect might not necessarily happen to everyone using guaifenesin. If you feel groggy or faint after taking guaifenesin, do not drive or perform any other potentially dangerous duties.

For how long can I take Guaiphenesin Tablets?

As long as your doctor has prescribed Guaifenesin, you should continue taking it. However, after using Guaifenesin for a week, please see your doctor if the symptoms worsen or continue, including rash, fever, or a recurring headache.

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