Protussa Cough syrup contains chlorpheniramine and dextromethorphan. Chlorpheniramine is an antiallergic medicine, dextromethorphan is a cough suppressant. Protussa Cough syrup is used to relieve cough due to throat irritation, sneezing and running nose. You must avoid taking the syrup along with medicines used to treat the psychiatric illness, as it may worsen the condition....
Q: Can I use Protussa Cough syrup along with other medicines for psychiatric illness?
A: No, you must not use Protussa Cough syrup if you are taking medicines for mental illness.
Q: Can Protussa Cough syrup be used in children?
A: Protussa Cough syrup must not be used in children below 2 years of age. Refrain from medicines for the children without consulting a child specialist.
Q: How long does it take for Protussa Cough syrup to show its action?
A: It can start showing its action after 2 hours of consumption. It varies among individuals depending on their physiological nature.
Q: Can I take Protussa Cough syrup if I have an eye problem?
A: Protussa Cough syrup contains Chlorpheniramine, which increases the pressure in the eye and thus decreases the effectiveness of glaucoma medicines. Talk to the doctor about the eye problem before using the syrup.