T Minic Actikof Syrup contains a combination of Chlorpheniramine and Phenylephrine. Chlorpheniramine is an antiallergic and Phenylephrine is a decongestant. T Minic Actikof Syrup is used for temporary relief in common cold and allergic rhinitis. It helps in improving symptoms like runny and stuffed nose, sneezing and throat irritation. This medicine should not be used in patients with heart-related problems. You should take this medicine as advised by your doctor for maximum benefits and avoid using it for a prolonged duration when not required....
Q: For how long do I need to take this medicine?
A: Take T Minic Actikof Syrup as per the prescribed dosage duration by your doctor as this medicine can cause dizziness or sleepiness. So do not give this medicine to induce sleep to the children.
Q: Any precautions do I need to take while taking T Minic Actikof Syrup?
A: Do not consume alcohol or any other cough medicines along with T Minic Actikof Syrup. It can lead to excessive dizziness or sleepiness. Caution is recommended while driving or operating machinery.
Q: Can I take T Minic Actikof Syrup, if I have high blood pressure?
A: T Minic Actikof Syrup is not recommended for patients having high blood pressure as it can increase your blood pressure abruptly and can also reduce the effectiveness of high blood pressure medicines.
Q: Can I give T Minic Actikof Syrup to my 2 months old baby?
A: No, T Minic Actikof Syrup should not be used in children below 6 months of age. Also, you should always consult a child specialist before giving any medicine to your baby as their organs are very delicate and sensitive.
Q: What is the use of T Minic Actikof Syrup?
A: T Minic Actikof Syrup is used for relieving common cold and allergic rhinitis with the symptoms of throat pain, sneezing, runny or stuffed nose.
Q: Can I give T Minic Actikof Syrup to my 2 year old baby for fever?
A: T Minic Actikof Syrup should not be used to treat fever. It helps in relieving symptoms of common cold without fever. Always consult your doctor before giving any medicine to your child.