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Mucinex has active ingredients of guaifenesin. It is often used in cough. (latest outcomes from Mucinex 9,449 users)
Spasmodic croup (a bark-like cough and stridor tend to occur suddenly) has been reported by people with bacterial gastroenteritis, rashes, abdominal pain, back pain - low, diarrhea (latest reports from 265 Spasmodic croup patients).
On Sep, 25, 2016
No report is found.
I have had a total of 4 doses of Mucinex due to a bad cold and cough. I started having an issue swallowing which really concerned me. Took a drink of water to make sure my throat wasn't closing up and was ok.. But after taking my last dose (every 4 hour dose) and started having trouble ...
i just came across this group looking for information as I have been diagnosed with ABPA AND BRONCHIECTASES and wonder if it's safe to take mucinex to help with congestion. Or did mucinex contribute to the problem?
I recently lost my sense of smell and taste after taking Mucinex D for a severe sinus infection. It helped with my sinus issues but after taking the Mucinex D for approximately 4 days, I realized I couldn't smell or taste anything. I was also taking an antibiotic at the time. My sinus infection ...
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