Active ingredients: dextromethorphan hydrobromide; guaifenesin
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I have been on Morphine Sulfate immediate release and Morphine Sulfate extended release for chronic back pain for years. I have considered surgery but was not given good odds that my quality of life would be improved, and there was a very good chance that surgery could land me in a wheel chair with worse problems. Therefore, I live on Morphine. The lisinopril is for high blood pressure. I recently became very sick with bronchitis and my doctor put me on a zpack antibiotic and muscinex dm. I'm concerned about drug interactions and would appreciate any and all information that can be offered. Thank you for your assistance. While I need to get rid of the bronchitis because I've had pneumonia three times and don't want the bronchitis to progress into pneumonia but also don't want to suffer severe side effects from combining the drugs I take on a daily basis.
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Hey im new here. Feels like my sinuses was acting so i wanted to take mucinex dm because it has an guafenesin in it. I just started taking Garcinia yesterday!!! I just wanted to know will i get sick!!!
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