Sudafed Non-Drowsy Expectorant Reviews
Product Type: Sudafed medicinal products
Newest Review: ... seems to give the impression of breathing and air circulating. The front has Sudafed in large letters and says it clears ... more
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Customer Sudafed Non-Drowsy Expectorant Reviews (4)
by - written on 08/04/06 (Very useful, 1406 readings)
Luckily, this horrid time of the year is almost over. The time of the year when you stock up on your Vitamin C supplements. The time of the year where you want to put yourself into a protective bubble whenever you go on public transport. The time of the year when all your colleagues are at work, coughing, sneezing and ill. And it is also the time of the year where no matter what you do, you will catch at least one cold of some sort, be it a sore throat, runny nose, blocked nose, cough, fever, headache - or all of the above. Nothing frustrates me more when I go to Boots and ask for help, just to be told that the only thing that will work for a sore throat is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
My tough Rugby playing husband often gets Man Flu and will take lemsip, night nurse, etc and so on a recent trip to Tesco I spotted Sudafed cough at the Pharmacy for 87p reduced to clear so I purchased 4 bottles (in two transactions in case I was going to overdose!) I stuffed the product in the medicine cabinet for when needed and last week decided to give this a whirl as my daughter has been really struggling with a cough she has been coughing so much she cannot sleep and is exhausted. I noticed that this can be given to Children from age 2 and I have to say that it has really helped her it seems to stop her coughing so much which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Typical that as soon as I start my first job as a nurse I have got the worst cough I could ever wish for and actually become properly ill. It all started like a bang, irritated throat, annoying coughin but it seemed just an air freshner or something had bothered me and it would go away . . . wrong! I spent the whole night gasping, feeling like dying (I am a drama queen at times but I am actually being serious) and ended up on the sofa watching Fox which my partner though was a sex channel (hmm). So after trying nearly everything in the cupboard/ house my partner came back with this Sudafed chesty coughs liquid. Apparently it cost £4.09 so I was a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/06 (Useful, 529 readings)
I was brought up a house where the only medicines in the cupboard were calpol (for when I was younger) and the odd paracetamol. Therefore, I had never tried anything like a cough medicine, and to be honest thought they were for weak-minded people. Boy, was I wrong! In my first year of university I was nearly always ill with some sort of bug or another. Nothing uncommon there - Freshers Flu, late nights and alcohol all added to a never-ending cold (not that it stopped us partying!). At one point about Christmas I got a really bad cold complete with awful cough. I coughed endlessly, and ended up with terribly sore ribs. Yet still I resisted such ... Read the complete review
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