- No RX Needed: Cheracol with Codeine
- No RX Needed: Benzonatate
- Prescription and OTC: Mucinex
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No RX Needed: Cheracol with Codeine
Cheracol with Codeine is prescribed for cough relief, but may also have other uses not listed in this medication guide.
No RX Needed: Benzonatate
Benzonatate is used to relieve dry coughs, but it is important to swallow the capsules whole to avoid the risk of fatal overdosage if they are opened in any way.
Prescription and OTC: Mucinex
Mucinex is an expectorant that helps thin mucus, making it easier to clear through coughing. It may also be used off-label to increase fertility in women with hostile mucus as the cause of their infertility.
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Ratings & Reviews
Be the first to share your experience with Cheracol with Codeine. Benzonatate has an average rating of 3.8 out of 10 from 728 ratings on Drugs.com, with 28% of reviewers reporting a positive effect and 64% reporting a negative effect. Mucinex has an average rating of 6.2 out of 10 from 149 ratings on Drugs.com, with 55% of reviewers reporting a positive effect and 34% reporting a negative effect.
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