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This medication is prescribed for osteoarthritis, pain, and cough. It may also be used for other purposes not listed in this guide.
Benzonatate is used to relieve a dry cough. It is important to swallow the capsules whole to avoid the risk of a fatal overdose. This medication is prescribed for cough.
Mucinex is an expectorant that helps thin mucus, making it easier to clear by coughing. It may also be used off-label to increase fertility in women with hostile mucus as the cause of infertility.
Learn more about Capital w/Codeine, Benzonatate, and Mucinex.
Lower-cost generic options are available for all three medications.
Ratings & Reviews
Be the first to share your experience with this drug. Benzonatate has an average rating of 3.8 out of 10 from a total of 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 a total of 149 ratings on Drugs.com, with 55% of reviewers reporting a positive effect and 34% reporting a negative effect.
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