Mucinex DM 12 Hr Max Strength Expectorant & Cough Suppressant Tablets (42 ct.)
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- Quiets wet or dry cough
- Thins and loosens mucus that causes chest congestion
- Works right away and lasts for 12 hours
- Maximum strength cough suppressant, extended-release tablet
- #1 doctor recommended OTC expectorant
Mucinex® DM 12 Hr Max Strength Expectorant & Cough Suppressant Tablets (42 ct.) are the best tablets for cold and cough symptoms. In fact, Mucinex is the #1 doctor recommended over-the-counter expectorant. It starts working right away, and it lasts for up to 12 hours.
What Symptoms Does the Mucinex DM 12 Hr Max Strength Expectorant & Cough Suppressant Tablets Relieve?
Mucinex DM is one of the best cough suppressants on the shelves. It helps control your cough whether it is wet or dry. Plus, it thins and loosens mucus that causes chest congestion. You start to feel better almost immediately upon taking the medication, and the extended-release tablets keep giving you the medication that you need throughout the day or night.
What Are the Active Ingredients in Mucinex DM 12 Hr Max Strength Expectorant & Cough Suppressant Tablets?
The ingredients that make Mucinex DM the best cough medicine that you can get over the counter include 1200 mg of guaifenesin which is responsible for helping to thin the mucus and 60 mg of dextromethorphan HBr which is a combination antihistamine and cough suppressant. These ingredients are combined into one tablet that has a patented bi-layer extended-release construction.
How Do You Take Mucinex DM Cough Suppressant Tablets?
Mucinex is considered one of the best cold medications available over the counter because you only have to take one or two tablets every 12 hours. You do not crush, break or chew up the tablets, and they should be taken with a full glass of water. They can be taken with or without food. Not suitable for children under twelve years of age.
Are There Any Contraindications For Using This Cough Suppressant?
Mucinex should not be used by people who are currently taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors or MAOI. It also shouldn't be used by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding without first consulting a medical provider. It also should not be used for a cough that lasts more than seven days.