Chloropheniramine

Were you looking for information about Chlorpheniramine? Chloropheniramine is a common misspelling of chlorpheniramine.
 
Chlorpheniramine is an active ingredient in many prescription and over-the-counter medications approved for treating allergies, the common cold, and hives. By blocking H1 receptors and acetylcholine receptors in the body, the drug can help relieve a runny nose and treat or prevent allergy symptoms. There are a few different basic forms of chlorpheniramine, including immediate-release tablets, extended-release capsules or tablets, and liquid. While most people tolerate this medicine well, potential side effects include dry mouth, excitability, and headaches.
 
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