Chlorpheneramine

Were you looking for information about Chlorpheniramine? Chlorpheneramine is a common misspelling of chlorpheniramine.
 
Chlorpheniramine is a drug found in many prescription medications and over-the-counter products used for treating the common cold, allergies, and hives. It is a type of antihistamine that works by blocking H1 receptors and acetylcholine receptors in the body. A few basic strengths of chlorpheniramine are available, including immediate-release tablets, extended-release capsules or tablets, and two liquid forms. You should talk to your healthcare provider before using this antihistamine drug if you have asthma, glaucoma, or hyperthyroidism.
 
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