SYP. COFCYN LS
Ambroxol hydrochloride 30 mg, Levosalbutamol sulphate 1mg
It is a combination medication used to treat coughs that produce mucus. It thins mucus in the lungs, windpipe, and nose to make coughing easier. Additionally, it soothes other symptoms like a runny nose, sneezing, itching, and watery eyes.
The dosage and time for taking COFCYN- LS Syrup are determined by the doctor and can be taken with or without food. Your illness and how you respond to the medication will determine the dose that is administered to you. You should continue using this medication as long as your doctor instructs you to. Your symptoms could return and your condition could get worse if you discontinue treatment too soon. Inform your medical staff of all other medications you are taking, since some may have an impact on or interact with others.
The most frequent adverse reactions are diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, headaches, muscle cramps, and skin rashes. The majority of these are transient and normally go away with time. If any of these side effects cause you any worry, speak with your doctor right away. Do not drive or perform any other tasks that need mental focus until you have fully experienced the effects of this medication, which can also make you sleepy. While using this medication, avoid consuming alcohol since it may worsen tiredness.
Never advocate for self-medication or tell someone else to take your medicines. Drinking lots of fluids is advisable while taking this medication. You should let your doctor know if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or nursing before using this medication. In order for your doctor to recommend a dose that is appropriate for you, you should also let them know whether you have any kidney or liver conditions.
COFCYN- LS Syrup
Store below 30°C
USES OF COFCYN- LS SYRUP
BENEFITS OF COFCYN- LS SYRUP
In Treatment of Cough with mucus
COFCYN- LS Syrup relieves a cough that is producing mucus. Thick mucus is helped to break up, making it simpler to cough out. This facilitates breathing and lowers coughing episodes. Additionally, COFCYN- LS Syrup will treat allergy symptoms like itchy, watery eyes, runny noses, and throat irritation. For symptom relief in addition to medication, gargle with warm salt water and drink plenty of lukewarm water.
SIDE EFFECTS OF COFCYN- LS SYRUP
The majority of adverse effects are temporary and go away as your body becomes used to the medication. If they persist or you’re concerned about them, speak with your doctor.
Cofcyn-LS common side effects
- Nausea \sVomiting
- stomach upset stomach ache
- An allergic response
- Rash \sHives
- a muscle spasm
- higher heart rate
HOW TO USE COFCYN- LS SYRUP
Follow your doctor’s instructions for this medication’s dosage and duration. Before using, read the label for instructions. Take it by mouth after measuring it with a measuring cup. Shake firmly before using. You can take COFCYN-LS Syrup with or without meals, but it’s best to take it at a set time.
HOW COFCYN- LS SYRUP WORKS
Ambroxol, Levosalbutamol, and Guaifenesin are three medications included in COFCYN- LS Syrup, which treats coughs that produce mucus. A mucolytic called ambroxol thins and loosens phlegm, making it easier to cough out. A bronchodilator is levosalbutamol. It works by loosening the airway muscles and opening up the airways. As an expectorant, guaifenesin lessens the stickiness of mucus (phlegm) and aids in clearing the airways of it.
CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
Alcohol consumption is not known to be safe when combined with COFCYN-LS Syrup. Please speak with your physician.
CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
Using COFCYN- LS Syrup while pregnant may be dangerous. Despite the paucity of human studies, studies on animals have indicated negative consequences on the developing foetus. Before giving you a prescription, your doctor will consider the advantages and any possible hazards. Please speak with your physician.
CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
There is no information available about using COFCYN- LS Syrup while nursing. Please speak with your physician.
COFCYN- LS Syrup may impair your vision, reduce your level of alertness, or induce drowsiness and dizziness. If you experience these symptoms, don’t drive.
Patients with kidney illness should use COFCYN- LS Syrup with caution. COFCYN- LS Syrup dosage adjustment may be required. Please speak with your physician. The usage of COFCYN- LS Syrup in these patients is only partially known.
The usage of COFCYN- LS Syrup in patients with liver problems should be done so with discretion. COFCYN- LS Syrup dosage adjustment may be required. Please speak with your physician.
WHAT IF YOU FORGET TO TAKE COFCYN- LS SYRUP?
The usage of COFCYN- LS Syrup in these patients is only partially known.
Take COFCYN- LS Syrup as soon as you remember if you miss a dose. If your next dose is approaching, skip the missing one and resume your regular regimen. Don’t increase the dosage.
- The COFCYN- LS Syrup treats coughs that are accompanied by mucus and are brought on by broncho-pulmonary conditions such as bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and emphysema.
- It could make you feel groggy and sleepy. Until you are aware of how it affects you, avoid driving or engaging in any activity that needs mental focus.
- If you have diabetes, keep an eye on your blood sugar levels while taking this medication.
- If you have a history of thyroid or heart disease, let your doctor know.
- If your cough lasts more than a week, tends to return, or is accompanied by a fever, rash, or ongoing headache, stop using COFCYN- LS Syrup and let your doctor know.