Coriminic Syrup 60 ML
Manufactured by: Wanbury Ltd.
Composition: Chlorpheniramine (2 mg/5ml) + Phenylephrine (5 mg/5ml)
Pack size: 60 ml
Drug type: Cold and cough preparations
Prescription Required: Yes
Primary Uses: Common cold symptoms
What is Coriminic Syrup?
Coriminic Syrup is the combination of two drugs- Chlorpheniramine and Phenylephrine which is used to treat common cold symptoms.
Coriminic Syrup is used to treat common cold symptoms.
How Does the Drug Work?
Chlorpheniramine is a histamine H1 receptor blocker which blocks the activity of histamine and decreases the cough associated with allergy. Phenylephrine is an alpha-1 adrenergic agonist and decongestant which relief from stuffiness in the nose and relieves common cold symptoms.
Common Side Effects of Coriminic Syrup:
List of major side effects of Coriminic Syrup
How to Use Coriminic Syrup?
Before use, read the directions mentioned on the label of this syrup. Measure the prescribed amount with the measuring cup and take it by mouth by swallowing it completely. Shake the bottle before use. It may be taken with or without food as prescribed by the doctor.
Precautions to be Taken:
Useful precautions to be taken while using Coriminic Syrup
- Do not take Coriminic Syrup if you are allergic to this medicine.
- Coriminic Syrup may be unsafe to use during pregnancy and lactation. The pregnant and breast-feeding women should use this medication as prescribed by the doctor.
- Take this medication at fixed dose and duration as prescribed by the doctor.
- Prior consultation to your doctor is advisable before alcohol consumption during the treatment with Coriminic Syrup.
Contraindications while using Coriminic Syrup
- Coriminic Syrup is contraindicated in patients with ventricular tachycardia.
- This medicine is contraindicated in the patients with hypersensitivity to this medicine.
Possible drug interactions of Coriminic Syrup with other drugs
- Phenylephrine may increase hypertensive effect of beta-blockers when concomitantly used with these agents.
- Concomitant treatment of phenylephrine with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) may cause hypertension.
- Chlorphenamine may increase the sedative effect of psychotropic drugs such as hypnotics and barbiturates.
Store this medication at room temperature (between 20-25°C). Protect from sunlight and children.
In case of missed dose, skip the same and continue with your regular dosing schedule. Avoid taking double dose to make up for a missed one.
Immediately contact to your doctor as supportive and symptomatic medical treatment is required in case of an overdose.
- What are the side effects of Coriminic Syrup?
The common side effects of Coriminic Syrup include restlessness, nausea, vomiting, headache and sleepiness.
- How often can I take Coriminic Syrup?
Coriminic Syrup should be used at fixed dose and duration as prescribed by your doctor.
- How do I store Coriminic Syrup?
Store this medicine at room temperature (between 20-25°C). Protect from sunlight and children.
- Is Coriminic Syrup safe to use during pregnancy?
Coriminic Syrup may be unsafe to use during pregnancy. The pregnant women should use this medication as prescribed by the doctor.