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Has anyone tried Guaifenesin (Mucinex) and a baby asprin? This is my second month on Clomid (50 mg) days 4-8 this month; 5-9 last. I have read a lot about Guaifenesin and baby asprin... just wondering if anyone has had any luck with it? I am currently in the 2nd week of my 2ww... Baby dust to all.
I have had the coughing problem for years, but the mucous problem began after I had pneumonia a few years ago...
are high doses of vitamin c like 2000mg+/day dangerous for asthma? can it overactivate your immune system?
what medication can i get over the counter for muscus in the chest with high blood pressure
It is used on the fertility boards and newsgroups in the same manner as saying Band-Aid for an adhesive strip used to cover a cut. Any expectorant that contains guaifenesin as the only active ingredient is fine to use. What kind of Robitussin is used to improve cervical mucus? One should buy the plain kind with no letters after it. The only active ingredient is guaifenesin, and it contains 100 mg per teaspoon.
, I'd refer you to your primary care provider since we may need to rule out bacterial infection. For dry cough, you can try cough drops but they may contain high amount of sugars. Not sure if you have gestational diabetes or not. Drinking honey and lemon warm water can also help sooth the throat irritation. For wet cough, you can use guaifenesin (Mucinex), an expectorant to help you thin the mucus so it's easier to cough up.
One more commonly used is called guaifenesin and you can buy it over the counter. Also, low humidity, can make mucus tenacious. Maintaining an adequate fluid intake can help thin mucus. And, if the mucus is high in your throat, you may want to try gargling. Finally, much throat mucus originates in the nose. Nasal washes could possibly help a lot. To learn more about this technique please read our nasal wash treatment information by copying and pasting this address http://www.
Any expectorant that contains guaifenesin as the only active ingredient is fine to use. What kind of Robitussin is used to improve cervical mucus? One should buy the plain kind with no letters after it. The only active ingredient is guaifenesin, and it contains 100 mg per teaspoon. It is very important to avoid the versions that contain decongestants as those may dry up cervical mucus.
Do it 3-4 times day! Do you know about guaifenesin? It moisturizes your entire respiratory tract from the inside out and thins mucus. You want your mucus moist & thin so it can run down the throat or out the nose and not be thick. you want THIN MUCUS AT ALL TIMES. I take guaifenesin every single day and I drink LOTS of water. When getting over a cold it's very helpful to ease congestion. guaifenesin has no side effects and is even safe for children.
Advair is also drying and I note that your extremely high dose of that inhaled steroid is not generally recommended. I got rid of Spiriva because it was drying. It didn't help anyway. I got rid of Advair because I developed adrenal fatigue, osteoporosis, and it gave me a hacking cough which exhausted me and could not have been good for my lungs. I was put on nebulized Mucomyst (in addition to nebulized Duoneb) and for the first time in years my lungs were clear of phlegm - totally clear.
One nasal rinse clears out so much mucus - especially if you are also taking the guaifenesin and drinking warm tea or warm water. And using the Xlear natural nasal spray. First wash your nose with warm salt water using a neti pot. Do this several times a day .Then follow the rinsing with a spray called Xlear. The Xlear Nasal Spray line contains xylitol, purified water, salt, and grapefruit seed extract as a preservative.
My 2nd ENT said to me - he sat me down and said : "I'm going to give you the keys to the kingdom: Control the mucus. Mucus is caustic and it creates inflammation if it lingers in your system". And he prescribed guaifenesin - he also told me "guaifenesin fights inflammation by adding water to mucus".
Have you tried products containing Guaifenesin? This incredient thins secretions and is found in Mucinex (pricey) and products like that - BUT, if you can find a generic or plain Guaifenesin, you will save tons of money. You need to drink plenty of water for Guaifenesin to work. You may need to sleep with your head propped up temporarily, until [hopefully soon] you are well again. Good luck. I hope you find some relief soon.
ON TOP of all that, i was told by my wife that while i was sleeping on the first night, my body temp was high, but i wasn't sweating. can anybody help on what may be going on and how to deal with it?
I am on Cardizem CD(360mg/day) to prevent afib(no high blood pressure problem). For 2 years I have had a problem with one inner ear not draining properly due to colds/sinus stopping up the eustacion(sp?) tube. What cold/sinus medicines can I safely take that might clear this problem? Ear doctor has tried guaifenesin(1200mg/12hrs)and Nasonex spray but these have not worked. The only thing that works is putting a vent tube in eardrum- I've had 3 of these. Help!
The dr put me on clomid CD5-9 this month and my temps have been really high. I am on CD12 today - took an OPK this morn and it looked to be positive but my CF is much less this week- totally different than normal. Wondering if I'm ok??
Methadone withdrawal is particularly lengthy, lasting for several months-- even six months after high dose discontinuation. I would consider taking guaifenesin-- it breaks up mucous so that it is runny like water. You can take it with a prescription, or get it in robitussin expectorant. DON'T use the 'DM' or other forms-- they have other potentially psycho-active compounds. Just get the expectorant, and drink lots and lots of water.
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One nasal rinse clears out so much mucus - especially if you are also taking the guaifenesin and drinking warm tea or warm water. And using the Xlear natural nasal spray. First wash your nose with warm salt water using a neti pot. Do this several times a day .Then follow the rinsing with a spray called Xlear. The Xlear Nasal Spray line contains xylitol, purified water, salt, and grapefruit seed extract as a preservative.
Pineapple contains a proteolytic enzyme called bromelain which reduces inflammation and breaks up proteins that prevent embryo implantation Most of us probably buy low-fat milk rather than its full-fat counterpart, but it turns out that a high amount of low-fat dairy increases the risk of anovulation.
So my acupuncturist worked on that for me and I used Preseed. Preseed is a personal lubricant that almost serves as high quality cervical fluid. It's PH balanced so that it doesn't harm sperm. As far as I know, it's the ONLY lubricant you should be using. I've heard some people actually use olive oil or actual egg whites believing that to be better. But I heard that olive oil is not good for the sperm and you risk salmenella!
The ingredients are acetaminophen, guaifenesin, and phenylephrine. Will any of those ingredients caus a positive drug or alcohol test?
It helps loosen mucus congestion in your chest and throat, making it easier to cough out through your mouth.The combination of codeine and guaifenesin is used to treat cough and to reduce chest congestion caused by upper respiratory infections or the common cold.
I would only imagine that the amount of guaifenesin which is the primary ingredient he is taking in is very, very unhealthy. When I googled it, it said DO NOT take double doses...so, go from there...and yes, it seems as though he is showing some serious yet, some what strange signs of addictive behavior. I would inquire to see if he's taking anything else with the Robitussin.
Guaifenesin is used to loosen and thin mucus. Recommended Dosage: First of all, see this warning about possible birth defects from the use of guaifenesin. Now, if you still want to try this, make very sure that you buy the plain type that has no letters after the name. Some of the varieties contain decongestants, which will actually dry up your mucus. The recommended dosage for increasing cervical mucus is 2 teaspoons (200 mg) three times a day, with a full glass of water.
I actually take prometrium 3X100/day. I wonder why he prescribed such a high dose. I also take it orally. I am not quite in the 2WW yet. I should ovulate in the next day or two, in fact I would expect to get a positive on my opk tomorrow...I'm usually pretty consistent. This month I added Robistussin as I take clomid, so read a lot about hostile mucus. I also use preseed. What a production...lol. But worth every second of it!! Thanks so much again.
She adv that the x-ray was okay, however, the blood work showed my white blood count fairly high. Here we go again...this time the diagnosis was Costachondritis and a bacterial infection. I was given a shot of Toradol 60mg and Rocephin 1gm and a 14 day therapy of Levaquin 500mg. Guess what? After 1 week of finishing the Levaquin I got a nasty cold with fever and that unbearable cough again. Now I have come across an article in Time and have been researching nontuberculous mycobacteria.
shortness of breath with a low grade fever. Been on high doses of prednisone;duo neb treatments 4 times a day; tylenol for fever and Guaifenesin. I have been in and out of the ER. I have seen my PCP;Cardiologist and Pulmonologist. All chest x-rays, stress test and echocardiogram came back normal. Still having all the same symptoms. I keep getting sent back and forth between doctors with no resolve. I work in a hospital setting and I need to get back to work. Any ideas on what could be wrong?
You mean Guaifenesin right? That's the ingredient to look for? I'm taking the pill form 400 mg. 1 every 4 hours. I'm serous when I mean I'm taking everything under the sun!!! Thanks for the tip!
Is it too late to take guaifenesin as well? I have it in a syrup...how much should i be taking? Just to update you a bit for those who know me, my dh got his sperm tested and we discovered that he has motility (slow + fast) at 56% and only 16% normal spermies (84% abnormal) so this could definately be a factor along with our loss to justify why up until today (after a year) we still are ttc'ing.
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