It depends on what kind of theraflu you are buying nowadays...but you boil water and our it into a cup about 8 oz or so and stir in the package to dissolve the contents. However now you can also buy theraflu in a syrup form and you should follow the correct dosage for your age. Hope this helps :)
no you can not take theraflu if you have high blood pressure and diabetes.
Since Theraflu contains phenylephrine it says you should not take it with Benadryl because it contains acetaminophen and diphenhydramine and can cause a reaction.
Call your doctor
Oxicodon and theroflu
Lexapro is an SSRI( Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor). Theraflu only interacts with medications known as MAOI's(Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor). Therefore, since SSRI's and MAOI's are two different types of medications, you may take the recommended dose of Theraflu along with a prescription dose of Lexapro.
Excedrin and Theraflu both contain acetaminophen, the pain-killing ingredient in Tylenol. Acetaminophen is very dangerous in high doses, and it's even more dangerous when alcohol is in your system. Combining Excedrin and Theraflu is therefore not a good idea.
theraflu powder does it still work after expiration date
Type your answer here... If you take theraflu for a cold will it give you a dirty Urnalsis
No, do not take these together. Check the ingredients - you will see that TheraFlu contains a pain and fever reducer (acetaminaphen). You will also see that naproxen is listed as a pain and fever reducer. You do not want to take two of the same kinds of medicines together.Take one or the other - I would recommend taking the cold medicine first. Then wait at least 6 hours before you take the naproxen, then another 6 hours before you take the Theraflu again. My personal advice is to save the naproxen until you get over your cold, because it is a 12 hour product and is really going to interfere with the number of times you can take the cold medicine.
It is probably not a good idea, since theraflu typically contains another decongestant known as "phenylephrine." Combining the two decongestants could have harmful effects on blood pressure since they both constrict blood vessels. I wouldn't take sudafed with theraflu. I would opt to go with either sudafed and Tylenol if a pain reliever therapy is preferred, or just taking theraflu. Ive found phenylephrine to be a pretty effective decongestant, especially in the theraflu formulation -3rd year Rx Student-