Coldril : Combination of Paracetamol, Chlorpheniramine and Pseudoephedrine

Combination of paracetamol BP, chlorpheniramine maleate and pseudoephedrine hydrochloride. Coldril is indicated in cold, flu, nasal congestion and associated fever, body ache and headache.


Coldril should not be given to patients who are being treated with monoamine oxidase inhibitor or with about two weeks of discontinuation of such treatment. Coldril is contraindicated in coronary thrombosis and thyrotoxicosis. It should be used with caution in patients with urinary retention and hypertension.

Side effects and adverse reactions

Common adverse effects are blurred vision, diplopia, fatigue, dizziness, sedation and dryness of mouth, throat and nose. Occasionally abdominal pain with vomiting or diarrhea, anxiety restlessness, nausea, muscular weakness, tremor and sweating may occur. Purpura may occur. Renal damage may occur rarely after long time usage.

Precautions and warnings

If you are pregnant or under care of doctor or receiving other prescribed medicines, consult your doctor before taking this medicine. If symptoms persists consult a doctor. Coldril should be used with caution to patients with urinary retention and hypertension. It may cause drowsiness and dizziness in some person and its use constitute danger to patients who drive vehicles or work with moving machines. Avoid alcohol drinks. Keep the medicine out of reach of children

Dosage regimen and directions for use: as directed by the physician or

0-5 years, capsules and tablets are not recommended.  Syrup give 2.5 ml. 6-12 years, capsules and tablets are not recommended. Syrup give 5 ml. Above 12 years, 2 capsules or tablets. Syrup give 10 ml

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