Walgreens Report: Dizziness unable sleep feeling
A following Walgreens side effect report was submitted by a user.
Female patient reported the following Walgreens brand of Delsym Cough DM side effects :
Dizziness, unable to sleep, feeling of a high, diarrhea, tingling all over.
I am a 40 year old female. I took Walgreens brand of Delsym Cough DM extended release cough syrup. For the first time, I took under the recommended dosage of 10mL (approx: 8mL), as told to do so by pharmacist. Have had feelings of dizziness, unable to sleep, diarrhea, feelings of a highness, tingling in right fingers.Side Effect Event date: Friday September 21st 12:00:00 AM
Medication Dosage: under 10mL
Medication Frequency: first time use, once and will be last.
Patient Age: 40
Patient Weight: 180
Other medications: None, as I am afraid to take my Zyrtec 10mg with any type of cough suppressant unless told to do so by my physician.
Diagnosis: Cough due to common cold; recommended to take by Walgreens pharmacist
Pre-existing conditions: Allergic to PCN, Celebrex, Avelox, Pollen, Dust Mites, Pine, Mold. Smoke occasionally up to 2-4 / day Race: Caucasian
Birth Defects? No
Was intervention required to prevent damage? No
Other serious medical events? No
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