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Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

Manufacturer

BLUE CROSS LABORATORIES LTD

Pack Of

6 TABLETS

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Prescription Required
Product Details

About Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges belongs to the class of medications called ‘antitussives' used to treat dry cough associated with cold/flu, allergies, and throat irritants. A cough is a reflex action that helps to clear any foreign material or irritants in the throat. Dry cough refers to a cough with no mucus (sputum) or secretions. A dry cough is mostly treated with cough suppressants and throat lozenges.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is a combination of two medicines: Dextromethorphan and Amylmetacresol. Dextromethorphan is a cough suppressant. It acts by blocking the cough center's action in the brain that is responsible for the cough reflex. Amylmetacresol is an antiseptic. It acts by stopping bacterial growth, which is causing mouth and throat infections. It can provide relief from a sore throat which is usually accompanied by a dry cough.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is available in the form of lozenges. You should take this medicine as prescribed by your doctor. The common side-effects of Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges are dizziness, drowsiness, sleepiness, confusion, nausea, agitation, and sore tongue. These side-effects usually go away without any treatment. However, inform your doctor immediately if any of these side-effects persist or get worsen.

Do not take Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges if you are allergic to Dextromethorphan, Amylmetacresol, or any other ingredients present in it. Before taking Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges, inform your doctor if you have any chronic (long-term) or persistent cough, lung diseases such as asthma or emphysema, liver diseases, or taking antidepressants within 14 days before taking this medicine. Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges contains sugars, so inform your doctor if you have diabetes or intolerance to sugars. Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is not recommended for children under 6 years of age. Also, inform your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Uses of Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

Dry cough

Directions for Use

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is available in the form of lozenges.Lozenges: It is advised to place the lozenge in the mouth and allow it to slowly dissolve. Do not crush, chew, or swallow the lozenges. Move the lozenge from one side of the mouth to another occasionally using your tongue. Do not touch the lozenges with wet hands. In general, lozenges will take 20 to 30 minutes to completely dissolve.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Sleepiness
  • Confusion
  • Stomach upset
  • Nausea
  • Agitation
  • Sore tongue

In-Depth Precautions and Warning

Drug Warning

Do not take Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges if you have taken antidepressants (especially monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)) within 14 days as it may cause life-threatening side-effects. Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges should be used with caution in children with a history of allergies. Do not use any other cough or cold medicines while using Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges. Do not use Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges for prolonged periods as it may lead to drug dependence, even at recommended doses, especially in patients with a history of alcohol abuse and depression. Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges may cause withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, sweating, palpitations (pounding heart), chills, agitation, difficulty to sleep, nausea, and vomiting.

Safety Advice

  • Alcohol

    Consumption of alcohol may increase drowsiness, so it is advised to limit alcohol intake while using Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges.

  • Pregnancy

    Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is a category C medicine and may cause toxic effects to the unborn baby. So, it should be used with caution in pregnant women only when prescribed by a doctor.

  • Breast Feeding

    Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges may get secreted in the breast milk, so this medicine should be used with caution in breastfeeding mothers only when prescribed by a doctor.

  • Driving

    Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges may cause drowsiness, so it is advised to refrain from activities that require you to stay alert such as driving or operating heavy machinery while using this medicine.

  • Liver

    Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges should be used with caution in patients with liver diseases as the activity of this medicine may increase in these patients. The dose may have to be adjusted by your doctor.

  • Kidney

    Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is possibly safe in patients with kidney diseases when prescribed.

Other Information (TUS0009)

This item is Not Returnable.

Expires on or after - September 2021

Patients Concern

FAQs

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is a combination of two medicines: Dextromethorphan and Amylmetacresol. Dextromethorphan is a cough suppressant and acts by blocking the cough center's action in the brain that is responsible for the cough reflex. Amylmetacresol is an antiseptic and has bactericidal action. It acts by killing the bacteria, which is causing mouth and throat infections. Together, Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges can effectively treat dry cough.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is used to treat dry cough associated with cold/flu, allergies, and throat irritants. It can only suppress cough and cannot treat the underlying causes of cough, such as asthma. So, it is advised to consult a doctor before taking Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges for any condition.

It is not recommended to use Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges while taking antidepressants or has taken antidepressants within 14 days. Concurrent use of both medicines may cause fatal side-effects such as anxiety, confusion, fever, tremors, increase or decrease in pulse rate, muscle rigidity, and fits.

The common side-effects of Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges are dizziness, drowsiness, sleepiness, stomach upset, confusion, nausea, agitation, and sore tongue. These side-effects usually go away without any treatment. However, if any of these side-effects persist, consult your doctor immediately.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges is possibly safe in patients with diabetes when taken at recommended doses. However, Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges contains sugars, so it is advised to inform your doctor before taking this medicine.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges can be used for chronic cough, but it may not be so effective. Consult your doctor for further information.

Manufacturer/Marketer address

Peninsula Chambers, Peninsula Corporate Park, G.K Marg, Lower Parel (West), Mumbai - 400013, Maharashtra, INDIA.

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

Tus Q (Honey+Lemon) Cough Longenges

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