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Guaifenesin and codeine phosphate is a drug prescribed for the treatment of cough caused by conditions such as the flu, cold, bronchitis, or sinusitis. Side effects, drug interactions, and dosage information should be reviewed prior to taking this medication. There are no generic or brand names available for this drug. Previous brand names include Cheratussin AC, Codar GF, Dex-Tuss, Guaiatussin AC, Iophen C-NR, M-Clear WC, Mar-Cof CG, Virtussin A/C, Tussi-Organidin NR, and Mytussin AC.

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Terms related to guaifenesin with codeine-oral:

  • Robitussin A-C
  • Robitussin A-C
  • Cheracol
  • Cheracol
  • Cheratussin
  • Mytussin AC
  • Tussi-Organidin NR