Drug interactions with dimenhydrinate oral and phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral

dimenhydrinate oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Dimenest Oral, Dimentabs Oral, Dipendrate Oral, Ditinic Oral, Dmh-Syrup Oral, Dramaban Oral, Dramamine Oral, Dramarex Oral, Driminate Oral, Marmine Oral, Motion Aid Oral, Motion Relief Oral, Motion Sickness Oral, Motion Sickness Relief Oral, Motion Sicktabs Oral, Trav Oral, Trav-Arex Oral, Travel Aid (dimenhydrinate) Oral, Travel Motion Sickness Oral, Travel Oral, Travel Sickness Oral, Travel Tablets Oral, Travel-Ease Oral, Travel-Eze Oral, Traveltabs Oral, Travel-Wise Oral, Trav-Tabs Oral, Triptone Oral, Uni-Calm Oral, Vertiban Oral, Wal-Dram Oral

All generic drug interactions for dimenhydrinate oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Albatussin PE Pediatric Oral, Aldex G Oral, Aldex Oral, Ambi 10PEH-400GFN Oral, AMBI 40-1000 (PE) Oral, Amidal Oral, Chest Congestion Relief PE Oral, Chest-Sinus Congestion Relief Oral, Children's Mucinex Stuffy Nose & Cold Oral, Children's Stuffy Nose-Cold Oral, Congest-Eze PE Oral, Conpec LA NR Oral, Conpec Oral, Crantex ER Oral, Crantex LAC Oral, Decon-E Oral, Deconex IR Oral, Deconex Oral, Donatussin Pediatric (Reformulated) Oral, D-Phen 1000 Oral, D-Tab Oral, Duomax Oral, Duraphen 1000 Oral, Duraphen II Oral, Duratuss PE Oral, Duravent PE Oral, Dynex LA Oral, ED Bron GP Oral, Entex ER Oral, Entex LQ Oral, ExaPhex TR Oral, ExeFen-PD Oral, Exetuss Oral, Exetuss-GP Oral, Extendryl G Oral, Fenesin PE IR Oral, G P Tex Oral, Generic Entex LA Oral, Genexa LA Oral, Gentex LA Oral, GFN 1200-Phenylephrine 40 Oral, GFN 600-Phenylephrine 20 Oral, GFN 600-Phenylephrine 40 Oral, GFN 800-PE 25 Oral, Gilphex TR Oral, GP-1200 Oral, Gripex PE Oral, Gripex PE Pediatric Oral, Guaifen PE Oral, GUAIPHEN-D 1200 TR Oral, GUAIPHEN-D TR Oral, GUAIPHEN-PD TR Oral, Guapetex Oral, Guaphenyl II Oral, Guaphenyl LA Oral, Guiadex D Oral, Guiadex PD Oral, Guiaphen Oral, Guiatex PE Oral, J-MAX Oral, Liquibid D-R Oral, Liquibid PD-R Oral, Liquibid-D 1200 Oral, Liquibid-D DuoMatrix Oral, Liquibid-D Oral, Liquibid-PD Oral, Lusair Oral, LuSonex Oral, Maxiphen G Oral, Maxiphen Oral, Medent-PE Oral, Medent-PEI Oral, MontePhen Oral, MucaphEd Oral, Mucinex Cold Oral, Mucus Relief D (phenylephrine) Oral, Mucus Relief PE Oral, Mucus Relief Sinus Oral, MyDex Oral, MyDocs Oral, Nariz Oral, Nasex Oral, Nasex-G Oral, Nazarin Oral, Nescon-PD Oral, Nexphen PD Oral, Norel EX Oral, Nu-COPD Oral, Numobid PE Oral, Numonyl Oral, Numonyl Pediatric Oral, Numonyl SR Oral, OneTab Congestion & Cough Oral, PE 30 - Guai 1,200 Oral, PE 30-Guai 900 Oral, PE-Guai Oral, Pendex Oral, PhenaVent D Oral, PhenaVent LA Oral, PhenaVent Oral, PhenaVent PED Oral, Pneumax Oral, Prolex D Oral, Prolex PD Oral, Proset D Oral, Quindal CR Oral, Reluri Oral, Rescon-GG Oral, Respa-PE Oral, Robitussin PE Head & Chest Oral, Simuc Oral, Simuc-GP Oral, Sinuvent PE Oral, Sitrex Oral, Sitrex PD Oral, Sudafed PE Sinus Oral, Sudex DUOMATRIX Oral, Supress-PE Oral, TG 10PEH-380GFN Oral, TL-DMX Oral, Triaminic Chest & Nasal Congestion Oral, Tussbid Oral, Tussi-Pres PE Oral, Vidal Oral, Visonex Oral, Wellbid-D 1200 Oral, Wellbid-D Oral, Xedec II Oral, Xedec Oral, XPECT-PE Oral, Zoden Oral, Zotex GPX Oral, Zotex-GP Oral, Zyrphen Oral

All generic drug interactions for phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
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dimenhydrinate oral and phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral

dimenhydrinate oral increases and phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral decreases sedation and drowsiness.

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dimenhydrinate oral and phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral

dimenhydrinate oral increases and phenylephrine-guaifenesin oral decreases sedation.

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