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Question:
Im looking for the Russian equivilent of Sudafed. A non drowsy cold/sinus tablet. Can you suggest anything? Are they prescription here or can I buy at a chemist?
Stuffy
Answer:
Ther is no non-drowsy equivalent for Sudafed in tablets in Russia. You can use Otrivin nasal spray or Contac capsules (chlorpheniramine maleat - 8 mg, paracetamol - 200 mg, phenilephrine HCl - 25 mg), but Contac - drowsy.
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