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An Antitussive is a cough medicine that is routinely prescribed for dry cough. These antitussives are usually over-the-counter syrups. Commonly codeine is used to suppress dry cough. Antitussives usually lead to drowsiness, headache, loss of appetite and nausea. You might notice high blood pressure and rashes on the skin as possible side effects. It is contraindicated to used Antitussive during pregnancy and breast feeding.

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