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Tussionex

Sounds Like: tussy.oh.nex

Classification: Antitussive Narcotic

Controlled Substance Act Schedule: II

Other names for Tussionex

  • hydrocodone
  • chlorpheniramine

Tussionex Addiction

Tussionex is a brand name prescription medication, made as a combination of hydrocodone and chlorpheniramine. Tussionex is used to treat the symptoms of cough and runny nose when a prescription strength medication is needed.

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Intended Use of Tussionex

Tussionex is used to treat severe cough in patients where an opioid-antitussive combo works best.

How Tussionex Is Taken

Tussionex is sold in a yellow capsule that contains 10mg of hydrocodone and 8mg of chlorpheniramine. It’s also sold primarily as a 115 mL bottle of gold-colored syrup with a spoon that can be used to measure 2.5 mL and 5 mL doses for patients.

Side Effects of
Tussionex

Taking Tussionex in combination with a benzodiazepine or other central nervous system depressant can cause fatal interactions. An overdose of the opioid analgesic can cause respiratory depression, coma, coldness, and hypotension. If a severe overdose occurs, then apnea, circulatory collapse, cardiac arrest and death may occur.

Signs of an
Addiction to Tussionex

Dependence and tolerance may occur in users of the drug due to the narcotic content. When used for a short period strictly for cough treatment, dependence is unlikely to develop.

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