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meds with benadryl in them
As many of you know benadryl's other name is Diphenhydramine. Now when I have a reaction, Benadryl liquid is my preferred choice (works quickly), but there have been times that I didn't have it on me when I have had a reaction (I know stupid), and I needed to get something quickly.
The last time this happened the closest place that was open was a convience store, and they didn't have benadryl but they did have Tylenol PM, which just happens to contain 25mg of Diphenhydramine per pill. It saved me.
After that experience I thought it would be a good idea to find out what other OTC meds had Diphenhydramine, just in case. Below is list that I got off several medical sites on the internet of meds that contain Diphenhydramine :
Sudafed (they say it has it but I am not sure)
Tylenol Flu Nighttime Relief
Please only use these meds as a last resort (your in small town late at night, travelling, camping out), and always read the ingredients to verify it does contain Dihenhydramine
Allergies Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Wheat, Soy, Rice, Raw Fruits, Raw Vegetables, Melons, too many airbornes to list
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