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Summary

Common cold is a communicable disease caused by viruses. It is an upper respiratory tract infection which spreads rapidly via air and direct contact. Rhinoviruses have been identified to cause 50% of common cold cases. Common cold is a self-limiting condition (gets cured on its own without any medical intervention) that usually lasts 5-7 days. However, the condition might get chronic if it is accompanied by flu or any other bacterial infections. The most common symptoms of common cold include running or blocked nose, itchy throat and continuous non-stop sneezing. 

  1. What is Common Cold
  2. Stages of Common Cold
  3. Symptoms of Common Cold
  4. Common cold causes & risk factors
  5. Prevention of Common Cold
  6. Diagnosis of Common Cold
  7. Common Cold Treatment
  8. Common Cold Complications
  9. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Common Cold
  10. Medicines for Common Cold
  11. Doctors for Common Cold

What is Common Cold

All of us have had a Common Cold at some point or the other. The symptoms of common cold such as running or blocked nose, itchy throat and continuous non-stop sneezing are quiet relatable for all of us. However, some vital facts related to common cold are still not known to all such as what exactly is common cold? What are its causes? How can it be cured? And most importantly, how one can prevent himself/herself from common cold? Read on to find out everything about common cold.

What is it?

Common cold is an upper respiratory tract infection caused due to viruses. It is believed that there are more than 200 types of viruses which could be responsible for this condition, out of which “Rhinovirus” has been found to be the most prevalent one, accounting for approximately half of the cases of common cold condition. The other viruses which cause common cold are Coronavirus, Respiratory Syncytial virus, Influenza virus and Parainfluenza virus.

How does Common Cold spread?

This condition is communicable and you can easily catch common cold via people who are already affected by one of the above mentioned viruses. This condition may spread via air, physical contact with an infected person or coming in contact with those surfaces which are infectious such as computer keyboard, mobile phones, doorknob, and spoon etc. Physicians recommend not to have any direct skin contact and use personal belongings of an affected individual, by doing so you may increase your chances of contracting common cold to many folds. As you may know, already know, one of the main reasons for the widespread of common cold is because it can be easily spread via contagious droplets in the air when infected people sneeze, cough or even speak to each other. The virus is released to the surrounding and people quickly contract common cold as the virus enters the body via the nasal passage or throat lining.

Initially, our immune system protects the body by fighting against these infections and attacks the pathogen (virus) with the help of WBCs (White Blood Corpuscles). But if your body has not been previously infected by this condition, your immune system may not be ready for it. Due to this, there is an inflammation in your nose and throat resulting in mucus formation. You may be surprised to know and not even feel it, but our body uses a lot of energy to fight against these viruses, often resulting in fatigue (feeling weak & tired).

Did you know?

There is a commonly believed myth that feeling cold or getting wet makes you ill and contract common cold. But recent studies confirm that, the chances of catching common cold increases to many folds when you are under stress, or undergoing an emotional state of mind or having an allergy with symptoms of throat and nose

Stages of Common Cold

Since common cold is caused due to several types of viruses, the pace and intensity of its symptoms may vary from one individual to the other. Usually, the symptoms of common cold begin to show up within 2-3 days of contracting this condition. Studies confirm that, it is very much possible that the symptoms may vary from being mild to severe in people.

For instance, an individual may only have mucus in the nose, while the other may have all the symptoms of the disease such as throat pain, throat itching, body ache, and fever. It has been observed that the symptoms develop depending upon the immunity and the disease-fighting capacity of an individual's body.

Mostly, people suffering from common cold are cured within 7- 10 days but there have been reported medical cases in which affected person may take longer to get over the viral infection completely. This condition again depends on the type of virus that has caused it, as well as the immune system of the affected person.

Symptoms of Common Cold

Generally, the onset of the common cold symptoms takes time. It is very rare that the symptoms begin to appear instantly.

Further, people often confuse and are unable to differentiate between the symptoms of common cold and flu because of the strikingly common similarities between them. However, knowing the difference between the symptoms of the two may help you take a better-informed decision about how to better address them. And further also help you decide whether to see your doctor or not.

 Nose-related symptoms of Common Cold:

  • stuffy nose.
  • pressure/ pain on the eyes, cheeks, and forehead (sinus region) 
  • runny nose
  • feeling of heaviness in the nose
  • inability to smell anything
  • continuous sneezing
  • you may feel the mucus running down from the nose into the back of your throat

  Head and throat related symptoms of Common Cold:

  • watery eyes.
  • mild to a moderate headache.
  • irritation in the throat.
  • cough along with phlegm (mucus).
  • swollen lymph node                                             

Body-related symptoms of Common Cold:

Common cold causes & risk factors

Why Does Common Cold Occur?

Common cold being a contagious and a communicable disease occurs and spreads when an infected person sneezes, coughs or even speaks while releasing the virus in the air and surrounding. The virus enters our body when the air is inhaled by us. As you may already know, the virus may also affect you if you come in direct contact with an object which has been touched or exposed to an infected person such as door knob/bolt, telephone, toys or a towel used by an affected person. Research suggests that Rhinovirus, the most common cause of common cold, can survive on any firm surface or body parts such as hands for 3 hours.

Many types of viruses have been identified by medical investigators and their samples have been taken from various species and clubbed into one single group. These species/groups are:

  • Human rhinovirus
  • Coronavirus
  • Parainfluenza virus
  • Adenovirus

There are few other similar forms of viruses which may also cause a common cold, such as a syncytial virus, that has been separately categorised. However, research is going on and researchers have still not been able to identify certain specific varieties of viruses.

Risk Factors

As we have discussed earlier common cold also has its share of risks and complications. Below are a few factors that may increase the chances of having a common cold read on to find out.

  • Age:
    Scientific research suggests that infants and small children are more likely to have a common cold as their immune system is still developing, hence when they contract common cold their white blood cells (WBCs) are not sufficient enough to fight this disease.

  • Climate change:
    Evident research and experience suggest that some people are exclusively seen to catch a common cold during the winter season or monsoon (rainy season) and its symptoms are prominently visible. This is because people prefer to stay indoors during these seasons and thus come in contact with each other more often.

  • Weak Immune System:
    Studies suggest that for some people having a weak immune system is a major challenge as it makes the body exceedingly prone to common cold and other pathogenic invasions. Hence, a weak immune system is a major cause of catching a cold again and again. Researchers strongly suggest that emotional imbalance and fatigue lead to weakened immune system leading to repetitive episodes of common cold and other diseases.

Prevention of Common Cold

It is considered practically impossible to completely prevent oneself from the common cold because of various external factors such as the environment and the people around you. However, there are a few steps by which we can try to prevent ourselves and our families from getting infected by certain viruses seasonally or repeatedly.

Wash your hands regularly

This is one of the best and the safest way to prevent from common cold. It is important to wash your hands, especially when visiting public areas and touching commonly exposed items such as doorknobs staircase supports etc.

If you frequently wash your hands, it helps to destroy the viruses that you may have come in contact with due to proximity with an affected person. Whenever you go to a public place, you must remember to carry a hand sanitizer so that it helps to kill viruses and various other pathogens (germs), even if you may have come in contact with them. Also, it is strongly recommended to teach your children the importance of washing hands.

If you come in contact with an affected person or any affected surface in a public place, it is advisable to avoid touching the area around the nose, mouth, and eyes. By doing this you actually lower the chances of the virus on your hands entering your body.

The smoke from cigarettes along with the tar irritates the airway passage and increases the probability of catching the common cold and other lung diseases. You may be surprised but even inhaling the smoke (passively) may also affect you and your children and make them more prone to contracting common cold.

You are recommended to encourage your family members to use disposable utensils and toiletries when affected by the common cold. This will lower the chances of the entire family getting exposed to the virus causing the common cold

Dry your hands with paper towels in the kitchen and the bathroom:

Studies confirm that infections may stay on cloth towels for several days. Hence, it is highly advisable to maintain hygiene and keep washing the hand towels frequently. It goes without saying that alternatively there should be a separate towel for each member of the family, and a separate clean towel for guests.

Additionally, if you are infected, you are strongly recommended to properly dispose of any tissue paper you use in the toilet. If tissue paper is not disposed of properly after use, it may lead to the breeding of the virus.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle:

Researchers suggest that healthy nutritious food along with exercise can help prevent the common cold because it helps in boosting immunity. It is equally important to maintain a healthy lifestyle (proper sleep, healthy nutrition, exercise) so that your immune system can effectively fight infectious viruses.

Lower your stress levels:

Researchers suggest that there is a strong connection between stressful conditions and people with emotional imbalance having weaker immune systems. They easily fall prey to infectious viruses. Hence you are recommended to find ways to de-stress yourself and keep tensions and stress at bay.

Diagnosis of Common Cold

People hardly visit the doctor for diagnosing common cold. But when the symptoms worsen, visiting the doctor becomes necessary for the identification of the nature of viral infection, its symptoms and its diagnosis. In case the symptoms persist for a week or more, you are highly recommended to get a blood test done (basic blood count test or CBC) and consult the doctor without any further delay. Your doctor will help you detect whether it is the common cold or any other infection.

If you have been diagnosed with a common cold, then you should expect the virus to stay in your body for a duration of seven to ten days. Health specialists suggest that a condition like flu may also get cured within 7 days. However, if the symptoms do not subside within a week it may be due to some other pathogen (germs) invading your body’s system.

To find out whether the symptoms are of flu or common cold, your doctors may suggest you get blood tests done. Since the symptoms of both diseases (flu and common cold) are so similar, the correct diagnosis will help you to ascertain the correct line of treatment and ensure quick relief.

Common Cold Treatment

There is no specific treatment for common cold. Your doctor may recommend multivitamins to help deal and cope with it. The treatment focuses on two main areas

  • To make you feel better
  • To help your body to fight the virus effectively.

Physicians suggest a lot of resting during the treatment of common cold.

  • You are recommended to take proper sleep for 10-12 hours at night.
  • You are highly recommended to keep yourself hydrated so drink water as much as you can. By doing so it will help the phlegm (mucus) to dissolve and reduce the blockage in the throat.
  • As you may already know that there is no specific medicine which can treat common cold. But by treating the symptoms of common cold effectively results in giving the affected person ample relief.
  • For children who have a fever with body temperature 100.5F or more along with body pain, paracetamol is recommended by physicians. You are urged to not take any medicine without consulting your doctor first.
  • For adults suffering from fever and body ache, paracetamol can be safely taken after consulting a physician. If fever persists for more than a days, then blood tests may be required to ascertain and rule out other diseases.
  • To treat throat pain, a cup of hot saline (salty) water can be used for gargle to bring relief.

Specific classes of medicines such as pseudoephedrine help in clearing the nasal passage and throat passage. Decongestant (nose spray) such as oxymetazoline are also found to be extremely helpful in helping patients cope with common cold. However, health specialists also suggest that these decongestants should not be used for more than 3-5 days since this may result in blockage and show a rebound effect along with side effects. This means that there is a possibility that more congestion can happen with the formation of phlegm (mucus) in the nose and throat and there will be an increase in the blockage in the throat. Research also hints that pseudoephedrine can also lead to an increase in the blood pressure and make the heart beat faster. Antibiotics are prescribed only if your doctor suspects a bacterial infection.

We strongly recommend you to not self-medicate and to consult a doctor especially if you are suffering from heart problems, high blood pressure, cancer, diabetes and thyroid conditions.

Common Cold Complications

Common Cold usually clears out without causing any serious health hazard. A visit to a doctor may not even be necessary in most cases. However, if the symptoms persist for 10 days or more, there may be an underlying condition that needs to be addressed, or in rare cases, it could trigger another problem such as acute bronchitis or an asthma attack. Here are some of the conditions that can be a result of untreated or persistent common cold:

  • Acute Ear Infection
    Is a painful condition in which fluids fill up near the eardrum regions causing fluid leakage from the ears and discomfort. It is often accompanied by fever and goes away between 1-2 weeks. Hot compresses are recommended and there could be a possibility for the condition to aggravate if left untreated. Topical medicines (ear drops) are prescribed to children to bring some relief. In some cases, the doctor also recommends certain painkillers and antibiotics to control the infection.
     
  • Acute Sinusitis
    This is the infection of the sinus cave (back of the eye sockets, nasal passage, and cheeks) accompanied by pain, blocked nose, fever, sore throat, loss of taste and bad breath. If left untreated could lead to viruses and bacterias trapped in the sinus passage causing a lengthy treatment procedure.  
     
  • Asthma Attack
    This condition is particularly characterised by the sudden constriction of the airway passage which leads to breathing difficulties. It has been observed that the lining of the airway passage undergoes inflammation causing severe troubles in breathing. Doctors recommend immediate medications such as (inhalers) to treat asthmatic attacks. If you or anyone near you are experiencing asthma attack do not hesitate to call your doctor or hospitalise immediately.
     
  • Pneumonia
    As the name suggests pneumonia is caused by bacteria called streptococcus pneumonia which causes infection in the lung and swells the airway sacs of the one or both the lungs. This condition needs immediate medical attention. Pneumonia is often accompanied by a severe cough, phlegm(mucus), fever, chest pain and shortness of breath. You are urged not ignore symptoms especially if you are having pneumonia along with asthma.
     
  • Acute bronchitis
    Acute bronchitis is caused by certain viruses the most common symptoms are cough, sore throat, chest pain and breathing difficulties. Acute bronchitis may last for a few weeks or longer. Usually, a doctor recommends an x-ray to diagnose acute bronchitis and rule out any other underlying condition.
Dr. Vimal Raj

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Medicines for Common Cold

Medicines listed below are available for Common Cold. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
AldayAlday 10 Mg Tablet19.0
AleridAlerid 10 Mg Tablet16.0
AllercetAllercet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Avil NuAvil Nu 10 Mg Tablet20.0
CetirizCetiriz 5 Mg Syrup35.0
CetzineCetzine 10 Mg Tablet16.0
TrizTriz 5 Mg Syrup42.0
ZyncetZyncet 10 Mg Syrup32.0
ZyrtecZyrtec 10 Mg Drop51.0
AcetAcet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
AgrocetAgrocet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
Alcet(Acron)Alcet 10 Mg Tablet11.0
AlcitraAlcitra 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Alday KidAlday Kid 5 Mg Syrup50.0
AlerblocAlerbloc 10 Mg Tablet20.0
AlergidAlergid 10 Mg Tablet19.0
AlertacAlertac 10 Mg Tablet10.0
AllerginAllergin Tablet95.0
AllerzineAllerzine 10 Mg Tablet98.0
AlocetAlocet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
AnglocetAnglocet 5 Mg Syrup47.0
AntizedAntized 10 Mg Tablet16.0
ArpicetArpicet 10 Mg Tablet3.0
AtozineAtozine Tablet19.0
AtrizAtriz 10 Mg Tablet17.0
AtzineAtzine 10 Mg Tablet15.0
AurocitineAurocitine 10 Mg Tablet3.0
C DayC Day 10 Mg Tablet12.0
Ceday (Hiquem Lab)Ceday 10 Mg Tablet18.0
Certen (Wens Pharma)Certen 10 Mg Tablet16.0
CetagCetag 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CetcipCetcip 10 Mg Capsule20.0
Cetcip ColdCetcip Cold 5 Mg Tablet9.0
CetfastCetfast 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CetgelCetgel 10 Mg Capsule35.0
CeticadCeticad 1 Mg Syrup15.0
CetinCetin 10 Mg Syrup15.0
CetinamCetinam 10 Mg Tablet36.0
Cetipen LvCetipen Lv 5 Mg Tablet4.0
Cetiz (Medley)Cetiz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetlergyCetlergy 10 Mg Tablet18.0
CetlongCetlong 5 Mg Syrup28.0
CetmaxCetmax 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetmetCetmet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Cetmet ColdCetmet Cold Tablet32.0
Cetmet LeoCetmet Leo 5 Mg Tablet24.0
Cetmet XpCetmet Xp Syrup53.0
CetnazCetnaz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cetoz (Marc Pharma)Cetoz 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetqCetq Tablet17.0
CetralCetral 10 Mg Syrup9.0
Cetral OCetral O 10 Mg Tablet3.0
CetramacCetramac 10 Mg Syrup11.0
CetriconCetricon 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CetrikaaCetrikaa 10 Mg Tablet35.0
CetrimarkCetrimark 10 Mg Tablet1.0
CetrinatCetrinat 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetrineCetrine 1 Mg Syrup21.0
CetriplusCetriplus 300 Mg/10 Mg Tablet0.0
CetripraCetripra Syrup35.0
Cetrish AdCetrish Ad 5 Mg Tablet34.0
CetrisonCetrison 10 Mg Syrup22.0
CetritabCetritab 10 Mg Tablet28.0
CetritopCetritop 10 Mg Tablet22.0
CetriverCetriver 10 Mg Tablet19.0
CetriwalCetriwal 10 Mg Tablet25.0
CetrizetCetrizet 10 Mg Tablet16.0
Cetirizine TabletCetrizine 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Cetrizine (Jan Aushadhi)Cetrizine 10 Mg Tablet4.0
Cetrizine 5 Mg/ 5 MlCetrizine 5 Mg/ 5 Ml21.0
Cetriz (Moxy)Cetriz Tablet41.0
CettopCettop 10 Mg Tablet15.0
CetwinCetwin 10 Mg Syrup11.0
CetzedCetzed 5 Mg Tablet20.0
CezenCezen 100 Mg Tablet Dt101.0
Cezen (Zenith)Cezen 200 Mg Tablet192.0
CezinCezin 10 Mg Tablet5.0
CilzineCilzine Tablet25.0
Citizen TabletCitizen 10 Mg Tablet Dt18.0
Citiz (Aaron)Citiz Tablet18.0
CitritoCitrito 10 Mg Tablet18.0
CitzenCitzen 10 Mg Tablet23.0
CongyCongy Tablet19.0
CopeCope 10 Mg Tablet Md18.0
CoszinCoszin 10 Mg Tablet26.0
CtcomCtcom 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Ctz (Psychotropics)Ctz 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Ctz L SyrupCtz L Syrup46.0
Day OneDay One 10 Mg Tablet1.0
D CetD Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
D Cet (Biomedica)D Cet Syrup29.0
Dicet LDicet L 5 Mg Tablet35.0
DorizDoriz 10 Mg Tablet17.0
EkonEkon 10 Mg Tablet18.0
ElgnilElgnil 10 Mg Tablet2.0
EltrizinEltrizin 10 Mg Tablet11.0
FloraminFloramin 10 Mg Tablet12.0
G CetG Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
G Cet PG Cet P Tablet28.0
HicetHicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
HistacidHistacid Tablet22.0
HistrizHistriz Tablet15.0
Incid LIncid L 10 Mg Tablet16.0
KivicetKivicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
KocetKocet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
LocetLocet 5 Mg Syrup18.0
Lodizine Ft (Flash Tab)Lodizine Ft 10 Mg Tablet2.0
Mast 1Mast 1 10 Mg Tablet20.0
McetMcet 10 Mg Tablet15.0
MdzimeMdzime 5 Mg Syrup20.0
Mycet (Mor)Mycet 10 Mg Tablet25.0
MycetMycet Tablet10.0
OdacetOdacet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Okacet TabletOkacet 10 Mg Tablet16.0
One A DayOne A Day 5 Mg Syrup13.0
PanzinPanzin 40 Mg Tablet82.0
ParcetParcet 10 Mg Tablet21.0
RetzineRetzine Tablet19.0
RinitrinRinitrin 10 Mg Tablet18.0
SatrinSatrin 10 Mg Tablet13.0
SetrideSetride 10 Mg Tablet20.0
SimozineSimozine 10 Mg Tablet Dt15.0
SizonSizon 10 Mg Tablet16.0
SpalcetSpalcet 5 Mg Syrup8.0
SupresSupres 10 Mg Tablet25.0
SytraSytra 10 Mg Tablet17.0
TancetTancet 10 Mg Tablet2.0
TaurcetTaurcet 10 Mg Tablet15.0
TencolTencol Tablet40.0
TerizineTerizine 10 Mg Tablet72.0
TricetTricet 5 Mg Tablet Dt16.0
TuzinTuzin 10 Mg Tablet16.0
Unicet (Rhombus)Unicet 10 Mg Tablet11.0
ZcetZcet 10 Mg Tablet14.0
ZenridZenrid Tablet20.0
ZeritinZeritin 10 Mg Tablet3.0
Zin TabletZin 10 Mg Tablet23.0
ZineZine 10 Mg Tablet33.0
ZingZing 10 Mg Syrup84.0
ZolongZolong 10 Mg Tablet18.0
ZycetZycet 10 Mg Tablet18.0
Acet PlusAcet Plus Syrup19.0
AglocetAglocet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
Alcet TabletAlcet Tablet1.0
Alego LAlego L Tablet24.0
AlegoAlego 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Alergin NfAlergin Nf 5 Mg Syrup22.0
AlermedAlermed 180 Mg Tablet67.0
AlfreeAlfree Tablet11.0
AllerhinAllerhin 5 Mg Syrup34.0
AllsetAllset 10 Mg Tablet84.0
Alzine LAlzine L Tablet20.0
AlzineAlzine 5 Mg Syrup72.0
AnzinAnzin 10 Mg32.0
Bio ActBio Act 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cefid (Radicura)Cefid Tablet15.0
CerzinCerzin 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CetemedCetemed Tablet2.0
CeteridCeterid 10 Mg Tablet3.0
CetezeCeteze Syrup11.0
Ceticad PlusCeticad Plus Tablet5.0
CetipenCetipen Tablet2.0
Cetiriz GCetiriz G Syrup17.0
CetizCetiz 5 Mg Syrup18.0
CetmakCetmak 10 Mg Tablet1.0
CetnirCetnir Syrup11.0
Cet PCet P Syrup39.0
CetractCetract 10 Mg Tablet20.0
CetrahistCetrahist 10 Mg Tablet27.0
CetreeCetree 10 Mg Tablet9.0
CetridocCetridoc 10 Mg Tablet21.0
CetridCetrid Tablet14.0
Cetrish DCetrish D 1 Mg Syrup33.0
CetrishCetrish 10 Mg Tablet30.0
Cetirizin SyrupCetrizin Syrup8.0
Cetrizine (Intas)Cetrizine 1 Mg Syrup22.0
Cetrizine (Makers)Cetrizine Tablet29.0
Cet (Targof)Cet 10 Mg Tablet17.0
Cetvik LvCetvik Lv Tablet38.0
Cetwin (Win Medicare)Cetwin Tablet24.0
CistinCistin 5 Mg Syrup35.0
CiticadCiticad 10 Mg Tablet2.0
CitimedCitimed 250 Mg Syrup7.0
CitlaCitla Tablet19.0
CitolCitol 10 Mg Tablet Dt16.0
CitrazanCitrazan 10 Mg Tablet13.0
CitrexCitrex Tablet10.0
Ct (Ampus)Ct 10 Mg Softgel34.0
CzenCzen Syrup21.0
DailyDaily Tablet17.0
DicetDicet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
EkocetEkocet 10 Mg Tablet10.0
EncetEncet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
EnzominEnzomin Capsule149.0
EvocetEvocet Tablet1.0
Fastcet PlusFastcet Plus Tablet27.0
FastcetFastcet 10 Mg Tablet19.0
FormicetFormicet 10 Mg Tablet20.0
HealcetHealcet 5 Mg Syrup34.0
HisnofilHisnofil 10 Mg Tablet36.0
HistacetHistacet 10 Mg Tablet3.0
InalamInalam Tablet18.0
Inalam LInalam L Tablet31.0
IncetIncet Tablet2.0
IntazinIntazin 10 Mg Tablet2.0
LgnilLgnil 5 Mg Syrup14.0
LiancetLiancet Tablet34.0
LincocetLincocet Tablet16.0
LodizineLodizine Syrup11.0
LupicetLupicet Syrup11.0
Novahist (Micro)Novahist 10 Mg Tablet2.0
N ZinN Zin 10 Mg Tablet26.0
Okacet AxOkacet Ax Tablet50.0
Perizine (Leeford)Perizine Syrup10.0
PiracitPiracit 10 Mg Tablet2.0
RincetRincet 10 Mg Tablet21.0
SetorSetor Tablet1.0
StanhistStanhist 10 Mg Tablet13.0
Suhit ColdSuhit Cold Tablet49.0
SviztrinSviztrin 50 Mg Tablet1.0
TrigTrig 10 Mg Tablet17.0
Unicet (Unichem)Unicet Syrup25.0
UrtizineUrtizine 10 Mg Tablet19.0
Urtizine LUrtizine L Tablet25.0
WincetWincet Tablet20.0
Wincet PlusWincet Plus Tablet20.0
ZeneZene 10 Mg Tablet19.0
ZinZin Syrup12.0
ZolaseZolase 5 Mg Syrup31.0
AlidexAlidex 2 Mg Tablet12.0
AllerminAllermin 4 Mg Tablet35.0
BioflaxacinBioflaxacin Tablet10.0
CadistinCadistin 4 Mg Tablet41.0
Hista 12Hista 12 Tablet16.0
Histanil (Troikka)Histanil Syrup31.0
OptizincOptizinc Eye Drops40.0
Piriton UPiriton U 2 Mg/5 Ml Syrup38.0
RidylRidyl Tablet13.0
Topex CdTopex Cd Syrup79.0
Alcorid PAlcorid P 100 Ml Suspension62.0
Ingahist (Inga)Ingahist 4 Mg Tablet28.0
PiritonPiriton 2.5 Mg/125 Mg/55 Mg Expectorant64.0
PolaraminePolaramine 0.5 Mg/5 Ml Syrup20.0
Cpm (Kim)Cpm Injection5.0
Daslin PDaslin P Liquid17.0
1 Al1 Al 10 Mg Tablet38.0
HhlevoHhlevo 5 Mg Tablet52.0
LavetaLaveta 10 Mg Tablet160.0
LecopeLecope Syrup26.0
LevocetLevocet Syrup29.0
LevosizLevosiz 10 Mg Tablet22.0
LezyncetLezyncet 10 Mg Tablet90.0
TeczineTeczine 10 Mg Tablet160.0
VozetVozet 5 Mg Tablet53.0
XyzalXyzal 10 Mg Tablet114.0
Ah PlusAh Plus Tablet60.0
AlciAlci 5 Mg Tablet25.0
Alcit (Alive)Alcit Tablet12.0
Alday ActiveAlday Active 5 Mg Tablet42.0
AlercyAlercy 5 Mg Tablet95.0
Alergid LAlergid L 5 Mg Tablet6.0
Alersin TotalAlersin Total Tablet125.0
AlertusAlertus 5 Mg Syrup44.0
AllegoneAllegone 5 Mg Tablet3.0
Allercet LAllercet L 5 Mg Tablet43.0
Allerhin LAllerhin L 2.5 Mg Syrup30.0
Allerzine LAllerzine L 5 Mg Tablet27.0
AnticetAnticet Tablet38.0
ArgellaArgella 5 Mg Tablet31.0
Brethmol PlusBrethmol Plus Syrup47.0
Cerzin LCerzin L 2.50 Mg Syrup11.0
CetimaxCetimax 10 Mg Tablet25.0
Cetq LCetq L 5 Mg Tablet22.0
CetrilivCetriliv 5 Mg Tablet43.0
CetsafeCetsafe Tablet37.0
Congy LCongy L Tablet55.0
CovelCovel 10 Mg Tablet81.0
DaylongDaylong Tablet30.0
Ekon XlEkon Xl 5 Mg Tablet Md35.0
ElrizElriz 5 Mg Tablet56.0
EluElu 2.5 Mg Syrup25.0
ElzinElzin 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Elzin (Mayflower)Elzin Tablet25.0
HatricHatric 2.5 Mg/5 Ml Syrup27.0
Hista LcHista Lc Tablet25.0
Incid MdIncid Md 5 Mg Tablet57.0
IziIzi 5 Mg Tablet14.0
Izi MdIzi Md 5 Mg Tablet39.0
Kocet LKocet L 5 Mg Tablet5.0
L 5L 5 5 Mg Capsule17.0
L AleridL Alerid Syrup27.0
L AtrizL Atriz 5 Mg Tablet20.0
L Atriz ML Atriz M Tablet45.0
LazineLazine Syrup29.0
L CitizL Citiz 5 Mg Tablet26.0
LczLcz 10 Mg Tablet27.0
L Dio 1L Dio 1 10 Mg Tablet8.0
LecyLecy 10 Mg Tablet17.0
LehistLehist 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LejetLejet Syrup42.0
LemavLemav 5 Mg Tablet50.0
LeocetinLeocetin 5 Mg Tablet34.0
Le OneLe One 5 Mg Tablet14.0
Leo (Times)Leo Tablet14.0
LerafilLerafil 5 Mg Tablet40.0
LerzinLerzin 5 Mg Tablet24.0
LesafeLesafe Tablet45.0
LesetLeset 5 Mg Tablet Md55.0
LetrasLetras Tablet14.0
LevocetirizineLevocetirizine 5 Mg Tablet4.0
LevocinLevocin 500 Mg Tablet39.0
Levodil (Psychotropics)Levodil 10 Mg Tablet6.0
LevohistLevohist 5 Mg Tablet14.0
LevolyteLevolyte 5 Mg Tablet22.0
LevomastLevomast 2.5 Mg Syrup27.0
LevoridLevorid 5 Mg Tablet55.0
LevorizeLevorize Tablet25.0
LevosetLevoset Tablet31.0
LevotacLevotac 500 Mg Tablet8.0
LevotrigLevotrig 2.5 Mg Syrup24.0
LevotrinLevotrin 5 Mg Tablet23.0
Levozet (Cadila)Levozet 25 Mg Suspension9.0
Levozet (Medicowin)Levozet Tablet13.0
Levozin (Moraceae)Levozin 2.5 Mg Syrup24.0
Le ZenridLe Zenrid Tablet28.0
Lezo MdLezo Md 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LhistrizLhistriz Tablet19.0
LicitLicit Tablet37.0
L LodizinL Lodizin 5 Mg Tablet5.0
Lod(Solderma)Lod 5 Mg Capsule30.0
LuvleLuvle Tablet20.0
LvtLvt 2.5 Mg Syrup20.0
Lycet (Angeas)Lycet 10 Mg Tablet187.0
MaxcetMaxcet 5 Mg Tablet28.0
MocetMocet Tablet18.0
Okacet LOkacet L 5 Mg Tablet52.0
OrielOriel 10 Mg Tablet37.0
ProventProvent 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Retzine LRetzine L Tablet50.0
Rincet LRincet L 2.5 Mg Syrup23.0
SafecetSafecet 10 Mg Tablet72.0
SigcetSigcet 5 Mg Tablet35.0
SpalcSpalc 5 Mg Tablet5.0
TacxineTeczine Tablet 5 Mg62.0
ThermalThermal 5 Mg Tablet38.0
VelcetVelcet 10 Mg Tablet30.0
VotaVota Md 5 Mg Tablet34.0
XevorXevor 5 Mg Tablet68.0
ZenomZenom 5 Mg Tablet18.0
ZipcetZipcet 2.5 Mg Syrup27.0
Zirlon LZirlon L 5 Mg Tablet33.0
ZocetZocet Tablet33.0
Zycet LZycet L Zycet L Tablet32.0
ZyleraZylera 5 Mg Tablet56.0
AlcetAlcet 5 Mg Tablet40.0
AldineAldine 5 Mg Tablet28.0
AlerdainAlerdain 5 Mg Tablet39.0
AlerfixAlerfix 5 Mg Tablet35.0
AlerkabAlerkab Tablet20.0
AlertinAlertin 5 Mg Tablet26.0
Alert LAlert L 5 Mg Tablet33.0
AlertrizAlertriz 5 Mg Tablet32.0
Alevict PlusAlevict Plus Tablet42.0
AlevictAlevict 2.5 Mg Syrup31.0
AlidilAlidil 5 Mg Tablet19.0
AllerdestAllerdest 5 Mg Tablet12.0
AlleroneAllerone 5 Mg Tablet50.0
AllfitAllfit Tablet3.0
AllriteAllrite 5 Mg Tablet62.0
AlzeneAlzene 5 Mg Tablet18.0
AlzeroAlzero 5 Mg Tablet79.0
Ancer LAncer L 5 Mg Tablet29.0
AplevAplev 5 Mg Tablet19.0
AxcetAxcet Tablet27.0
Azal 5 Mg TabletAzal 5 Mg Tablet52.0
Betawin LcBetawin Lc 5 Mg Tablet8.0
BoroxBorox 5 Mg Tablet123.0
BrundaBrunda 5 Mg Tablet29.0
Cefid LCefid L Tablet23.0
Cetcip L TabletCetcip L 5 Mg Tablet52.0
Cetfast LCetfast L 5 Mg Tablet32.0
Cetiriz LCetiriz L 5 Mg Tablet34.0
Cetlong LCetlong L 5 Mg Tablet26.0
Cetoz LCetoz L 5 Mg Tablet35.0
CetriteCetrite 5 Mg Tablet35.0
Cistin LCistin L 5 Mg Tablet59.0
Ciz LeCiz Le Tablet24.0
CleverClever Tablet126.0
ElcetElcet 5 Mg Tablet27.0
ElzinexElzinex 5 Mg Tablet27.0
Encet LEncet L 5 Mg Tablet27.0
EthizineEthizine 5 Mg Tablet35.0
FastlevFastlev Tablet21.0
FitinFitin 5 Mg Tablet18.0
FlamosetFlamoset 5 Mg Syrup27.0
FreeFree Tablet22.0
GenlevoGenlevo 5 Mg Tablet7.0
GlencetGlencet 5 Mg Tablet19.0
Healcet LHealcet L Tablet27.0
Hicet LHicet L 5 Mg Tablet43.0
HistabanHistaban 5 Mg Tablet28.0
HistachekHistachek 5 Mg Tablet25.0
IntizoxIntizox 1.16% Gel63.0
KlocetKlocet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
KoltusKoltus Tablet37.0
LabocetLabocet 5 Mg Tablet4.0
L ArpicetL Arpicet 5 Mg Tablet8.0
LcbitLcbit Tablet20.0
L CetraL Cetra Tablet23.0
Lc (Pharm)Lc 5 Mg Tablet21.0
Lct1Lct1 Tablet9.0
Lc (Troikaa)Lc 2.5 Mg Tablet20.0
Lc TroyLc Troy 5 Mg Tablet28.0
LealLeal 5 Mg Tablet29.0
LebestLebest Tablet28.0
LecentaLecenta 5 Mg Syrup34.0
LecenzaLecenza 5 Mg Tablet3.0
LecetLecet 5 Mg Tablet2.0
LecetzyLecetzy 5 Mg Tablet26.0
LedayLeday 5 Mg Tablet18.0
LeetLeet Syrup26.0
LencyLency 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LeomLeom Tablet30.0
LestalLestal 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LevappLevapp Tablet35.0
Levee CtLevee Ct Tablet18.0
LevocetzineLevocetzine Syrup11.0
LevochampLevochamp 5 Mg Tablet42.0
LevodecLevodec Tablet30.0
LevodusLevodus 500 Mg Tablet18.0
LevogelLevogel 5 Mg Capsule32.0
LevohextLevohext 5 Mg Tablet21.0
Levo HistLevo Hist Tablet14.0
LevonitrinLevonitrin 5 Mg Tablet22.0
LevoplanLevoplan 5 Mg Tablet19.0
LevorizLevoriz 20 Mg Tablet24.0
LevoscotLevoscot 5 Mg Tablet37.0
Levosetride DLevosetride D Tablet4.0
LevotineLevotine 5 Mg Tablet29.0
LevotisLevotis 5 Mg Tablet3.0
LevotizLevotiz 5 Mg Tablet38.0
LevozealLevozeal Tablet21.0
Levozin (Pci Pharma)Levozin Tablet4.0
Lezen (Khandelwel)Lezen 5 Mg Tablet5.0
LezinLezin 5 Mg Tablet49.0
LezineLezine 5 Mg Tablet30.0
LfastLfast 5 Mg Tablet35.0
LitLit 300 Mg Tablet15.0
Lit TabLit Tab14.0
LivcetLivcet Tablet36.0
LivogelLivogel Capsule23.0
LivotecLivotec Tablet30.0
LivyLivy Tablet31.0
Locet LLocet L 5 Mg Tablet12.0
LovirocLoviroc Tablet14.0
L SmaartL Smaart Tablet32.0
Lt ZineLt Zine Tablet25.0
LyncetLyncet Tablet39.0
LyzevacLyzevac Tablet32.0
L ZeneL Zene Tablet28.0
MagnacetMagnacet 5 Mg Tablet25.0
MozzyMozzy 5 Mg Tablet23.0
NexcetNexcet 5 Mg Tablet31.0
OkayOkay 5 Mg Tablet25.0
PalevoPalevo 5 Mg Tablet31.0
Perizine (Olcare)Perizine 5 Mg Tablet25.0
PrimecetPrimecet 5 Mg Tablet5.0
RecetryRecetry 5 Mg Tablet29.0
Rinocet AcRinocet Ac Tablet30.0
RinocetRinocet 5 Mg Tablet15.0
RiziRizi 5 Mg Tablet21.0
SetinmtSetinmt Tablet47.0
Simozine LSimozine L Tablet23.0
StarcetStarcet 5 Mg Tablet41.0
SuhitSuhit Tablet25.0
VerizetVerizet 5 Mg Tablet30.0
VocetVocet 5 Mg Tablet19.0
VocetinVocetin 5 Mg Tablet31.0
VoiceVoice Tablet12.0
VoltrizVoltriz Tablet24.0
VotzVotz 5 Mg Tablet25.0
Wincet LWincet L Tablet25.0
Wincet PWincet P Syrup31.0
XenocetXenocet 5 Mg Tablet13.0
XyzacXyzac 5 Mg Tablet57.0
ZeezZeez 5 Mg Tablet29.0
ZerolerZeroler Tablet30.0
Zeroler MZeroler M 5 Mg Tablet92.0
ZoomcetZoomcet Tablet28.0
SolvinSolvin 30 Mg/4 Mg Tablet42.0
Q.MontQ.Mont 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet129.0
1 Al Max1 Al Max 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet71.5
1 Al M1 Al M Syrup65.0
Abolish MAbolish M Tablet80.0
AirlungAirlung 2.5 Mg/4 Mg Syrup65.0
AirtekAirtek 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet89.1
Akair LcAkair Lc 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet125.0
Akair Lc KidAkair Lc Kid 4 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet68.96
Alerdain MAlerdain M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet97.9
Alerdain M KidAlerdain M Kid 4 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet Dt56.11
Alerfix MAlerfix M 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet104.5
Alersin MAlersin M 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet95.0
AllermaxAllermax 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet88.0
Alocet MAlocet M 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet87.0
Alzero MAlzero M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet82.5
Alzero M KidAlzero M Kid 4 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet64.0
Asthamon LAsthamon L 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet119.7
Betawin MBetawin M 2.5 Mg/4 Mg Syrup52.37
Breaze LBreaze L 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet88.0
Brunda MBrunda M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet79.9
Ccgesic MCcgesic M Tablet61.95
Cetrite PlusCetrite Plus 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet88.0
Cetrite Plus KidCetrite Plus Kid 4 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet45.0
CoekastleCoekastle 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet110.0
Coekastle KidCoekastle Kid 4 Mg/2.5 Mg Tablet69.0
Decofed MDecofed M Tablet70.0
Dilovent MDilovent M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet79.0
Ebmont LEbmont L 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet65.0
Elu LcElu Lc 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet69.0
Fluencia LFluencia L 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet85.0
Hhlevo MHhlevo M 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet90.0
Incid UltraIncid Ultra 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet115.0
InfinairInfinair 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet84.7
Izi PlusIzi Plus 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet101.05
Jotair LJotair L 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet89.5
Lasma Lc KidLasma Lc Kid 2.5 Mg/4 Mg Syrup65.0
Laveta MLaveta M Kid Tablet69.0
Lecy MLecy M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet65.0
Lejet MLejet M 10 Mg/5 Mg Tablet62.0
LekastLekast Kmd Tablet49.0
CofrylCofryl 25 Mg Syrup68.5
DifDif 25 Mg Suspension37.9
ZendrylZendryl 25 Mg Capsule17.25
AldrylAldryl Soft Gelatin Capsule11.12
ApnicafApnicaf Injection849.18
CafirateCafirate 20 Mg Injection346.0
CapneaCapnea 20 Mg Injection473.0
Caladryl(Piramal)Caladryl Lotion56.45
MeladrylMeladryl 1% W/V Lotion45.0
Alocet XlAlocet Xl 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup39.0
AchridAchrid 400 Mg/325 Mg/30 Mg Tablet8.25
Ibutran PlusIbutran Plus 400 Mg/500 Mg/25 Mg Tablet17.13
Imol PlusImol Plus Tablet11.2
IpeceeIpecee 400 Mg/500 Mg/65 Mg Tablet7.71
ActAct 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet33.68
Alday AmAlday Am 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet33.1
AmbcetAmbcet 5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup41.0
Ambcet ColdAmbcet Cold 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet49.0
Broncocet AmBroncocet Am Syrup42.86
Car CaCar Ca Syrup37.33
Car OdCar Od Tablet71.94
CetaxolCetaxol Tablet35.0
Cetzine ACetzine A 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet38.75
Levolyte ALevolyte A 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet41.9
Onimex CzOnimex Cz 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup61.47
PedicofPedicof 30 Mg/2.5 Mg Syrup49.6
RelentRelent 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup57.0
Relent PlusRelent Plus 5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup62.5
Taurcet ATaurcet A 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet22.87
Zirlon AhZirlon Ah 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup39.98
ZyrcoldZyrcold 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup49.94
Amcet ColdAmcet Cold 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet49.0
AmcoldAmcold 5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup48.0
Amrol CAmrol C Syrup36.06
Cet ACet A Tablet51.1
CetcorCetcor Tablet35.0
Cetemed AmCetemed Am Tablet15.25
Cetlong PlusCetlong Plus 2.5 Mg/15 Mg Syrup38.62
Cetrison ACetrison A Tablet31.28
Citimed AmCitimed Am 10 Mg/60 Mg Tablet7.5
Fastcet AxFastcet Ax 10 Mg/30 Mg Tablet26.66
Hicet AxHicet Ax 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup54.44
Intazin AmIntazin Am 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet26.0
RebreathRebreath Syrup32.62
Trig ArTrig Ar Syrup39.9
Unicet AUnicet A Syrup39.0
Zyncet AZyncet A Tablet20.7
ActicoldActicold 500 Mg/60 Mg/4 Mg Tablet49.0
ActicratActicrat Tablet19.05
Acticuf CdActicuf Cd 2 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
ColdmanColdman 2.5 Mg/250 Mg Syrup56.99
SoothexSoothex 2 Mg/30 Mg Liquid0.0
AlcoldAlcold 5 Mg/120 Mg Tablet21.13
AridArid 10 Mg/60 Mg Tablet26.47
Cetrifed DCetrifed D 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet22.47
MedicoldMedicold Tablet40.0
Tudex CsTudex Cs Syrup26.93
Zenrid DZenrid D Tablet37.2
Zyrtec DZyrtec D 5 Mg/120 Mg Capsule34.83
CefedCefed Tablet45.85
Cetiriz DCetiriz D 5 Mg/120 Mg Tablet19.62
Cetra DcCetra Dc 10 Mg/60 Mg Tablet35.0
Cetrizet DCetrizet D 5 Mg/120 Mg Tablet42.0
Cozymin AfCozymin Af Drops38.1
EltrifedEltrifed 5 Mg/60 Mg Tablet42.16
Encet D (Endocare)Encet D 10 Mg/30 Mg Tablet35.0
Hicet DcHicet Dc 10 Mg/60 Mg Tablet51.94
Intazin DIntazin D 5 Mg/120 Mg Tablet6.25
Intazin LdIntazin Ld Tablet5.0
Locet DLocet D 5 Mg/120 Mg Tablet20.0
SinoclearSinoclear Syrup25.46
SofcoldSofcold Tablet21.1
Alday AgAlday Ag 30 Mg/5 Mg/50 Mg Syrup69.5
Alday RdAlday Rd 5 Mg/20 Mg Tablet32.45
LemosonLemoson 10 Mg/10 Mg Tablet18.15
Zyncet DZyncet D 5 Mg/10 Mg Tablet41.0
Allercet DcAllercet Dc 10 Mg/10 Mg Tablet51.94
KolqKolq Capsule35.0
AlernylAlernyl 5 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Altime Cf JuniorAltime Cf Junior 5 Mg/10 Mg Syrup59.0
Cetmet TcfCetmet Tcf 5 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
RekofRekof 5 Mg/10 Mg Syrup45.9
Allegone ColdAllegone Cold Tablet0.0
Cetriliv AcCetriliv Ac Tablet0.0
Lcz ColdLcz Cold Syrup62.7
VotcoldVotcold Tablet0.0
AkuminicAkuminic 5 Mg/2 Mg Syrup47.8
AncerAncer Tablet49.5
CoscoldCoscold Tablet65.5
Elfecol TabletElfecol Tablet46.11
Imol ColdImol Cold 325 Tablet54.5
L Dio PlusL Dio Plus Tablet27.47
NozexlNozexl Tablet54.0
NozukaNozuka Tablet37.5
Pa ColdPa Cold Tablet31.33
Respicure TabRespicure Tab Tablet40.0
Wikoryl LWikoryl L Tablet45.55
Zincold LpZincold Lp Tablet32.37
Alocet DAlocet D 5 Mg/10 Mg/5 Mg Syrup71.0
Childryl ZChildryl Z Syrup57.05
Alkof AAlkof A Syrup31.25
Alkof LiquidAlkof Liquid22.2
Decoril DxDecoril Dx Syrup 100 Ml60.0
Altime CfAltime Cf Syrup0.0
Arid DArid D Syrup0.0
Cetmet AccCetmet Acc Tablet0.0
Biterles PlusBiterles Plus Syrup55.0
Retherma CdRetherma Cd Syrup38.41
Ambrolite DAmbrolite D 30 Mg/10 Mg/5 Mg Syrup0.0
D CofD Cof Syrup0.0
GalirexGalirex Syrup Syrup 5 Mg/10 Mg/5 Mg0.0
TurboTurbo 30 Mg/10 Mg/5 Mg Syrup0.0
Cz TusCz Tus Syrup65.0
DrykofDrykof 15 Mg/5 Mg/2.5 Mg Syrup56.57
Kaff DmKaff Dm Syrup51.23
Megavent DMegavent D Syrup59.52
Xpect AXpect A Syrup64.0
BiorexBiorex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Chupp CChupp C 10 Mg/4 Mg Syrup0.0
C KofC Kof 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
C KoffC Koff Syrup0.0
CodeliteCodelite 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CodexCodex 4 Mg/10 Mg Expectorant0.0
CodiconCodicon 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CodimarcCodimarc 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CodistarCodistar 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CodylCodyl 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CodziCodzi 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CofstayCofstay Syrup0.0
Comtus DxComtus Dx 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Comtus LinctusComtus Linctus 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
ConarilConaril 200 Mg/80 Mg Syrup0.0
CophedrinCophedrin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CoscodinCoscodin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Cosome LcdCosome Lcd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
CosydrylCosydryl 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Co TerexCo Terex Syrup0.0
CufexCufex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Daslin CdDaslin Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
DicodylDicodyl 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Elu CdElu Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
EphrilimeEphrilime 7.5 Mg/2 Mg Syrup0.0
ExiplonExiplon 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
GlucorexGlucorex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Grilinctus CdGrilinctus Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
KodexKodex 5 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
KodinKodin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Kufril CKufril C 10 Mg/4 Mg Syrup0.0
Linctus Codeinae CoLinctus Codeinae Co 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Mit S CodeineMit S Codeine 4 Mg/5 Mg Syrup0.0
Mits Linctus CodeinaeMits Linctus Codeinae 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
NyquilNyquil Cough Syrup0.0
Pencolin CPencolin C Liquid0.0
PhencodinPhencodin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
PhensedylPhensedyl 4 Mg/10 Mg Expectorant0.0
Phensicod CoughPhensicod Cough Syrup0.0
RedoRedo 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
SilenserSilenser 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
SupkofSupkof 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Xenocof DXenocof D 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Xpect CXpect C 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup0.0
Ascodex CAscodex C 10 Mg/4 Mg Syrup28.57
BronosolBronosol 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup51.53
CadicoffCadicoff Lozenges64.0
CadistarCadistar Syrup43.35
CarionCarion 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup90.0
Codectuss GrCodectuss Gr Syrup48.12
CodectussCodectuss 4 Mg/100 Mg Syrup35.62
CodineCodine 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup51.77
CodinirCodinir 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup37.5
CodirexCodirex Syrup64.06
CodorexCodorex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup76.65
CodoricCodoric 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup71.22
CodrilCodril Syrup68.58
CoffwinCoffwin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup16.6
Cozin ForteCozin Forte 4 Mg/30 Mg Tablet77.0
CozinCozin 4 Mg/10 Mg Liquid57.51
Dialex DcDialex Dc 10 Mg/4 Mg Liquid77.0
ElcodinElcodin Syrup41.25
Elderyl CElderyl C 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup50.0
Eltuss CEltuss C 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup55.0
Ephedrex CdEphedrex Cd Syrup56.35
ExtrentExtrent Syrup45.0
FaringodylFaringodyl 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup58.3
GemkofGemkof 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup69.9
GenosedylGenosedyl Syrup73.85
Glycodin PlusGlycodin Plus Syrup56.5
Indikof CIndikof C Syrup61.5
InstacodinInstacodin 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup81.0
Kofzero DcKofzero Dc Syrup30.8
LeerexLeerex Syrup75.0
NormoventNormovent Syrup69.0
Parvo CofParvo Cof Syrup65.32
PhenkuffPhenkuff 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup65.0
Phensedyl CoughPhensedyl Cough Linctus116.0
RancofRancof 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup82.5
RecodexRecodex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup20.41
Respinex CdRespinex Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup26.0
RexcodRexcod Syrup61.91
RexcofRexcof 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup41.25
Rexcof Dx SyrupRexcof Dx Syrup70.0
RextasRextas 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup79.0
Sothrex CSothrex C Syrup31.62
Thiokof CdThiokof Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup64.87
TossexTossex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup99.8
Trustyl CdTrustyl Cd 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup73.5
WocodexWocodex 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup39.81
Xepin CoughXepin Cough 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup61.25
ZepdylZepdyl 4 Mg/10 Mg Syrup75.23
ColdactColdact Capsule38.0
ColdsolColdsol Drops36.5
CozyminCozymin 125 Mg/2.5 Mg/1 Mg Drop36.0
RhinorylRhinoryl 125 Mg/15 Mg/1 Mg Syrup36.0
Scormin PScormin P 125 Mg/2.5 Mg/1 Mg Syrup30.25
KofcoldKofcold Tablet15.83
RancoldRancold 500 Mg/60 Mg/5 Mg Tablet11.0
RecozyRecozy Syrup23.8
RelcoldRelcold Syrup30.0
Seumol PlusSeumol Plus 125 Mg/15 Mg/1 Mg Syrup27.76
SudarestSudarest Syrup30.0
SynacoldSynacold Drops30.47
Aekil ColdAekil Cold Tablet15.37
LaryLary Tablet26.0
M Cold PlusM Cold Plus 125 Mg/12.5 Mg/1 G Syrup12.38
Toff PlusToff Plus Capsule69.95
ApihistApihist Tablet0.0
B HoldB Hold Tablet0.0
ColdguardColdguard Tablet0.0
Decold ( Que Pharma)Decold Tablet0.0
DeconginDecongin Tablet0.0
FluridFlurid Tablet0.0
RemcoldRemcold Tablet20.75
Rupar Cold TabletRupar Cold Tablet0.0
SinarestSinarest Tablet0.0
SolidoseSolidose Tablet0.0
SynarcinSynarcin Tablet0.0
TerexTerex Tablet0.0
Alex ColdAlex Cold Tablet41.5
AlmoletAlmolet Tablet6.0
AnadeconAnadecon Tablet16.83
Anti CcAnti Cc 125 Mg/30 Mg/2 Mg Drop39.65
AzirestAzirest Tablet31.0
ColdarestColdarest Syrup26.1
Colgin PlusColgin Plus Tablet33.0
ColginColgin Tablet19.18
ColpepColpep Drop44.0
CozitusCozitus Tablet23.75
Cozy Plus TabletCozy Plus Tablet29.95
Cr ColdCr Cold Tablet46.71
Diominic DcaDiominic Dca Tablet26.56
FebrihistFebrihist Tablet14.15
HistarineHistarine 1 Mg/125 Mg/2.5 Mg Syrup49.95
Instaryl ColdInstaryl Cold Syrup26.92
Koltus P TabletKoltus P Tablet25.5
MaxacoldMaxacold Tablet13.32
NasorylNasoryl Tablet15.31
NesorylNesoryl Tablet17.5
NezaNeza Tablet21.1
Rinostat PlusRinostat Plus Tablet23.8
SinurhonSinurhon Tablet335.67
SnizofSnizof Tablet17.6
Terpect ColdTerpect Cold Tablet22.0
Wincold CzWincold Cz Tablet27.0
Xykaa PlusXykaa Plus Tablet25.0
YashcoldYashcold Tablet28.6
ZocoldZocold Suspension38.75
AgicoldAgicold Tablet0.0
Correctal PlusCorrectal Plus Tablet0.0
RinofastRinofast Tablet0.0
Cz PlusCz Plus Tablet24.0
Laveta ColdLaveta Cold Tablet38.5
Dolopar PlusDolopar Plus Capsule26.66
Metacin ExsMetacin Exs Tablet17.28
Novalgin NuNovalgin Nu 50 Mg/650 Mg Tablet21.99
Pacimol ActivePacimol Active 50 Mg/650 Mg Tablet27.0
StopacheStopache Tablet11.0
ZimalginZimalgin 15 Mg/500 Mg Tablet21.9
Cafigesic TabletCafigesic Tablet14.43
Crocin Pain ReliefCrocin Pain Relief Tablet44.9
Combiflam PlusCombiflam Plus Tablet21.99
CapexCapex 500 Mg/25 Mg Tablet27.77
Osmocold TabletOsmocold Tablet33.65
Zyncet ColdZyncet Cold 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet56.5
Carisoma CompoundCarisoma Compound Tablet23.45
Cold GoCold Go 125 Mg/15 Mg/2 Mg Syrup0.0
Kaycold PlusKaycold Plus 125 Mg/15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet0.0
KoldridKoldrid Tablet0.0
Kold TimeKold Time 10 Mg/500 Mg/30 Mg Tablet0.0
Parcet PpParcet Pp 5 Mg/500 Mg/60 Mg Tablet0.0
ScorkoldScorkold 125 Mg/15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet9.37
Zenrid PlusZenrid Plus 5 Mg/500 Mg/60 Mg Tablet0.0
Acolate MAcolate M Tablet79.0
Cetiz ColdCetiz Cold 125 Mg/15 Mg/2 Mg Tablet28.0
Citimed ColdCitimed Cold Syrup13.4
Coldar PlusColdar Plus 125 Mg/15 Mg/2 Mg Syrup36.06
ColdwarColdwar Syrup20.98
DiecoldDiecold Tablet11.08
RadoneRadone Tablet21.0
RelifRelif Drop60.85
Sinorin PlusSinorin Plus Syrup33.33
Zincocet PZincocet P 5 Mg/500 Mg/7.5 Mg Syrup24.03
Cheston ColdCheston Cold Ds Syrup66.0
Childryl ZpChildryl Zp Syrup45.05
ColdrestColdrest Syrup28.77
ColdridColdrid 2.5 Mg/500 Mg/10 Mg Tablet22.0
Encet D PlusEncet D Plus Tablet37.5
Koldcet PKoldcet P Tablet24.0
Mucobar ColdMucobar Cold 5 Mg/5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet26.78
SneezineSneezine Tablet36.2
TocoToco Tablet19.67
Alkem ColdAlkem Cold 2.5 Mg/125 Mg/2.5 Mg Suspension35.0
Alkem PlusAlkem Plus Suspension32.0
Alkem ReliefAlkem Relief Tablet30.0
AnacoldAnacold Syrup22.26
AvocoldAvocold Syrup33.37
Cold P PlusCold P Plus Suspension26.23
Cozymin VapocapsCozymin Vapocaps Capsule37.13
CrelCrel Tablet18.1
Ctz PlusCtz Plus 10 Mg/10 Mg/20 Mg Tablet30.0
Gencold TabletGencold Tablet39.9
KokonoKokono 500 Mg/15 Mg/5 Mg Tablet36.0
KolcareKolcare Tablet23.06
Kolq PlusKolq Plus Suspension42.5
Lary CzLary Cz Tablet28.68
Leom PlusLeom Plus Tablet29.9
Mast CcMast Cc 125 Mg/12.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Syrup35.0
Okacet ColdOkacet Cold Tablet33.0
Setride ColdSetride Cold Syrup35.0
Zeecold CzZeecold Cz Tablet20.0
D Cet ForteD Cet Forte Tablet35.05
Decet BdDecet Bd 150 Mg/5 Mg Tablet0.0
EsnocofEsnocof 50 Mg/2 Mg Syrup0.0
ZinofilZinofil 150 Mg/5 Mg Tablet0.0
Zinofil ForteZinofil Forte 300 Mg/10 Mg Tablet0.0
Carcet ForteCarcet Forte Tablet26.87
Esnocof XpEsnocof Xp Syrup31.65
ChildrylChildryl Cream47.0
Cofwin PzCofwin Pz Syrup0.0
Wifi DWifi D Syrup59.95
Cofstop ZCofstop Z Syrup65.8
ColdarinColdarin Tablet16.25
AnacinAnacin 400 Mg/30 Mg Tablet447.32
MicropyrinMicropyrin Tablet3.13
Coryl CzCoryl Cz 500 Mg/25 Mg/5 Mg Tablet15.93
FricoldFricold 500 Mg/25 Mg/5 Mg Suspension31.0
G Cet PlusG Cet Plus Syrup29.5
NocoNoco 125 Mg/12.5 Mg/2.5 Mg Syrup25.96
VilcoldVilcold Syrup26.5
Actin ColdActin Cold Syrup24.8
Anglocet PlusAnglocet Plus Syrup12.31
Captol CzCaptol Cz Drops26.0
Cerzin ColdCerzin Cold Tablet23.1
Cetfast ColdCetfast Cold Tablet26.0
Cetimax ColdCetimax Cold Syrup12.02
Cetnir PlusCetnir Plus Syrup56.26
Cet Plus (Elfin)Cet Plus Syrup39.83
Cetral ColdCetral Cold Syrup12.21
Cetrikaa PlusCetrikaa Plus Tablet25.0
Chest KoldChest Kold Tablet7.37
ChestChest Tablet17.06
Coldcet PColdcet P Syrup63.81
ColdutchColdutch Tablet34.66
CrashCrash Tablet22.86
Elgnil ColdElgnil Cold Tablet6.22
Ifycet P2Ifycet P2 Tablet29.9
LevosimLevosim Syrup42.0
MucobrexMucobrex 150 Mg/2.5 Mg/2 Mg Suspension31.25
Mycet ColdMycet Cold Syrup11.25
Okacet Cold TotalOkacet Cold Total Tablet55.0
SoothinexSoothinex Tablet26.92
Terizine PlusTerizine Plus Tablet24.03
Coryl TabletCoryl Tablet0.0
D Cold TotalD Cold Total Tablet0.0
Lemolate (Morepen)Lemolate 325 Mg/32 Mg/10 Mg Tablet0.0
Crocin Cold &Amp; Flu MaxCrocin Cold &Amp; Flu Max Tablet45.32
Dolo ColdNew Dolo Cold Tablet29.5
Dolopar CcDolopar Cc Tablet20.17
Lemolate PlusLemolate Plus Tablet32.0
Parasuit Cnf TabletParasuit Cnf Tablet20.0
Elzin DxElzin Dx 2.5 Mg/10 Mg/1 Mg Syrup66.66
Indikof AIndikof A Syrup63.5
ExotusExotus 15 Mg/2.5 Mg/10 Mg/50 Mg/5 Mg Syrup73.13
Tussin DmrTussin Dmr Syrup75.0
NutrolNutrol Syrup28.67
SneecureSneecure Tablet9.62
PanjonPanjon 250 Mg/250 Mg/5 Mg Tablet20.0
Quick Action (Kopran Ltd)Quick Action Tablet15.91
Rekof CcRekof Cc Tablet0.0
RhinoRhino Tablet38.65
TalicoldTalicold Tablet21.25
SensitusSensitus 300 Mg/60 Mg/24 Mg Syrup49.0
Ascodex PlusAscodex Plus Syrup43.52
Sinarest LpSinarest Lp Tablet72.06
Lecet PlusLecet Plus Tablet22.5
PilcoldPilcold Tablet7.98
Sneecure ExtraSneecure Extra Tablet30.0
Skyryl PlusSkyryl Plus Tablet0.0
Maxtra ColdMaxtra Cold Tablet49.5
Nicip Cold &Amp; FluNicip Cold &Amp; Flu Tablet51.5
Nimupan Cold FluNimupan Cold Flu Tablet43.0
Sneezy Cold &Amp; FluNew Sneezy Cold &Amp; Flu Tablet21.0
VasograinVasograin Tablet72.5
Vicks ActionVicks Action Tablet28.75
Glycodin ActivGlycodin Activ Tablet70.0
BrexBrex Expectorant120.0
Zirlon PlusZirlon Plus Syrup42.6
FlucocideFlucocide Syrup38.0
Kuftive JuniorKuftive Junior Syrup60.0
Cofton SyrupCofton Syrup

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