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Summary

An itch is a sensation of wanting to scratch the area of the skin where it occurs. Itching can be a symptom of allergies, immune system related problems, a side effect of certain medications or underlying health conditions. There are different types of itches. They can be commonly identified based on their appearance or the cause. The most common include rash, hives, fungal itches, and insect bites. Itching is also more common in people with dry skin. It has visible effects, such as redness, inflammation, swelling, and eruption of blisters. An itch is not usually an alarming symptom but if present over a long period of time, it can be indicative of certain serious illnesses such as kidney or liver malfunctions. After determining the cause of itching, there are several effective treatment modalities that can be initiated . These include the use of topical ointments or oral medications. Home remedies can provide temporary relief as well.

  1. Types of Itching
  2. Itching Symptoms
  3. Itching Causes and Risk Factors
  4. Prevention of Itching
  5. Diagnosis of Itching
  6. Itching Treatment
  7. Itching Complications and Prognosis
  8. What is itching
  9. Natural remedies for itching
  10. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Itching
  11. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Itching
  12. Medicines for Itching

Types of Itching

There can be different types of itches, depending on their appearance and cause. Since itching is mostly a symptom, it can range from mild to severe. The most common types of itchy skin include:

  • Rash
    A rash appears like a red patch that may be accompanied by swelling and blisters. A rash may also make the skin appear scaly or crusty. The swelling on the skin can cause slight bleeding as well. Most of the times, the rash occurs due to seasonal allergies or friction caused by the rubbing of the skin against a tight cloth. Rashes can take up to 3-4 days to heal completely, and the itching subsides with time. Depending on the severity, the doctor may provide ointments or lotions to soothe the affected area.
     
  • Xerosis
    Xerosis is the medical term for skin that is abnormally dry. Causes include dehydration, extremely dry weather, prolonged exposure to an air-conditioned environment or use of harsh cleansing agents. Itching caused by dry skin is usually treatable by making a few daily lifestyle changes that aim at reviving the moisture content to the skin.
     
  • Hives
    Hives, also known as welts, appear as pink and red-colored bumps that itch. They may erupt suddenly and then fade within a few hours. Most doctors believe that hives are a result of a reaction by the immune system, which may be triggered by allergies, medications, or stress. Occasionally, hives may appear suddenly and take weeks to heal on their own.
     
  • Fungal Itches
    Fungal infections, such as Athlete’s foot, ringworm, and jock itch, can form patchy and scaly layers on the skin, which tend to itch severely. Such infections are highly contagious and make the skin flaky as well as sore. However, these can be treated with the help of antifungal ointments.

Based on the cause, the types of itch include:

  • Pruriceptive Itch
    A pruriceptive itch is triggered by an allergic reaction, skin damage, or dryness. There is swelling in the areas of skin affected. Various skin conditions are associated with this type of itch, including eczema and hives. 
     
  • Neurogenic Itch 
    Neurogenic itches are mostly caused due to liver or kidney diseases.
     
  • Neuropathic Itch
    A neuropathic itch is accompanied by a sensation of numbness and tingling. The main cause of this itch is damage to the nervous system. It may occur after a stroke or a burn injury.
     
  • Psychogenic Itch
    A psychogenic itch is caused due to a reaction of certain hormones in the body. These hormones include serotonin and adrenaline. The hormonal interactions may result in false sensations of itching, which seem real to the person but occur without any real cause.

Itching Symptoms

The sensation of itching is quite common and easily identifiable. It may last for a long time or may subside after some scratching. However, if the cause of itching is related to a health condition, simply scratching the area may not be enough. Itching can be accompanied by:

  • Redness
  • Inflammation
  • Tingling or Burning Sensation
  • Appearance of Bumps
  • Dry Skin
  • Flakes
  • Scaly Texture on the Skin
  • Skin Peeling
  • Blisters

Itching can occur in different areas of the body, such as the arms, scalp, and back, or the genital area.

Itching Causes and Risk Factors

Causes

There can be several causes of itching. The most common ones include:

  • Dry Skin
    Dry skin may lead to itching due to stretching of the skin. This is common in people who do not have an optimum intake of water or tend to use harsh cleansing agents. Dry skin could also be caused due to the harsh weather conditions. An itch caused due to dry skin (xerosis) will be accompanied by slight redness and stretched skin. There are generally no blisters or red areas of skin. 
     
  • Nerve Disorders
    Health conditions that affect the nervous symptoms, such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and shingles can cause itching.
     
  • Allergies
    Allergies to certain chemicals, substances, and environmental agents can lead to itching. Food allergies can also trigger an itch, while contact with skin irritants, which may be present in soaps or air sprays, can lead to itching. Fungal infections can also lead to intense itching.
     
  • Drugs and Medications
    Adverse drug interaction in the body caused due to certain antibiotics, antifungal medicines, and painkillers could cause temporary rashes and itching.
     
  • Pregnancy
    Pregnant women may sometimes experience itching due to hormonal changes and may specifically experience itching in the abdominal area due to the stretching of the skin. If a woman already suffers from skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis, then the itching may worsen during pregnancy.
     
  • Skin Conditions
    Dermatitis, psoriasis, scabies, and lice can cause itching in specific areas of the skin. The itching caused due to such skin conditions may result in blisters and redness.
     
  • Health Conditions
    Underlying health conditions, such as anemia, kidney failure, thyroid problems, certain cancers, and liver diseases, are associated with itching. Itching caused by these diseases tends to involve the entire body.

Risk Factors

People who already have underlying health conditions, such as diabetes mellitus or kidney issues, are more prone to developing itchy skin as a symptom. Skin conditions, such as psoriasis and dermatitis, are also accompanied by itching.

Prevention of Itching

A crucial aspect in the prevention and management of itching is determining the cause of itching.

Itching caused due to allergic reactions can usually be avoided if one is able to identify the allergen and stay away from it. For example, when there can be pollen in the surroundings during the spring season, someone allergic to pollen must try to stay indoors or avoid going to places where an allergic reaction might get triggered. Some other common allergens or irritants include perfumes, soaps, disinfectants, dust, chlorinated water, and sometimes metals present in jewelry. Allergic reactions caused due to respiratory inflammation can be prevented by wearing a protective mask to avoid getting dirt or dust into the nostrils. Allergic reactions caused due to environmental dust and dirt may lead to itching in the eyes.

Since hands are the first area of contact, it is important to make sure you do not touch something that may lead to itchy arms. Some preventive measures are as follows:

  • It is recommended to avoid water that is too hot or too cold. Use water that is lukewarm. Cold water may lead to dryness, and hot water triggers or worsen itching. 
     
  • Avoid using strongly fragrant products for cleansing the body or the hands. These products contain artificial perfumes and harsh chemicals, which can irritate the skin.
     
  • Moisturize your skin regularly. Make it a habit to apply a mild moisturizer generously all over your skin after stepping out of the shower. If your skin tends to become stretchy and itch, then apply a lightweight moisturizer immediately to soothe the area. You can also try using medicated lotions, which will sooth your irritated skin.
     
  • When handling harsh chemicals, such as cleaning detergents, disinfectants, or dyes, make sure you wear protective gloves to avoid coming in direct contact with the chemical.
     
  • If you already suffers from dry skin, avoid taking very long baths.
     
  • It is recommended to use petroleum jelly or other emollients to lock the moisture into the skin. Applying petroleum jelly will also form a protective barrier on top of the skin and prevent direct contact with other skin irritating substances.
     
  • If you suffer from skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis, then after taking a shower, it is recommended that they use patting motions to dry your skin. Vigorous rubbing of the skin must be avoided at all costs as the friction can lead to irritation and skin peeling.
     
  • Avoid exposure to an air-conditioned environment for prolonged periods. This is because it can dry out the skin and lead to itching.
     
  • For allergic reactions and itching triggered by an immune response, the doctor may recommend some oral medications since they can be very effective. Out of all the types of skin itching, the one caused by dry skin is the most preventable. 
     
  • To prevent fungal itching, it is important to ensure that the skin remains clean at all times. Avoid wearing clothes that are still damp and not properly dry. Avoid close contact with people having fungal infections. Refrain from sharing their belongings such as combs, towels, bed sheets, hair ties. 

Diagnosis of Itching

In most cases, the itching disappears by itself within a period of two weeks. However, if the itching it getting more intense or is accompanied by other symptoms, such as bleeding, skin peeling, or excessive inflammation, a visit to the doctor is mandatory. A change in the color of the skin is also a sign that a doctor must be consulted immediately. 

Patch Test
In case the doctor suspects an allergic reaction, which could have caused the itching, you may have to undergo a patch test. The test is performed to simply identify or determine the source of the allergic reaction.

Blood Test
If the doctor suspects the skin itching is being caused by an underlying skin condition then other tests may follow. A blood test can help in determining any internal causes of the itch, such as anemia or cancer.

Ultrasound
An Ultrasound may be carried out by the doctor to verify if the liver, kidney, or thyroid disorders are associated with itching. In some cases, X-rays may also be performed.

Itching Treatment

After determining the cause of itching, the treatments can be as follows:

  • Corticosteroid Creams
    These medicated creams have a soothing and healing effect on the skin. They also prevent dryness and hence help in treating itching skin as well. They usually contain 1% hydrocortisone. A steroid cream must not be used without prescription and consultation with the doctor.
     
  • Calcineurin Inhibitors
    These drugs can be used to treat itching in specific areas.
     
  • Antidepressants
    Antidepressants have an impact on the hormones in the body and hence help in getting rid of itching. 
     
  • Gels
    A simple Aloe vera gel can be recommended as a moisturizer to soothe the irritated skin and heal dry skin as well.
     
  • Antihistamines
    Antihistamine medications (usually meant to be taken orally) are very helpful in curbing allergic reactions. They prevent inflammation and hence prevent itching as well.
     
  • Light Therapy
    Light therapy makes use of UV rays of a well-determined wavelength to get the skin itching under control. It is also known as phototherapy and requires multiple sessions to provide long-term benefits. 
     
  • Treatment of Underlying Health Conditions
    Treatment of health conditions related to the kidneys and liver or the blood sugar level can help in bringing the itching under control. The treatment of the diseases eliminates its symptoms as well.

Lifestyle modification

Some lifestyle changes can prove to be very helpful in managing itchy skin:

  • Avoid agents or substances which lead to itching of the skin.
  • Apply medicated lotions on the irritated area. They are easily available in the pharmacies and these lotions quite helpful in soothing dry and irritated skin.
  • Avoid scratching the affected area. If it is a fungal infection, then itching can damage the skin and may also lead to spread of the infection to the other areas of the skin. Scratching can also transfer germs from the nails to the irritated skin and lead to further inflammation.
  • Reduce stress levels. An increased stress level can trigger the immune system and lead to itching or other allergic responses.

Itching Complications and Prognosis

Prognosis

Itching is a very common health problem and usually subsides on its own. Most of the times it does not indicate any serious underlying cause. The first step that can be taken after experiencing the symptoms is to make sure that the surroundings are clean and that the affected skin is clean. This will ensure that environmental pollution or dust is not irritating the skin anymore.

Hygiene is an extremely important factor when it comes to keeping the itching under control. It can not only prevent fungal infections but help in better treatment as well. Hence, it is extremely important to keep clothes and bed sheets free from fungal spores. 

Sometimes, itching can be caused by mosquito bites and bite from other tiny insects. This can be avoided by the generous use of protective ointments that help in keeping mosquitoes away. 

Complications

There are no serious complications of itching. However, if itching is related to an underlying health condition, it is important to treat the underlying cause. Hence, it is important to get yourself tested if the symptoms do not go away within two weeks. Excessive itching and scratching may lead to broken skin and bleeding making it prone to infections. 

What is itching

Itching, also medically known as pruritus, refers to the uncomfortable sensation, leading to the urge to scratch and rub the affected area of the skin. There can be several causes of itching. However, the most common cause is dry skin. A dry and flaky skin may itch and cause a burning sensation due to the friction caused while itching. Depending upon the cause of the itch, one may experience other effects, such as redness, blisters, rash, and sometimes bleeding (mostly due to excessive and abrasive scratching). In some people, persistent itching may be associated with an underlying health condition, such as skin disease, psoriasis, pregnancy, and very rarely, cancer. It has been noted that people with various health problems such as diabetes, allergies, and asthma, tend to experience more itching. Elderly people are also more prone to developing an itchy skin since the skin tends to lose its natural moisture with progressing age. 

Natural remedies for itching

Some home remedies have also been proven helpful in treating itchy skin.

The safest home remedy is the application of a cold Aloe vera gel. The gel not only soothes the skin but hydrates it as well. Aloe vera gel prevents the skin from getting dry.

Neem oil and tea tree oil can be helpful in getting rid of the itching caused due to fungal infections. These oils have antibacterial and antifungal properties and can hence eliminate the fungal infection. Simply dilute half a teaspoon of these oils with one-fourth cup of water and wash the affected area with it.

It is important to remember that home remedies are not a permanent solution. In case the itching does not subside or worsens over the next couple of days, it is best to consult a doctor. 

Medicines for Itching

Medicines listed below are available for Itching. 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.)
BetaBeta Ointment10.0
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
BetsalicBetsalic 0.05% Lotion52.0
SufrateSufrate Cream50.0
BelarBelar 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetamineBetamine 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betawin SBetawin S 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetawinBetawin Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetnelanBetnelan 0.5 Mg Tablet8.0
BetnesolBetnesol 0.5 Mg Oral Drops13.0
BetsoneBetsone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Decdan BDecdan B 4 Mg Injection4.0
SteminStemin 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
WalacortWalacort 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
A CortA Cort 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
AlerkimAlerkim Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
BanadonBanadon 5 Mg Tablet11.0
BenicortBenicort 0.5 Mg Oral Drops10.0
BetafoamBetafoam 0.1 Mg Tablet101.0
BetalarBetalar 0.5 Mg Drops12.0
Betamethasone 0.5 mg TabletBetamethasone 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BetanijBetanij 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetapenBetapen 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetaronBetaron 0.5 Mg Tablet26.0
Betasone TabletBetasone Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
Betasone Oral DropBetasone Oral Drops18.0
BetawokBetawok 0.5 Mg Injection4.0
BetnecipBetnecip 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetniBetni 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BzonBzon 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CelestoneCelestone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortilCortil 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
Cortil ACortil A 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortomineCortomine Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
Histacort BHistacort B 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
NeobetNeobet Forte Tablet4.0
SolubetSolubet 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
ZobetZobet 0.5 Mg Drops10.0
Zobet ForteZobet Forte 1 Mg Tablet8.0
Alerkim(Kim Lab)Alerkim Injection4.0
Ben InjectionBen Injection6.0
BetacortBetacort Tablet34.0
BetageeBetagee Tablet2.0
BetakenBetaken 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betalar SBetalar S Tablet4.0
CecortCecort 40 Mg Injection62.0
CortibetCortibet Tablet3.0
LupidentLupident Powder53.0
MedilanMedilan Retard Tablet58.0
MilbetaMilbeta 0.1% Drops19.0
SolvinSolvin 30 Mg/4 Mg Tablet42.0
BetagelBetagel 0.05% Gel11.55
BetamethBetameth 0.1% Eye/Ear Drops9.58
BetamilBetamil 0.05% W/W Cream10.84
BetanexBetanex 0.05% W/V/0.05% W/V Cream69.45
BetasalicBetasalic Cream51.73
Betnovate CreamBetnovate 0.1% W/W Cream20.0
BetzeeBetzee 0.05% Cream10.78
Cbzee BCbzee B Cream39.0
DiavobetDiavobet 0.5 Mg Ointment67.0
DipleneDiplene 0.05% Cream81.25
DiprosoneDiprosone Cream10.59
ExevateExevate 0.05% Cream66.36
GrobetGrobet Cream32.37
PropynatePropynate 0.05% Lotion109.0
Propynate EPropynate E 0.05% Lotion82.86
ProvateProvate Lotion40.38
SternonSternon 0.05% Gel54.0
Azonate CreamAzonate 0.05% Cream35.0
DipnateDipnate 0.05% Cream32.56
Diprovate RdDiprovate Rd Cream23.52
EconaseEconase Spray189.61
Propynate E PlusPropynate E Plus Lotion118.31
UrosoneUrosone 10% Cream33.06
AldexAldex 6 Mg Tablet Sr32.13
AlermineAlermine 2 Mg Tablet12.0
AtminicAtminic 2 Mg Tablet10.5
Cortiflam DCortiflam D Tablet10.5
DexcpmDexcpm 6 Mg Tablet Sr34.6
DexodilDexodil 2 Mg Tablet18.0
DiominicDiominic 2 Mg Tablet9.67
DiowinDiowin Tablet15.51
PolostanPolostan 2 Mg Tablet26.18
SynramineSynramine 2 Mg Tablet11.78
FlucinFlucin Cream34.45
FlucortFlucort 0.025% W/W Skin Cream75.0
Flucort HFlucort H 0.1% W/W Cream135.0
FlusilFlusil 0.025% Cream25.0
SebowashSebowash 0.01 % W/V Shampoo159.5
UltidermUltiderm 0.01% Lotion358.0
Omniderm (Embiotic)Omniderm (Embiotic) Cream31.07
SyloneSylone Cream37.0
CofrylCofryl 25 Mg Syrup68.5
DifDif 25 Mg Suspension37.9
ZendrylZendryl 25 Mg Capsule17.25
AldrylAldryl Soft Gelatin Capsule11.12
ClamistClamist 0.5 Mg Syrup67.0
TaregylTaregyl 0.67 Mg Syrup39.0
TavegylTavegyl Children Syrup49.34
AtonideAtonide 0.05% W/W Gel105.0
DesowenDesowen 0.05%W/W Cream139.6
DosetilDosetil 0.05% W/W Cream71.5
Proceroid DProceroid D 0.05% W/W Gel60.0
Caladryl(Piramal)Caladryl Lotion56.45
MeladrylMeladryl 1% W/V Lotion45.0
CrotoraxCrotorax 10% W/W Cream41.2
Flucort ForteFlucort Forte 0.025% W/V Lotion96.0
FruzoFruzo Lotion259.0
DesoftDesoft Lotion105.0
Alocet XlAlocet Xl 2.5 Mg/30 Mg Syrup39.0
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
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
Amprabec NAmprabec N Cream55.5
Betnovate N CreamBetnovate N Cream22.85
Diprovate N PlusDiprovate N Plus Cream95.0
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
AsmgloAsmglo Cream128.0
ClearwayClearway Cream165.0
Melapik PlusMelapik Plus Cream165.0
CombiliteCombilite Cream171.42
GlomelaGlomela Cream175.0
Lumacip PlusLumacip Plus Cream223.5
LumagloLumaglo Cream218.5
Lumaglo ForteLumaglo Forte Cream185.0
TriglowTriglow Cream257.0
Ub FairUb Fair Fair Cream189.0
Bactoderm NBactoderm N 0.12%W/W/0.5%W/W/01%W/W Cream18.11
Benicort NBenicort N 0.5%/0.1% Drops9.18
Betal NBetal N Drops10.0
Betamethasone + Neomycin CreamBetamethasone Valerate 0.1 % w/w + Neomycin Sulfate 0.5 % w/w Cream14.85
Betamil NBetamil N 0.05%/0.5% Cream13.8
Betasone NBetasone N 0.5%/0.1% Drops17.6
EphytolEphytol Lotion44.88
Anglomet NAnglomet N Cream7.27
Betabiotic LBetabiotic L Drops28.5
Milbeta NMilbeta N 0.35%/0.1% Drops15.77
Solubin NSolubin N Drops19.41
Zobet NZobet N Cream22.87
Betaderm GBetaderm G Cream112.0
Betagel GBetagel G 0.05%/0.1% Cream11.6
Cortiderm GCortiderm G Cream 0.05%/1%20.31
DipgentaDipgenta 0.5 Mg/1 Mg Cream93.0
Propygenta EPropygenta E Cream80.72
Azonate GAzonate G 0.05% W/W/0.10% W/W Cream37.0
Beacon GBeacon G Ointment50.0
BetagenBetagen Cream32.81
Sternon GSternon G Gel63.0
Betaderm PlusBetaderm Plus Lotion79.03
BetalicBetalic 0.64 Mg/30 Mg Cream74.88
Betamethasone 0.05% W/W + Salicylic Acid 3% W/W CreamBetamethasone 0.05% W/W + Salicylic Acid 3% W/W Cream17.87
Betasalic OintmentBetasalic 0.05% W/V/3% W/V Ointment45.0
Betasalic EsBetasalic Es Cream60.0
CortisalCortisal Ointment31.88
DipsalicDipsalic 0.064%/2% Ointment138.0
Heal ItHeal It 0.05%/6% Cream29.91
Prosalic 6Prosalic 6 Ointment55.0
Salisone Mf OintmentSalisone Mf Ointment65.0
Salisone NU OintmentSalisone Nu Ointment60.0
SyncareSyncare Cream48.0
BetasalBetasal Lotion102.86
Bet Salic 3Bet Salic 3 Ointment53.8
Bet Salic 6Bet Salic 6 Ointment52.0
GlysalicGlysalic Ointment76.92
SalivateSalivate Ointment34.0
Betamil MBetamil M 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream15.2
Betnovate MBetnovate M Cream20.5
Diprovate PlusDiprovate Plus Cream62.1
Betasalic 6Betasalic 6 0.05%/6% Ointment76.0
Betasalic MfBetasalic Mf Ointment11.07
Betasalic S (Alive)Betasalic S Ointment60.0
SalibetSalibet Cream48.45
SalisoneSalisone Lotion (Betamethasone 0.025% w/w + Salicylic Acid 3% w/w)40.87
Betnovate SBetnovate S Ointment20.7
Betsalic SBetsalic S 0.064% W/W/2% W/W Lotion55.0
Propysalic EPropysalic E Ointment114.95
Betnederm GmBetnederm Gm 0.12%/0.1% Ointment27.06
BgBg 0.064%/0.1% Cream20.16
Exevate GExevate G 0.05%/0.1% Cream38.36
Gencin BGencin B Drops12.6
GentopicGentopic 0.64 Mg/1 Mg Cream11.68
PropygentaPropygenta Cream93.33
Tolnacomb (Surmuont)Tolnacomb Cream32.0
Dipnate GmDipnate Gm Cream38.36
Dipnate GDipnate G Ointment32.31
GarticGartic Ear Drops27.06
GentaleneGentalene 0.05%/0.1% Cream33.1
Genticyn BGenticyn B Eye Drops9.98
Gentosa BGentosa B Eye/Ear Drops15.9
MedidermMediderm Cream8.37
Betnovate GmBetnovate Gm Cream23.35
PropydermPropyderm Cream80.16
Betamil GmBetamil Gm Cream16.4
Biocip FcBiocip Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream14.43
Citoz FcCitoz Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream12.5
Quintega CfQuintega Cf Cream36.9
NciprogullfcNciprogullfc Cream32.0
Canflo BnCanflo Bn 1%/0.05%/0.5% Cream43.86
Crota NCrota N Cream34.0
Sigmaderm NSigmaderm N 0.025%/1%/0.5% Cream57.2
Tolnacomb RfTolnacomb Rf Cream29.96
Xeva NcXeva Nc Tablet29.0
ZotadermZotaderm Cream27.62
Cans 3Cans 3 Capsule72.0
DermowenDermowen Cream29.45
ExoticExotic Drops29.75
Provate GcProvate Gc Cream40.0
Quadriderm AfQuadriderm Af 0.64 Mg/10 Mg/1 Mg Ointment43.31
XtradermXtraderm Cream44.18
KezidermKeziderm Cream20.18
Olprovate GcOlprovate Gc Ointment13.83
OmnidermOmniderm Cream37.94
CapexCapex 500 Mg/25 Mg Tablet27.77
Osmocold TabletOsmocold Tablet33.65
Zyncet ColdZyncet Cold 5 Mg/500 Mg Tablet56.5
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
Cipromac Fc (Torque)Cipromac Fc Ointment27.0
Ciprolar FcCiprolar Fc Cream14.5
Cofstop ZCofstop Z Syrup65.8
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
Crotorax HcCrotorax Hc Cream43.4
DermolamDermolam Cream45.9
Zole F(Sun Pharma)Zole F 0.01% W/W/2% W/W Ointment62.5
Mycozole FMycozole F Cream10.11
Zole F(Ranbaxy)Zole F 0.01% W/V/2% W/V Lotion42.0
Diprovate Plus GDiprovate Plus G Cream65.4
Betzee GBetzee G Cream11.6
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
Floxol BFloxol B Eye Drops41.01
Omeflox BmOmeflox Bm 0.1%W/W/0.3%W/W Eye Ointment19.0
B FaxB Fax Eye Drops35.27
Fluderm GFluderm G 0.025%W/W/0.1%W/W Cream57.0
FlugetFluget 0.025%W/W/0.1%W/W Cream51.0
Fourderm AfFourderm Af Cream100.0
FucibetFucibet 1 Mg/20 Mg Cream50.6
Fusigen BFusigen B 0.1%/0.2% Ointment56.42
Futop BFutop B 0.1%/2% Cream35.5
Fusiderm BFusiderm B 1.2 Mg/20 Mg Cream35.08
Fusitop BFusitop B Cream62.27
Heximar BHeximar B 0.05% W/W/0.005% W/W Ointment411.0
Psoriex PlusPsoriex Plus Ointment903.41
Sorfil SSorfil S Ointment935.0
Recool PlusRecool Plus Eye Drop90.0
Zoline GoldZoline Gold Eye Drop0.0
Lacsoft CLacsoft C 0.05%/12% Gel179.0
Mela 3Mela 3 Cream158.05
Advan ThfAdvan Thf Cream196.0
Hyclean TfHyclean Tf Cream185.0
LitetoneLitetone Cream162.65
MelafectMelafect Cream99.0
XtraliteXtralite Ointment162.0
Micona FMicona F Cream40.83
Flucreme NmFlucreme Nm Ointment54.0
Mupirax BMupirax B 0.05%/2% Ointment74.8
Stemin MuStemin Mu Ointment72.8
I KulI Kul Eye Drop44.0
Relax PlusRelax Plus Eye Drop79.0
NutrolNutrol Syrup28.67
SneecureSneecure Tablet9.62
Occumox BmOccumox Bm Eye Drop26.92
PropyzolePropyzole Cream109.52
Propyzole EPropyzole E Cream96.18
Toprap CToprap C Cream36.88
Canflo BCanflo B Cream34.62
Rusidid BRusidid B 1%/0.025% Cream49.0
Azonate GcAzonate Gc Cream26.5
B N C (Omega)B N C Burn Care Cream35.86
Gentalene CGentalene C Cream45.0
Quick Action (Kopran Ltd)Quick Action Tablet15.91
Rekof CcRekof Cc Tablet0.0
RhinoRhino Tablet38.65
TalicoldTalicold Tablet21.25
Saliderm F 0.025%/6%/3% OintmentSaliderm F 0.025%/6%/3% Ointment51.0
SensitusSensitus 300 Mg/60 Mg/24 Mg Syrup49.0
Ascodex PlusAscodex Plus Syrup43.52
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
Surfaz SnSurfaz Sn + Cream60.14
Neo CeodermNeo Ceoderm Ointment8.43
QurefastQurefast Ointment57.75
BrexBrex Expectorant120.0
Zirlon PlusZirlon Plus Syrup42.6
FlucocideFlucocide Syrup38.0
Kuftive JuniorKuftive Junior Syrup60.0
Zoline PlusZoline Plus Eye Drop72.0
Solubin CSolubin C Drop13.75
PodowartPodowart Paint141.0
Cofton SyrupCofton Syrup

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