Narcof Coupon and Discount

Our Narcof coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Narcof is a prescription drug that treats coughs. The original cash price of Narcof is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Narcof coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Narcof.
Narcof Overview
Drug Name: Narcof
Generic Name(s): Guaifenesin ,hydrocodone
Drug Class: Expectorants
Treats: Coughs

Narcof is a narcotic cough suppressant that is used to loosen the congestion in your chest and throat. A patient who has a cold or flu may experience a hard time coughing through their mouth because of chest congestion. Narcof enhances the expulsion of mucus and other materials by air passages of the lungs, which helps the patient to cough through the mouth.

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    Narcof Coupon
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  • Narcof Uses

    Narcof is an expectorant, which makes the mucus thin and lubricates the respiratory tract to expel the mucus easily. When you cough, it makes you lungs become clear, especially to people who smoke or have asthma. Narcof only treats the cough, but not the cause. Narcof can also be used for other purposes not listed above.

    • Cough
  • Narcof Dosage

    Take Narcof as directed by your doctor, do not increase, decrease or take if for longer than recommended. Narcof if a habit forming drug and should not be shared with other or used for other purposes not prescribed by the doctor. You can take Narcof with or without food. Use the special spoon to measure the dosage so as to get the correct dose. Adult:

    • extended-release tablet (1200 mg-20 mg) every 12 hours or
    • 1 or 2 capsule(s) (300 mg-5 mg) every 8 hours or
    • 5 mL syrup (100 mg-3.5 mg/5 mL) every 4 after meals.

    Children (2 -6 year):

    • 2.5 mL syrup (90 mg-3 mg/5 mL) every 4 to 6 hours or
    • 2.5 mL liquid (150 mg-5 mg/5 mL) every 6 hours or
    • 1.25 mL liquid (100 mg-4 mg/5 mL) orally 4 to 6 hours

    Children (6-12 years)

    • 2.5 mL to 5 mL syrup (100 mg-5 mg/5 mL) 4 times a day or
    • One capsule (300 mg-5 mg) every 8 hours or
    • 1/2 extended-release tablet (1000 mg-10 mg) every 12 hours

    Children(Above 12 years)

    • 10 ml liquid (150 mg-5 mg/5 mL) every 6 hours or
    • 5 mL syrup (300 mg-3.5 mg/5 mL) every 4 to 6 hours or
    • 1 extended release tablet (1200 mg-20 mg) every 12 hours
  • Narcof Side Effects

    Do not take Narcof if you are allergic to it or its ingredient. Narcof may cause dizziness and drowsiness, and you are advised not to drive or operate heavy machine while under medication. Other common side effects you may have are: nausea, vomiting, upset stomach. Consuming alcohol may increase the severity of the side effects. Tell your doctor if you have these side effects of Narcof:

    • Slow heart rate
    • Shallow breathing
    • Feeling like you might pass out
    • Confusion
    • Fear
    • Unusual thoughts or behavior
    • Seizure (convulsions)
    • Urinating less or not at all
    • Blurred vision
    • Sweating too much
  • Narcof Interactions

    Other drugs may interact with Narcof and affect how it works or increase the severity of the side effects. Tell your doctor about any other drug that you are currently using whether prescribed by a doctor or not. Tell your doctor if you have conditions such as: liver or kidney disease, asthma, urination problems, enlarged prostate, a thyroid disorder, seizures or epilepsy, gallbladder disease, or a head injury. This list does not contain all drugs and substances that may interact with Narcof: