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Mucinex isn't typically all that useful for nasal discharge, unfortunately.
I don't know which "allergy pills" were used, but antihistamines sometimes can help dry out nasal secretions, specifically Chlorpheniramine Maleate
which is available as a generic over the counter.
2mg, every 12 hours, is the usual amount for a small-breed dog.
generic - what is it called?
that IS the generic name.
i see, never heard of it, does it make them tired?
mild drowsiness could be expected -- in my experience, it's minimal.
what is the non-generic name of it?
and if that doesn't work - anyother sugestions?
realistically, more tests are needed -- not more medicines.
Rhinoscopy or CT scan or MRI
to look for polyps or other abnormalities in the nasal cavity.
i see -
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