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Frequently Asked Questions
What is benzonatate and how does it work?
Benzonatate is a non-narcotic cough medicine that numbs the throat and lungs, to dull the cough reflex.
What are the uses for benzonatate?
Benzonatate is used for to treat persistent coughs caused by colds or breathing problems, such as pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, and emphysema. Benzonatate is sold under the brand name Tessalon.
How do you use benzonatate?
Benzonatate is taken orally, with or without food, 3 times a day as needed or as prescribed by your doctor. Do not chew, suck, or dissolve the pills in your mouth: always swallow it whole to avoid numbing your mouth and throat, which can cause you to choke or experience serious side effects.
What are the side effects and risks of benzonatate?
Common side effects of benzonatate include:
- Dizziness or headache
- Nausea, upset stomach, constipation
- Stuffy nose
If you experience any serious side effects, such as mental/mood changes, loss of feeling in your chest, burning in your eyes, talk to your doctor immediately. Overdoses can be fatal, so always take your prescribed dose and no more.
Who should not take benzonatate?
Speak with your doctor if you are pregnant and need benzonatate, as it does carry some risk to the fetus. Do not take benzonatate if you are allergic to it or any of its ingredients.
If you have any questions about the medication, you can speak to a doctor on Maple by registering for an account.
Does benzonatate expire?
Benzonatate does expire. Its expiry date can be found on the pharmacy’s label, or near the lot number on the prescription bottle. In the case that there’s no expiry date listed, it’s considered expired one year from the date of dispensing. If your benzonatate prescription has expired, don’t take it because it could be dangerous. Instead, take the unused prescription to any medication take-back program, and talk to your doctor about getting a new prescription or refill, if you believe you still need it.