Walgreens Wal-Phed PE Sinus & Allergy Tablets
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  • Walgreens brand medicine has been some of the best I've tried in the last eight years since moving to Michigan and experiencing my own allergy problems for the first time in my life, and I was pretty sure I could count on some sort of medication from them to help my husband with his symptoms
  • Sure enough, I found Walgreens Wal-Phed PE Sinus & Allergy Tablets for $5 which was pretty typical, and came with 24 tablets
  • I didn't experience any drowsiness myself, but I have a much higher tolerance for these kinds of over-the-counter medications that my husband does


    • by Anasuya
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      Just about two weeks ago, my husband was laying on the couch looking absolutely miserable, and I had a feeling something was wrong. When I asked him, he answered me with this awful congested voice telling me that his sinuses were acting up. I couldn’t exactly pinpoint it to allergies because he’d honestly never experienced a moment of allergy symptoms in his entire life, so wondered if it wasn’t just a simple sinus infection, perhaps caused from the onset of a cold. Since I didn’t really know what was causing the sinus congestion, I wanted to get him some medicine that would work no matter if it was a

      cold or allergies or anything else. Walgreens brand medicine has been some of the best I’ve tried in the last eight years since moving to Michigan and experiencing my own allergy problems for the first time in my life, and I was pretty sure I could count on some sort of medication from them to help my husband with his symptoms. Sure enough, I found Walgreens Wal-Phed PE Sinus & Allergy Tablets for $5 which was pretty typical, and came with 24 tablets. He can take a motrin and fall asleep from it, so I knew he’d only need to take one of these tablets at a time to ...

      • get the benefits of it.

        And sure enough, he took one tablet (and you can take these every four to six hours), and he said that within ten minutes, he was feeling drowsy, but moderately better, and within the half hour, he was actually laying down to take a nap. Since he was already miserable anyway, I figured better to be sleeping and not miserable than to be awake and miserable. Though I suppose awake and not miserable would’ve been preferable to both of those. He woke up an hour later feeling MUCH better, and so long as he kept taking them every five hours (and then taking another

        nap), he felt great.

        I since used them for my own allergies, and not a cold, and found some relief from some of my symptoms, but it wasn’t quite as beneficial for me as if I had been taking something more directly used for allergies, but it did help alleviate some of the sinus congestion I’m almost always experiencing, and my itchy nose was gone after a half an hour or so. I didn’t experience any drowsiness myself, but I have a much higher tolerance for these kinds of over-the-counter medications that my husband does. Ultimately, it was a great product for him, and he loved it, but only partially helpful for me.




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