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Can I drive after taking carbinoxamine/pseudoephedrine?

This medication is not available in the United States; however, it may be available elsewhere. Carbinoxamine/pseudoephedrine can cause side effects such as dizziness, blurred vision and drowsiness, which can make driving dangerous. If you're taking this drug, use extreme caution when driving or operating machinery. Drinking alcoholic beverages can increase these side effects, so it is advisable to avoid alcohol completely if you will be driving.

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