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  1. Jennifer
    May 23, 2017

    My boyfriend said he took Nyquil at 6 am today because he couldn’t sleep last night (he was very sick). When will he wake up for good/when can I drag him out of bed? In other words, when will it be out of his system?

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    • liveadmin
      May 23, 2017

      Nyquil usualy last for 8 to 12 hours taking at bedtime the drowsyness should disapear with in the morning nyquil with the chemicals that make you fall asleep are for night time cold medicine just like dayquil is for the day is daytime cold medicine.

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  2. Dinto
    May 23, 2017

    8 hours it should say on the bottle. but to be safe for driving wait 12 hours for most.

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  3. Nirmal
    May 23, 2017

    Can I take nyquil after its expiration date?

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    • liveadmin
      May 23, 2017

      It’s probably not a good idea. Once the expiry date has passed a manufacturer can no longer guarantee its safety or efficacy.It’s probably not a good idea. Once the expiry date has passed a manufacturer can no longer guarantee its safety or efficacy.

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  4. Catherine Akortia
    May 23, 2017

    I can get any relief from this cold… just wanted to know if there is any harm in taking Sudafed around 7:00 pm and then taking NYQuil around 11:00P.M.?

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    • liveadmin
      May 23, 2017

      You are possibly over dosing a little on pseudoephedrine especially if you are taking the long acting Sudafed (120mg).
      If you are taking 60mg Sudafed then its probably OK to take the Nyquil at 11pm.

      Taking too much pseudoephedrine could make it difficult for you to sleep.
      What about trying a decongestant nasal spray – they are very effective at relieving nasal congestion and would be safe to take with the Nyquil.
      Have a chat with your pharmacist

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  5. Surya Prakash
    May 23, 2017

    Informative one! Thanks Livealittlelonger

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  6. Prajo
    May 23, 2017

    Goooood!!!!!

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